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Benzylamine, also referred to as benzylamine, α-aminotoluene, moringaine, and so on, is a natural compound. It has the condensed architectural formula C6H5CH2NH2 (often abbreviated as PhCH2NH2 or BnNH2), as well as is normally an anemic fluid. This colorless liquid is a common forerunner in organic synthesis and is used in the industrial production of numerous medicines.
It generates smoke in the air, and when it is left airborne, white crystals are precipitated. Miscible with water, ethanol, ether, soluble in acetone and also benzene. At 25 ° C, benzylamine reacts alkaline. It can take in carbon dioxide, respond with halogenated hydrocarbons to generate N-substituted benzylamine, respond with acid chloride, acid anhydride or ester to create N-benzyl amide, and react with aldehydes and also ketones to create N-benzyl imine.
Mostly used as a precipitant for the resolution of molybdate, barium, tungstate, thorium, zirconium, cerium, lanthanum, praseodymium and also neodymium in natural synthesis and also microcrystalline analysis.