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CAS No 109-73-9 , butan-1-amine

  • Name: butan-1-amine
  • Synonyms: Norvalamine; Mono-n-butylamine; Monobutylamine; 1-Butanamine;butan-1-amine; N-BUTYLAMINE; 1-Aminobutane;Butylamine; butan-1-amine; N-Butylamin;
  • CAS Registry Number:
  • Transport: UN 1125
  • Melting Point: -49 ºC
  • Flash Point: -7 ºC
  • Boiling Point: 78 ºC
  • Density: 0.741
  • Refractive index: 1.4-1.402
  • Water Solubility: MISCIBLE
  • Safety Statements: R11;R20/21/22;R35
  • Hazard Symbols: C: Corrosive;F: Flammable;
  • HS Code: 29211980
  • Flash Point: -7 ºC
  • EINECS: 203-699-2
  • Molecular Weight: 73.13684
  • InchiKey: HQABUPZFAYXKJW-UHFFFAOYSA-N
  • InChI: InChI=1S/C4H11N/c1-2-3-4-5/h2-5H2,1H3
  • Risk Statements: S16;S26;S29;S3;S36/37/39;S45
  • Molecular Formula: C4H11N
  • Molecular Structure:CAS No:109-73-9 butan-1-amine
References of butan-1-amine
Title: n-Butylamine
CAS Registry Number: 109-73-9
CAS Name: 1-Butanamine
Synonyms: 1-aminobutane
Molecular Formula: C4H11N
Molecular Weight: 73.14
Percent Composition: C 65.69%, H 15.16%, N 19.15%
Line Formula: CH3CH2CH2CH2NH2
Literature References: Prepn by reduction of butyraldoxime: Lycan et al., Org. Synth. coll. vol. II, 319 (1943). Usually manuf by catalytic alkylation of ammonia with butyl alcohol: Davies et al., US 2609394 (1952 to I.C.I.); Hindley, Fisher, US 2782237 (1957 to British Celanese); Lemon, Myerly, US 3022349 (1962 to Union Carbide); Shirley, Speranza, US 3128311 (1964 to Jefferson Chem.). Manuf from butyraldehyde and ammonia in the presence of Raney nickel: Brimer et al., US 2518659 (1950 to Eastman Kodak). Toxicity study: C. H. Hine et al., Arch. Environ. Health 1, 343 (1960).
Properties: Liquid, ammoniacal odor, bp 78°. mp -50°. d425 0.7327. nD20 1.4010. Flash pt, open cup: 30°F (-1°C). Misc with water, alcohol, ether. LD50 orally in rats: 500 mg/kg (Hine).
Melting point: mp -50°
Boiling point: bp 78°
Flash point: Flash pt, open cup: 30°F (-1°C)
Index of refraction: nD20 1.4010
Density: d425 0.7327
Toxicity data: LD50 orally in rats: 500 mg/kg (Hine)
CAUTION: Potential symptoms of overexposure are irritation of eyes, skin, nose and throat; headache; skin flushing and burns. See NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards (DHHS/NIOSH 97-140, 1997) p 40.
Use: Intermediate for pharmaceuticals, dyestuffs, rubber chemicals, emulsifying agents, insecticides, synthetic tanning agents.