4-(N-Methyl-N-propenylamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanol Preparation Kit

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Catalog number: M325938

Full name: 4-(N-Methyl-N-propenylamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanol Preparation Kit

Size: 1 Kit

Supplier:  trca

Price: 3675.00

Chemical available in other sizes : Please inquire size and price

Stock availability : In Stock

Cas number : 870193-42-3

Chemical's molecular weight : 220.31

Chemical's main applications : For inclusion of NNAL into a polymer matrix. Kit Contents:Vial 1: 0.5g 4-(N-Methyl)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanol Vial 2: 0.5g Propionaldehyde Vial 3: 3g dried molecular sieves. (This experiment should be conducted by a trained chemist) Directions: In an efficient fume hood, add the contents of Vial 2 (anhydrous Toluene can be used to ensure complete transfer of the liquid) and Vial 3 to Vial 1. Dilute with 15mL of anhydrous Toluene and reseal tightly. Shake or stir at 50-60°C in the hood for 3 hours. After cooling the mixture is ready for use as is or after filtration to remove sieves. Gives approximately 100-200mg of final product if done correctly.

Chemical's category : Heterocycles, Nicotine Derivatives

Other name : α-[3-(Methyl-1-propen-1-ylamino)propyl]-3-pyridinemethanol; α-[3-(Methyl-1-propenylamino)propyl]-3-pyridinemethanol;

Chemical's formula : C13H20N2O

Physical properties : White Foam

Melting temperature : No Data Available

Boiling temperature : No Data Available

Chemical's soluble in : No Data Available

Stability conditions : No Data Available

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Description : A methyl group is an alkyl derived from methane, containing one carbon atom bonded to three hydrogen atoms — CH3. In formulas, the group is often abbreviated Me. Such hydrocarbon groups occur in many organic compounds. It is a very stable group in most molecules. While the methyl group is usually part of a larger molecule, it can be found on its own in any of three forms anion, cation or radical. The anion has eight valence electrons, the radical seven and the cation six. All three forms are highly reactive and rarely observed,