butylamine


aminobutane; 1-aminobutane; 1-butanamine; butan-1-amine; butylamine; n-butylamine; 1-butylamine; n-monobutylamine
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CAS:[109-73-9]
Formula:C4H11N; 73.14 g/mol
InChiKey:HQABUPZFAYXKJW-UHFFFAOYSA-N
SMILES:CCCCN
Molecular structure of butylamine
Use:corrosion inhibitors; dyes; emulsifying agents; flotation agents; insecticides; rubber chemicals; speciality soap; textile desizing agent
Odor:fishy, ammonia-like
Density:0.737 g/mL
Molar volume:99.2 mL/mol
Refractive index:1.405
Molecular refractive power:24.32 mL/mol
Dielectric constant:4.92
Dipole moment:1.00 D
Melting point:-49 °C
Boiling point:77 °C
Vapour pressure:11 Torr
Surface tension:24.03 dyn/cm
Critical temperature:251 °C
Critical pressure:4.2 atm
Solubility in water:100 % w/w
Solubility of water:100 % w/w
Log10 partition octanol / water:0.97
Dimroth ET:37.6
Hildebrant solubility parameter (δ):8.9

Isomers

(R)-(-)-2-aminobutane
Molecular structure of (R)-(-)-2-aminobutane
(S)-(+)-2-aminobutane
Molecular structure of (S)-(+)-2-aminobutane
2-aminobutane
Molecular structure of 2-aminobutane
butylamine
Molecular structure of butylamine
diethylamine
Molecular structure of diethylamine
N,N-dimethylethylamine
Molecular structure of N,N-dimethylethylamine
N-isopropylmethylamine
Molecular structure of N-isopropylmethylamine
2-methyl-2-propanamine
Molecular structure of 2-methyl-2-propanamine
N-methylpropylamine
Molecular structure of N-methylpropylamine
2-methylpropylamine
Molecular structure of 2-methylpropylamine