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methylamine

/meth·yl·amine/ (meth´il-ah-mēn″) a flammable, explosive gas used in tanning and organic synthesis and produced naturally in some decaying fish, certain plants, and crude methanol; it is irritating to the eyes.
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Ammonium chloride and formaldehyde/paraformaldehyde are precursor chemicals used in Mexico to manufacture methylamine.
Methylamine, putrescine and cadaverine were only detected in exclusively SM and 7:3 ratios.
A diet based on high percentages of grain increases in number concentration of methylamine in rumen 2; when passing from the rumen to circulation it may cause damage in blood vessels in the hoof of cow through free radicals such as formaldehyde, hydrogen peroxide, and ammonia via amino oxidase sensitive to semi-carbazide 55.
Shields also proposed that the images of barrels filled with the chemical methylamine in "Breaking Bad'' are evocative of trash cans in "Endgame.
Some other stains like 1% phosphotungstic acid solution and 1% methylamine vanadate can also be used [52].
Mastras' "Dead Freight" revolved around the brazen theft of a tanker full of methylamine from a train stopped in its tracks.
Martinez, Theoretical study to evaluate polyfuran electrical conductivity and methylamine, methoxy substituent effects, J.
Materials research in-vitro: DMSO, Hemin, Tris Buffer, Artemisinin, Artesunat, artemether, HCl, Tris hidroksimetil methylamine, aquades.
This study investigates the reaction between quinones such as p-benzoquinone, chloro-p-benzoquinone and methyl-p-benzoquinone and N-containing nucleophiles such as ammonia, methylamine and ethylamine.
Samples unexposed to metals (control) were stained with methylamine tungstate (2%) for 1 min so that the cells can easily be observed under microscope.
2]NH with F atom abstraction from methylamine, Lovas and Pearson employed pyrolysis of methylamine and [.
Mexican fruit fly attractants: effects of 1-pyrroline and other amines on attractiveness of a mixture of ammonia, methylamine, and putrescine.