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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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4] concentration observed in high proportion of SM which was also detected with high concentration of methylamine.
Aglan, HA, "Effect of Different Polymers on the Efficiency of Methylamine Adduct as Corrosion Inhibitors for Surface Coatings.
2005) Effect of oral creatine supplementation on urinary methylamine, formaldehyde, and formate.
Alkylation of DNA by the nitrogen mustard bis(2-chloroethyl) methylamine.
157) The Bhopal process reacted -naphthol and methylamine to
In addition to the methods involving ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and phenyl-2-propanone (which itself can be synthesized in a variety of ways), methamphetamine can be made, for example, with methylamine and the amino acid phenylalanine.
The latter unit will be producing EG, ethanolamine, methylamine and derivatives, and ethoxilates.
Subsequent treatment with ozone yielded 3,5-seco-4-nor-5-cholestanon-3-oic acid, which was converted to 4-methyl-4-aza-5-cholesten-3-one, an enamine lactam, by reaction under heat and pressure with methylamine.
The report contains an in-depth analysis of the European Union market for methylamine, di- or trimethylamine and their salts, covering EU total and local markets.
The chemicals included methylamine hydrochloride and monomethylamine, both of which are utilized in the manufacture of methamphetamine.
Substrates such as acetate, methanol, and methylamine are utilized by most bacteria to generate methane from carbon dioxide and hydrogen (Miller et al.