1,3 dimethyl amylamine
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1,3 Dimethylamylamine is an organic compound, a monoamine. It influences a person same as caffeine. According to the conclusion, WHO is a stimulant that can increase mood.
Synonyms: DMAA1, geranamine, 3-dimethylpentylamine HCl, methylhexanamine, 2-hexanamine-4-methyl, 1,3-dimethylpentylamine, geranium extract, 2-amino-4-methylhexane
Formula of the substance: C7H17N
Molar mass: 115.2 g / mol
CAS Number: 105-41-9
Even though processed DMAA is used as sports nutrition, however, during the work process using pure dimethylamine you should not forget about the existence of mandatory safety measures, they should be adhered upon direct contact with any chemical compounds. You must wear protective clothing: special clothing and equipment that protects your respiratory system, for example, a respirator with filter or at least quality respirator. Any works with dimethylamine are recommended only in rooms with acceptable ventilation.
Dimethylamine must be stored in special rooms far from any light sources (lamps, sunlight, infrared lighting) and fire in metal containers. The storage space, where 1,3 dimethyl amylamine is kept, must have good ventilation system and meet the usual standards for the chemical storage (especially the fire ones).
The use of dimethylamine
DMAA is the starting material for the production of various drugs and many nutritional supplements.
1,3-dimethylamylamine is a geranium extract (Pelargonium graveolens) and it looks like a milky non-uniform powder. The compound is a part of monoamines and has the chemical formula C7H17N. The preparation of 1,3-dimethylamylamine requires a relatively complex chain reaction, involving synthesis of 3-heptanone by dehydrogenation of 3-heptanol by catalysis followed by 3-heptanone chloride hydroxylamine.The finished oxime is reduced by sodium in ethanol solution.