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What are amines?

The easiest way to think of amines is as near relatives of ammonia, NH3.

In amines, the hydrogen atoms in the ammonia have been replaced one at a time by hydrocarbon groups. On this page, we are only looking at cases where the hydrocarbon groups are simple alkyl groups.

methylamine                     dimethylamine

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