CompoundsOrganic Compounds2-Amino-4-phenylbutane CAS 22374-89-6

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Molecular Formula: C10H15N
Molecular Weight: 149.24
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2-Amino-4-phenylbutazone CAS 22374-89-6 Product Information

Product Name: 2-Amino-4-phenylbutane
Synonyms: .alpha.-Methyl-.gamma.-phenyl-n-propylamine;.alpha.-methyl-.gamma.-phenyl-Propylamine;(+/-)-AMPHETAMINE;DL-AMPHETAMINE;AURORA KA-7110;α-Methylbenzenepropylamine;2-Amino-4-phenylbutane, 98+%;(n)-3-amino-1-phenylbutane
CAS NO: 22374-89-6
Molecular Weight: 149.24
Molecular Formula: C10H15N
Boiling Point: 228-232 °C (lit.)
Melting point:  -50°C
Density:  0.922 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)
Appearance: clear colorless liquid
Purity: >98%
Solubility: soluble in Chloroform, Ethyl Acetate
Storage: −20°C

2-amino-4-phenylbutane effects/2-amino-4-phenylbutane uses

2-amino-4-phenylbutane, also known as 4-phenyl-2-aminobutane or para-methylphenethylamine, has various applications and uses. Here are some of its common uses:

  1. Chemical Intermediate: 2-amino-4-phenylbutane serves as a chemical intermediate in the synthesis of other compounds. It can be used as a building block or starting material for the production of pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and other organic compounds.
  2. Research and Development: This compound is frequently employed in research and development studies. It is utilized in scientific investigations to understand its properties, effects, and potential applications in various fields.
  3. Pharmaceutical Industry: 2-amino-4-phenylbutane has shown potential in the pharmaceutical industry. It may possess biological activity and could be explored for its pharmacological properties, such as its effects on the central nervous system or potential therapeutic applications.
  4. Organic Synthesis: Due to its structural properties, 2-amino-4-phenylbutane can be used in organic synthesis to create new compounds with desired properties or functionalities. It can undergo various chemical reactions and transformations to yield different products.
  5. Chemical Research and Testing: 2-amino-4-phenylbutane is employed in chemical research and testing laboratories. It may be used as a reference compound or standard for analytical methods, quality control, or identification purposes.

2-amino-4-phenylbutane wiki

2-Phenyl-3-aminobutane (also known as β-methylamphetamine) is a stimulant of the phenethylamine class that is closely related to its α-methyl analog Pentorex. It was first synthesized by the German scientists Felix Haffner and Fritz Sommer in 1939 as a stimulant with milder effects, shorter duration, lower toxicity and fewer side effects compared to previously known drugs such as amphetamine.

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Melting Point

12-15 °C

Boiling point 

228-232 °C (lit.)


0.922 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)


Colorless, White


Large crystal

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