- Heptylamine is a
colorless liquid and Air sensitive.
- Based on their
chemical and spectral properties, the proposed structure of phascoline
is N-(3- guanidinopropionyl)-2-hydroxy-n-heptylamine, and that of
phascolosomine is N-(3-guanidinoisobutyryl)-2-methyoxy-nheptylamine.
- Biogenic amines (heptylamine,
putrescine, cadaverine, histamine, tyramine, and spermidine) can lead to
scombroid food poisoning if levels become too high.
- All standard amine
mixtures were prepared using HPLC grade water (Burdick & Jackson,
Muskegon, MI) and a Nalgene chemical-resistant propylene 50 mL
- The propyl
chloroformate derivatization method employed for the biogenic amines
heptylamine, putrescine, cadaverine, histamine, tyramine, and spermidine,
was successful for trace level quantitation.
- Heptylamine can be
prepared in satisfactory yields from a large number of aliphatic ketones
with only a slight modification of the experimental conditions.
- The reaction of
heptylamine with 1-bromopropane afforded the three-component joining
product in a 61% yield after 2 h.
- The usefulness of dry
silica gel both as a reaction medium and a reagent may be illustrated by
the technically simple synthesis of dihydrojasmone using n-heptylamine
as a starting material.
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