Methylamine, anhydrousMethylamine, anhydrous (CH5N) is a colorless gas or liquid with ammonia-like odor. It vaporizes rapidly when unconfined and is used for making pharmaceuticals, insecticides, paint removers, surfactants, and rubber chemicals. Solutions are strongly basic, corrosive. Because it is flammable, we recommend a safe chemical storage building that meets specific regulations for storing Methylamine, anhydrous. Please review our fire rated products: SUPERLoc, FIRELoc
Methylamine, anhydrous Storing Details
- Flammable Details: Poisonous gases may be produced in fire. Containers may explode.
- Storage Details: Keep separated from incompatible substances, such as oxidizers. Store and handle in accordance with all current regulations and standards. Store in compliant, approved flammables storage buildings, separated from oxidizers and sources of ignition.
- Compatible Details: Mercury, strong oxidizers, nitromethane [Note: Corrosive to copper & zinc alloys, aluminum & galvanized surfaces.]
- Description: Methylamine is the organic compound with a formula of CH3NH2. This colourless gas is a derivative of ammonia, but with one H atom replaced by a methyl group. It is the simplest primary amine.
- Classification: CLASS 2.1
- Brand Name: n/a
Methylamine, anhydrous Properties
|Formula||Density||Boiling Point;||IUPAC ID||Molar Mass||Soluble In||Melting Point|
|CH5N||N/A||-7--6°C, 266.5-267.1 K, 20-21°F||aminomethane, methanamine||31.0571 g/mol||alcohol, ehter, aceton, benzene||-135°F (-9°C)|