INTRODUCTION

2-Amino-6-fluorobenzonitrile is a powder form chemical that has multiple uses ranging from medicine to intermediates to APIs. The structure of the compound depicts that it has an active fluorine atom in o-position to the nitrile group and this renders the molecule reactive. It thus participates in many synthetic processes.

Manufacture
The product is manufactured by ammonolysis of 2,6-difluorobenzonitrile.

Synonyms6-Fluoroanthranilonitrile
6-Fluoro-2-aminobenzonitrile
CAS no.77326-36-4
EINECS no.616-451-7
Molecular formulaC7H5N2F
Molecular weight136.13
Structure

Applications in Medicine

The halobenzonitrile is used to make medicinal products such as:
Novel Huprines
Tacrine-related compounds
Antifolates

Applications in APIs

The nitrile acts as a KRM in production of APIs such as:
Pazopanib
Dovitinib
Dovitinib lactic acid salt
Antibacterial quinazolines

Applications in Intermediates

A few important intermediates are also synthesized from 6-fluoroanthranilonitrile:
(4-Oxoquinazolin-2-yl)pyridine
2-Amino-6-bromobenzonitrile
N-(2-cyano-3-fluorophenyl)pyrrole
2-Fluoro-6-piperidinobenzonitrile
2-Amino-6-fluorobenzoic acid
5-Fluoro-1H-quinazoline-2,4-dione
5-Fluoro-2,4-diaminoquinazoline

SPECIFICATIONS

TestUnitSpecification
AppearanceGrey to light yellow solid
Purity%Min 99.0
Moisture%Max 0.5
Melting Range°C120.0 – 128.0

STORAGE
The product is stored at ambient temperature

PACKING
25 kg drum

REACH Status
Not registered yet

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