2-Chloroethylamine hydrochloride is a colourless to off-white solid. It consists of an alkylamine attached to a Chlorine atom. It is a member of the Chloroalkylamines. It is a highly corrosive material to both skin and metals thus it must be handled with extreme care.
The synthesis method of 2-chloroethylamine hydrochloride mainly comprises a synthesis method of ethanolamine hydrochloride and thionyl chloride and a synthesis method of ethanolamine and hydrogen chloride.
|2-Aminoethyl chloride hydrochloride
|Used as an intermediate in APIs
* Ifosfamide – cytotoxic, antineoplastic
* Fluvoxamine maleate – antidepressant
|Used as a reagent in the synthesis of 6-desfluoroquinolones as potential anti-HIV drugs.
|Also used as a reagent in the synthesis of ellipticine derivatives as anticancer agents.
|Further, it is employed as a derivatizing reagent for amino acids, dipeptides and nucleotides.
|White to off white powder
|Soluble in wáter and methanol
|Identification (by IR)
|IR spectrum of the sample should correspond
to that of the standard
|29.0 – 32.1
|Assay (by Titrimetry
– on anhydrous basis)
|98.0 – 102.0
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