Amines, diamines and cyclic organic nitrogen compounds (2023)

Definitions of the acid dissociation constant and pKa are given below the figures, together with the definition of some classes of organic acids.

In the table below, pKa1 and pKa2 is given together with boiling and melting point, density and molecular weight, as well as number of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen atoms in each molecule.

See also boiling and melting point of different kinds of organic compounds, boiling and melting point of organic nitrogen compounds, pKa of phenols, alcohols and carboxylic acids and pKa of inorganic acids and bases, as well as acid and base pH indicators andAcid-base properties of aqueous solutions of salts with ions from both acids and bases.

Amines, diamines and cyclic organic nitrogen compounds (1)

Amines, diamines and cyclic organic nitrogen compounds (2)

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GroupCompound nameCommon name#C#H#NpKa1 of the
conjugate acid
pKa2 of the
conjugate acid
1-Amine Methylamine Methanamine 1 5 1 10.59 31.06 -93 -6 0.660
1-Amine Ethylamine Ethanamine 2 7 1 10.67 45.08 -81 17 0.685
1-Amine Propylamine 1-Propanamine 3 9 1 10.69 59.11 -85 47 0.717
1-Amine Butylamine 1-Butanamine 4 11 1 10.61 73.14 -49 77 0.741
1-Amine Pentylamine Amylamine 5 13 1 10.63 87.16 -51 105 0.754
1-Amine Hexylamine 1-Hexanamine 6 15 1 10.56 101.19 -21 132 0.766
1-Amine Heptylamine 1-Heptanamine 7 17 1 10.67 115.22 -23 153 0.775
1-Amine Octylamine 1-Octanamine 8 19 1 10.65 129.24 0 179 0.783
1-Amine Nonylamine 1-Nonanamine 9 21 1 10.64 143.27 -1 198 0.791
1-Amine Decylamine 1-Decanamine 10 23 1 10.64 157.30 15 217 0.794
1-Amine Undecylamine 1-Undecanamine 11 25 1 10.63 171.32 15 229 0.798
1-Amine Dodecylamine 1-Dodecanamine 12 27 1 10.63 185.35 28 255 0.802
1-Amine (Tridecyl)amine 1-Tridecanamine 13 29 1 10.63 199.38 27 273 0.806
1-Amine Tetradecylamine 1-Tetradecanamine 14 31 1 10.62 213.40 39 289 0.808
1-Amine Pentadecylamine Pentadecanamine 15 33 1 10.61 227.43 37 312 0.810
1-Amine Hexadecylamine 1-Hexadecanamine 16 35 1 10.63 241.46 46 321 0.813
1-Amine Octadecylamine 1-Octadecanamine 18 39 1 10.60 269.51 53 350 0.862
Amine Dimethylamine Methyl methylamine 2 7 1 10.73 45.08 -92 7 0.654
Amine Allylamine 2-propen-1-amine 3 7 1 9.49 57.09 -88 54 0.758
Amine Trimethylamine Dimethyl methylamine 3 9 1 9.81 59.11 -117 3 0.631
Amine 2-Propanamine 3 9 1 10.60 59.11 -95 32 0.682
Amine sec-Butylamine 2-Butanamine 4 11 1 10.60 73.14 -105 63 0.725
Amine tert-Butylamine 2-Methyl-2-propanamine 4 11 1 10.68 73.14 -67 46 0.696
Amine Butylamine 1-Butanamine 4 11 1 10.77 73.14 -49 77 0.741
Amine Diethylamine Ethyl ethylamine 4 11 1 10.98 73.14 -50 56 0.706
Amine iso-Butylamine 2-Methyl-1-propanamine 5 12 1 10.43 86.16 -85 68 0.730
Amine Aniline 6 7 1 4.61 93.13 -6 184 1.025
Amine Cyclohexylamine 6 13 1 10.66 99.17 -18 134 0.819
Amine Triethylamine Diethyl ethylamine 6 15 1 10.75 101.19 -115 90 0.727
Amine o-Toluidine 2-Aminotoluene, 2-Methylaniline 7 9 1 4.45 107.15 -28 199 1.010
Amine m-Toluidine 3-Aminotoluene, 3-Methylaniline 7 9 1 4.71 107.15 -30 203 1.001
Amine p-Toluidine 4-Aminotoluene, 4-Methylaniline 7 9 1 5.08 107.15 44 201 0.975
Amine 2-Heptylamine 2-Heptanamine, 1-Methylhexylamine 7 17 1 10.70 115.22 143 0.766
Amine Dibutylamine 8 19 1 11.25 129.24 -62 162 0.767
Amine n-Allylaniline Allylphenylamine 9 11 1 4.17 133.19 219 0.977
Amine 2-Naphthylamine 2-Aminonaphthalene, beta-naphthylamine 10 9 1 4.16 143.19 112 306 1.063
Amine Diphenylamine N-phenyl-aminobenzene 12 11 1 0.79 169.22 51 302 1.160
Amine 2-Aminobiphenyl 2-Biphenylylamine, 2-Phenylaniline 12 11 1 3.82 169.22 48 299
Amine 4-Aminobiphenyl 4-Phenylaniline, Xenylamine 12 11 1 4.35 169.22 53 348
Amine 4-Benzylaniline 13 13 1 2.17 183.25 35 300 1.038
Diamine 1,2-Propandiamine 3 10 2 9.82 6.61 74.12 118 0.875
Diamine 1,3-Propandiamine 3 10 2 10.55 8.88 74.12 -11 139 0.887
Diamine 1,3-diaminobenzene m-phenylenediamine 6 8 2 2.3 5.0 108.14 65 282
Diamine 1,2-diaminobenzene o-phenylenediamine 6 8 2 0.6 4.74 108.14 102 256
Diamine 1,4-diaminobenzene p-Phenylenediamine 6 8 2 2.7 6.2 108.14 140 267
Diamine 1,6-hexanediamine 6 16 2 11.86 10.76 116.20
Diamine p-Benzidine 1,1-biphenyl-4,4-diamine 12 12 2 1.66 3.57 184.24 127 401
Piperidine Piperidine 5 11 1 11.12 85.15 -13 106 0.862
Pyridine Pyridine Azine 5 5 1 5.23 79.10 -42 115 0.982
Pyridine 3-Methylpyridine 6 7 1 5.52 93.13 -18 144 1.504
Pyridine 4-Methylpyridine 6 7 1 6.08 93.13 4 145 1.504
Pyridine 2-Methylpyridine 6 7 1 6.20 93.13 -67 129 1.499
Pyridine 2-Ethylpyridine 7 9 1 5.89 107.15 -63 149 0.952
Pyridine 2,4,6-trimethylpyridine 2,4,6-Collidine 8 11 1 7.43 121.18 -44 170 0.917
Pyridine 2-Benzylpyridine 12 11 1 5.13 169.22 13 277 1.059
Pyrrole Pyrrolidine Azacyclopentane, tetrahydropyrrole 4 9 1 11.27 71.12 -58 87 0.859
Quinoline Quinoline 1-Azanapthalene 9 7 1 4.90 129.16 -15 237 1.096
Quinoline Isoquinoline 9 7 1 5.42 129.16 27 242 1.101
Quinoline Acridine Dibenzo[b,e]pyridine 13 9 1 5.58 179.22 111 347 1.005
Quinoline Benzo[c]quinoline Phenanthridine 13 9 1 5.58 179.22 107 350

An acid dissociation constant, Ka, is a quantitative measure of the strength of an acid in solution. It is the equilibrium constant for a chemical reaction known as dissociation of acid–base reactions. In aqueous solution, the equilibrium of acid dissociation can be written symbolically as:

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HA + H2O = A- +H3O+

where HA is an acid that dissociates into A-, (known as the conjugate base of the acid) and a hydrogen ion which combines with a water molecule to make a hydronium ion.

The chemical species HA, A- and H3O+ are said to be in equilibrium when their concentrations do not change with the passing of time. The dissociation constant is usually written as a quotient of the equilibrium concentrations (in mol/L), denoted by [HA], [A-] and [H3O+]

Ka = [A-]*[H3O+] / [HA]*[H2O]

In all, but the most concentrated, aqueous solutions of an acid the concentration of water can be taken as constant and can be ignored. The definition can then be written more simply

HA = A- + H+ and Ka = [A-]*[H+] / [HA]

This is the definition in common usage. For many practical purposes it is more convenient to discuss the logarithmic constant, pKa

pKa = -log10 Ka

The larger the value of pKa, the smaller the extent of dissociation at any given pH - that is, the weaker the acid.

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A weak acid has a pKa value in the approximate range -2 to 12 in water.

Strong acids has pKa values of less than about -2; the dissociation of a strong acid is effectively complete such that concentration of the undissociated acid is too small to be measured. pKa values for strong acids can, however, be estimated by theoretical means.

After rearranging the expression defining Ka, and putting pH = -log10[H+], one obtains

pH = pKa + [A-] / [HA] and further

pH - pKa = log [A-] / [HA]

Then, a solution with 50% dissociation has pH equal to the pKa of the acid.

Polyprotic acids are acids that can lose more than one proton. Then we have more than one dissiciation constant; Ka1, Ka2, etc.. and similar pKa1, pKa2, etc.

All data given in the figures apply to dilute aqueous solutions at ambient temperature.

For amines, the pka value is given for the conjugate bases BH+ and BH22+.

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BH+ = B + H+

The pKb for a base may be calculated from the pKa value of its conjugate acid:

pKw = pKa + pKb

At 25°C the pKw is 14 and

pKb = 14 - pKa

Definition of organic compounds

Hydrocarbon: An organic compound consisting entirely of hydrogen and carbon.

Alkane: An acyclic saturated hydrocarbon, with the general formula CnH2n+2. Also called paraffin.

Aromatic hydrocarbon: A cyclic (ring-shaped), planar (flat) molecule with a ring of resonance bonds that exhibits more stability than other geometric or connective arrangements with the same set of atoms. The simplest of the aromatics have 6 carbon atoms and contains 3 double bounds. A one ring aromatic without any substituents is called benzene, with the formula C6H6.

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Alkyl: An alkyl group is an alkane substituent missing one hydrogen, with general formula CnH2n+1.

Phenyl: An phenyl group is a benzene substituent missing one hydrogen, with general formula C6H5.

Amine: A compound or functional group that contain a basic nitrogen atom with a lone pair. It can be a primary (R-NH2), a secondary (R',R''-NH) or a tertiary amine (R',R'',R'''-N), where R represent an alkyl or other organic substituent. For 1-amines in this document the R represents an alkyl group, in which the NH2-group is placed at the end of the the alkane chain.

Diamine: An amine with two amino groups.

Pyrrole: A heterocyclic aromatic organic compound, a five-membered ring with two double bounds, with the formula C4H4NH. Substituted derivatives are called pyrroles.

Dihydropyrrole: A compound formally derived from the aromate pyrrole by partial hydrogenation, containing one double bound. Also called pyrroline.

Pyridine: A heterocyclic six-membered ring compound with the chemical formula C5H5N. It is structurally similar to benzene, with one methine group (=CH-) replaced by a nitrogen atom.

Piperidine: A heterocyclic amine consisting of a six-membered ring containing five methylene bridges (–CH2–) and one amine bridge (–NH–). The molecular formula is (CH2)5NH.

Quinoline: A heterocyclic aromatic organic compound, consisting of a benzene ring fused to a pyridine ring, with the molecular formula C9H7N and the nitrogen atom in position 1.

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Isoquinoline: An analog to quinoline with the nitrogen atom in position 2.


Is amines and nitrogen compounds same? ›

The addition of nitrogen into an organic framework leads to two families of molecules. Compounds containing a nitrogen atom bonded in a hydrocarbon framework are classified as amines. Compounds that have a nitrogen atom bonded to one side of a carbonyl group are classified as amides.

Are amines nitrogen containing organic compounds? ›

One of the largest classes of organic nitrogen containing molecules is the amines. They are compounds which can be thought of as derivatives of ammonia, NH3. Amines are typically identified by the number of alkyl (carbon) groups attached to the nitrogen atom.

What are examples of cyclic amines? ›

Examples of cyclic tertiary amines that have the potential for forming reactive iminium intermediates include the piperazines, piperidines, 4-hydroxypiperidines, 4-fluoropiperidines and related compounds, pyrrolidines and N-alkyltetrahydroquinolines.

What is the nitrogen function in amines? ›

An amine is generally a functional group with a nitrogen atom having a lone pair. Amines resemble ammonia structurally where nitrogen can bond up to 3 hydrogen atoms. It is also characterized by various properties that are based on carbon connectivity.

What are the 4 types of nitrogen compounds? ›

Nitrogen forms many thousands of organic compounds. Most of the known varieties may be regarded as derived from ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, cyanogen, and nitrous or nitric acid.

What are the three types of amines? ›

Amines are classified as primary, secondary, or tertiary depending on whether one, two, or three of the hydrogen atoms of ammonia have been replaced by organic groups. In chemical notation these three classes are represented as RNH2, R2NH, and R3N, respectively.

What are 3 types of organic compounds that are formed with nitrogen? ›

Amino acids, nucleic acids, and nucleobases are key biological nitrogen compounds.

What are examples of amines? ›

Common examples of amines include amino acids, trimethylamine, and aniline. Meanwhile, inorganic ammonia compounds such as monochloramine (NClH2) are also called amines. Amines naturally occur in hormones, vitamins, proteins, etc.

What are examples of organic nitrogen compounds? ›

Organic Nitrogen Compounds

They include, for example, amines, amides, alkyl nitrates, nitrosamines, nitroarenes, and peroxyacyl nitrates.

What drugs contain amines? ›

DrugDrug Description
SuccinylcholineA depolarizing skeletal muscle relaxant used adjunctly to anesthesia and for skeletal muscle relaxation during intubation, mechanical ventilation, and surgical procedures.
CitalopramA selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) used in the treatment of depression.
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What is meant by cyclic amine? ›

Cyclic amines and cyclic sulfides represent two large families of monomers. The variety of structures, and hence variety of physical properties of the corresponding polymers, stems from the variation of ring size and from the possibility of placing one or more substituents on the heterocycle.

What is the common name of amines? ›

It is commonly known as aniline which is also an accepted IUPAC name. When we name arylamines according to the guidelines given by IUPAC then 'e' of the arene is replaced by amine for example C6H5-NH2 is named as benzenamine.

Why is amine so important? ›

Amines participate in important metabolic and physiological functions in living organisms. Polyamines are essential for cell proliferation, growth, renewal, and metabolism. They are involved in nearly every step of DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis, and regulate the permeability and stability of cellular membranes.

What do amines do in the body? ›

Biogenic amines play an essential role in cell membrane stabilization, immune functions, and prevention of chronic diseases, as they participate in the nucleic acid and protein synthesis [14].

Why is nitrogen important in amino acids? ›

Nitrogen is an essential element for all forms of life and is the structural component of amino acids from which animal and human tissues, enzymes, and many hormones are made. For plant growth, available (fixed) nitrogen is usually the limiting nutrient in natural systems.

What are the three types of nitrogen cycle? ›

Microbially-driven processes such as nitrogen fixation, nitrification, and denitrification, constitute the bulk of nitrogen transformations, and play a critical role in the fate of nitrogen in the Earth's ecosystems.

What are the 4 main compounds that go through the nitrogen cycle? ›

This process is called nitrification. Compounds such as nitrate, nitrite, ammonia and ammonium can be taken up from soils by plants and then used in the formation of plant and animal proteins. An interactive showing the main components of the terrestrial nitrogen cycle.

What are the 4 major parts of the nitrogen cycle? ›

Four processes participate in the cycling of nitrogen through the biosphere: (1) nitrogen fixation, (2) decay, (3) nitrification, and (4) denitrification.

Where are amines found? ›

Amine functional groups are found in a wide variety of compounds, including natural and synthetic dyes, polymers, vitamins, and medications such as penicillin and codeine. They are also found in many molecules essential to life, such as amino acids, hormones, neurotransmitters, and DNA.

What do you mean by amines? ›

: any of a class of basic organic compounds derived from ammonia by replacement of hydrogen with one or more monovalent hydrocarbon radicals compare amide sense 2.

What are natural sources of amines? ›

Aliphatic amines occur in nature, principally as products of the putrefaction of protein material, but they are also present in living tissue (e.g., histamine, a cyclic aliphatic amine). The methylamines occur in small amounts in some plants.

What are the 4 main organic compounds? ›

Organic compounds essential to human functioning include carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleotides. These compounds are said to be organic because they contain both carbon and hydrogen.

What 2 organic compounds is nitrogen found in? ›

Nitrogen is a component of amino acids and urea. Amino acids are the building blocks of all proteins.

What foods are high in amines? ›

High amine food and drink includes avocado, sausages, meat pies and fruit juice. Examples of low amine food include eggs, non-cured meat and mild-tasting dairy products.

Are amines harmful? ›

These amines by themselves are not very harmful at typical concentrations that might occur, for example, near power plants. However, the amines could take part in complex chemical reactions and form new compounds such as nitrosamines and nitramines, which can affect health and the environment.

Is caffeine an amine? ›

Caffeine is built up of two carbonyl groups and 4 tertiary amines. Both caffeine and theobromine also include an amide group, which is a functional group consisting of a carbonyl group bound to a C atom and a N atom, and an alkene, an unsaturated hydrocarbon containing at least one carbon-carbon double bond.

What do amines smell like? ›

The amine smell is instantly recognizable, fishy and penetrating, in the same way that sulfur smells are also easy to pick out (rotten egg/skunk/burning rubber and worse).

What is the best organic nitrogen? ›

The richest organic sources of nitrogen are manures, ground-up animal parts (blood meal, feather dust, leather dust) and seed meals (soybean meal, cottonseed meal).

What is meant by organic nitrogen compounds? ›

compounds that contain a nitrogen atom. All organic nitrogen-containing compounds can be considered as derivatives of ammonia in which one or more hydrogen atoms are substituted by hydrocarbon radicals. Of particular interest in this group are α-amino acids and their peptide and protein derivatives.

What are the symptoms of amines? ›

The most common symptoms experienced by those sensitive to amines are recurrent eczema and hives, headaches or migraines, sinus trouble, mouth ulcers, fatigue (frequently feeling rundown and tired for no apparent reason), nausea, stomach pains, joint pain that is undiagnosed and digestive issues.

Do bananas contain amines? ›

Banana contains several bioactive compounds, such as phenolics, carotenoids, biogenic amines and phytosterols, which are highly desirable in the diet as they exert many positive effects on human health and well-being.

Are sweet potatoes high in amines? ›

​ Sweet Potato is likely suitable for a low histamine diet. Sweet Potato is likely low in histamine and other amines and does not trigger release of the body's natural histamine.

What is the use of cyclic amine? ›

Further, a large number of pharmacologically active natural and synthetic cyclic amines are in regular clinical use (Figure 3) [9]. They have been utilized as antibiotics, anticancer, analgesics, antidepressants, anti-HIV, anti-HCV agents, etc.

What are the two types of cyclic compounds? ›

A cyclic organic compound containing all carbon atoms in ring formation is designated as a carbocyclic compound, while the cyclic compounds consisting of at least one hetero (i.e., noncarbon) atom in the ring are known as heterocyclic compounds.

How do you name cyclic amines? ›

Cyclic amines

In terms of naming they adopt the prefix “cyclo” prior to “propane”, “butane” and so on. Examples can be found in the table below. If a hydrogen atom is replaced by an amino group, -NH2 then the name changes to reflect this by the use of the suffix “amine”.

Are amines used in drugs? ›

They are one of the most prevalent structures found in medicines today. More than 40 percent of drugs and drug candidates contain amines, and 60 percent of those amines are tertiary, so named for the three carbons that are bonded to a nitrogen.

What is another name for amine? ›

Inorganic derivatives of ammonia are also called amines, such as monochloramine ( NClH 2). The substituent −NH 2 is called an amino group. Compounds with a nitrogen atom attached to a carbonyl group, thus having the structure R−CO−NR′R″, are called amides and have different chemical properties from amines.

What are the most basic amines? ›

As the number of chlorine atom increases, due to -I effect the basicity of amine decreases. thus CH3−NH2 is most basic amine and CCl3−NH2 is least basic amine.

Why are amines psychoactive? ›

Amines have powerful biological functions. Many amines act as neurotransmitter and psychoactive drugs. These molecules generally produce their effects by affecting brain chemistry, which in turn may cause changes in a person's mood, thinking, perception, and/or behavior.

How are amines used in medicine? ›

Amines are frequently used in morphine and Demerol which are popular pain killers. Amines are also used as solvents for antihistamine diphenhydramine which are used in Benadryl syrups. Novocaine is one drug used as an anaesthetic which is hugely dependent on amines.

What is the difference between amine and amine? ›

Difference between Amine and Imine

An amine is a functional group in which one or more hydrogen atoms are replaced by an alkyl or aryl group. An imine is a functional group containing a carbon-nitrogen double bond. Nitrogen is linked with either hydrogen or a carbon atom. 2.

Can amines cause anxiety? ›

These amines and toxins can trigger neurotransmitter sites in the brain to malfunction causing feelings of excessive tiredness, depression, anxiety and/or panic attacks.

Are amines making you sick? ›

Amines are harmless for most people, however when consumed in excess or by people sensitive to amines, they can cause a range of symptoms. Amines can cause an increase in cardiac output and constriction of blood vessels in the head which can cause migraines.

What vegetables are low in amines? ›

  • asparagus. avocado.
  • broad beans (fava) Chinese spinach.
  • eggplant. mushroom.
  • olives. onion (raw)
  • pickled vegetables. refried beans.
  • sauerkraut. seaweed (sushi wrap)
  • spinach. tomatoes in any form!
  • tomato (dried) tomato (juice)
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What happens when amino acids remove nitrogen? ›

Removing the α-amino group is essential for producing energy from any amino acid, and is an obligatory step in the catabolism of all amino acids. Once removed, this nitrogen can be incorporated into other compounds or excreted as urea, with the carbon skeletons being metabolized.

What is the nitrogen cycle simple explanation? ›

Nitrogen Cycle is a biogeochemical process through which nitrogen is converted into many forms, consecutively passing from the atmosphere to the soil to organism and back into the atmosphere. It involves several processes such as nitrogen fixation, nitrification, denitrification, decay and putrefaction.

What is the nitrogen cycle easy explanation? ›

What Exactly Is the Nitrogen Cycle? The nitrogen cycle is a repeating cycle of processes during which nitrogen moves through both living and non-living things: the atmosphere, soil, water, plants, animals and bacteria. In order to move through the different parts of the cycle, nitrogen must change forms.

What are nitrogen compounds called? ›

In water, the most common inorganic nitrogen compounds are ammonium, nitrite, and nitrate. In some cases, when the contamination is produced by inorganic fertilizers or by some industrial processes, significant amounts of nitrites and nitrates can be found (Cárdenas and Sánchez, 2013).

Does amine contain nitrogen? ›

Amines are molecules that contain carbon-nitrogen bonds. The nitrogen atom in an amine has a lone pair of electrons and three bonds to other atoms, either carbon or hydrogen.

What are amines in medical terms? ›

Medical Definition

amine. noun. ə-ˈmēn ˈam-ˌēn. : any of a class of organic compounds derived from ammonia by replacement of one, two, or three hydrogen atoms with alkyl groups see primary amine, secondary amine, tertiary amine.

What are some types of amines? ›

Types of Amines
  • Primary Amines ( 10 Amines) Primary amines created when an alkyl or aromatic group substitutes one of three hydrogen atoms in ammonia. ...
  • Secondary Amines (20 Amines) ...
  • Tertiary Amine (30 Amines) ...
  • Quaternary Amines (40 Amines)

What are the 3 types of nitrogen? ›

Nitrogen formSymbol
Dinitrogen (Atmospheric Nitrogen)N2
Ammonium NitrogenNH4
Organic NitrogenC-NH2 (where C is a complex organic group)

Where are amines found in the body? ›

Hormonal Amines

Within the nervous system they are important neurotransmitters; outside the nervous system the cells that produce them are modified post-synaptic neurons (e.g., adrenal medulla), blood-derived cells (e.g., basophils, mast cells), or APUD2 cells (e.g., enterochromaffin cells).

Which type of amine does produce nitrogen gas when? ›

Only primary amines liberate nitrogen gas on reaction with nitrous acid.


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