- 3-Methylbenzyl amine
- 3-Methylbezyl amine
- Benzenemethanamine, 3-methyl-
- Benzylamine, m-methyl-
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3-Methylbenzylamine is a nitro compound with the chemical formula CH3C6H4NO2. 3-Methylbenzylamine has been shown to act as a phosphatase inhibitor, preventing the hydrolysis of phosphate groups from nucleic acids. It also binds to amines and acts as an alkylating agent, which may be due to its functionalities of being both a triamine and an amine. 3-Methylbenzylamine can exist in two isomeric forms: alpha and beta. The alpha form is more stable than the beta form, with the beta form being more reactive and less soluble in water. 3-Methylbenzylamine has been shown to react with glyoxal, resulting in the formation of unsymmetrical dimers that are known for their high stability and low reactivity.
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