Draw the structure of N-ethyl-1-butanamine.


Draw the structure of N-ethyl-1-butanamine.


The organic compounds that consist of a Nitrogen atom with its lone pair are known as amines. they are basic compounds. Depending upon the substitution, they are categorized as primary, secondary, and tertiary amines. N-ethyl-1-butanamine is a secondary amine having two substituents, butyl and ethyl group bonded directly with the nitrogen atom of amine.

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The structure of N-ethyl-1-butanamine is an amine having a parent alkyl chain, i.e., butane and one ethyl group bonded with the nitrogen atom of the...

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Organic compounds possess chemical properties that determine their behaviors during and after chemical changes. Explore the chemical properties of three functional groups differing in chemical properties: alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes.

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