Amine

An amine is a derivative of ammonia (NH3) where one or more of the N-H bonds have been replaced by a bond to a carbon atom. Amines are classified as primary amines (1°), secondary amines (2°), or tertiary amines (3°) depending on how many carbon atoms are directly attached to the nitrogen. Amines tend to be moderately strong bases and good nucleophiles.

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