CHEBI:27390 - ω-aminoaldehyde

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ChEBI Name ω-aminoaldehyde
ChEBI ASCII Name omega-aminoaldehyde
Definition An amino aldehyde that is an aliphatic aldehyde in which one of the hydrogens of the terminal methyl group has been replaced by an amino group. H2NCH2(CH2)nCHO, where n = 0, 1, 2, etc.
Stars This entity has been manually annotated by the ChEBI Team.
Secondary ChEBI IDs CHEBI:13781, CHEBI:10612, CHEBI:25687
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Formula (CH2)n.C2H5NO
Net Charge 0
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Chemical Role(s): Bronsted base
A molecular entity capable of accepting a hydron from a donor (Bronsted acid).
(via organic amino compound )
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Outgoing ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390) is a amino aldehyde (CHEBI:22492)
ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390) is a primary amino compound (CHEBI:50994)
ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390) is conjugate base of ω-ammonioaldehyde (CHEBI:133427)
Incoming 2-aminoacetaldehyde (CHEBI:17628) is a ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390)
3-aminopropanal (CHEBI:18090) is a ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390)
4-aminobutanal (CHEBI:17769) is a ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390)
5-aminopentanal (CHEBI:31130) is a ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390)
6-AMINO-HEXANAL (CHEBI:42103) is a ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390)
ω-ammonioaldehyde (CHEBI:133427) is conjugate acid of ω-aminoaldehyde (CHEBI:27390)
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ω-aminoaldehyde ChEBI
ω-aminoaldehydes ChEBI
omega-aminoaldehydes ChEBI
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02 October 2018