Quinaldines

Quinaldine (also called 2-methylquinoline) is a derivative of quinoline, a bicyclic aromatic system with a nitrogen-containing methylated heterocycle fused to a benzene ring. Quinaline derivatives are found in quinaldine-based squaraine dyes, food colorants, antimalaria drugs and other pharmaceuticals. The synthesis of quinaldines from nitrobenzenes can be photocatalyzed by nitrogen-doped titanium dioxide (N-TiO2).

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525928 Quinaldoyl chloride 97% C10H6ClNO
160660 Quinaldic acid 98% C10H7NO2
150231 4-Chloroquinaldine 99% C10H8ClN
357669 7-Chloroquinaldine 99% C10H8ClN
Q809 Quinaldine ≥95% C10H9N
22550 Quinaldine ≥95.0% (GC) C10H9N
H57602 2-Methyl-8-quinolinol 98% C10H9NO
A79000 4-Aminoquinaldine 98% C10H10N2
767069 4-Chloro-8-methoxy-2-methylquinoline 97% C11H10ClNO
103292 6-Methoxyquinaldine 97% C11H11NO