3-Bromoaniline D4 is a deuterated variant of 3-bromoaniline, a chemical compound characterized by the presence of a bromine atom (-Br) and deuterium isotopes (D) in place of hydrogen atoms (-H). This isotopic substitution, often employed in analytical chemistry and organic synthesis, provides enhanced stability and unique spectroscopic properties, making 3-Bromoaniline D4 a valuable tool for research and analytical applications.
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|Chemical Name||3-Bromoaniline D4|
|Status||Available for Immediate Dispatch|
|Mol. Wt.||176.05 g/mol mol/g|
|Hazardous||This is not a Hazardous Compound|
|COA||View Sample COA|
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