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Methoxyamine is the organic compound with the formula CH3ONH2. Also called O-methylhydroxylamine, it a colourless volatile liquid that is soluble in polar organic solvent and in water. It is a derivative of hydroxylamine with the hydroxyl hydrogen replaced by a methyl group. Alternatively, it can be viewed as a derivative of methanol with the hydroxyl hydrogen replaced by an amino group. It is an isomer of N-methylhydroxylamine and aminomethanol. It decomposes in an exothermic reaction (-56 kJ/mol) to methane and azanone unless stored as a hydrochloride salt.   Wikipedia

methoxyamine | methoxyamine hydrochloride | methoxylamine | o-methylhydroxylamine

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