Posts – Brumer

Almond flavoured prison term

Benzaldehyde – the first thing that comes to mind to a person who has ever encountered this substance is the smell of bitter almonds. Colourless, yellowish liquid. Is it harmless? Quite the opposite. When working with drops of this valuable essence you need to use protective suits that will protect you from poisoning. Why do […]


Methylamine. The heritage of “Breaking bad”

This substance was unknowingly confused with ammonia for a long time, due to its smell and properties. Its history is as magnificent as it is deadly for millions of people. From a household substance, thanks to a strong concentration, it turned into a precursor of Ecstasy and Methamphetamine so familiar to us. It is this […]


The versality of nitroethane

What do amphetamines, rocket fuel and citrus flavor have in common? It would seem like such an interesting and useful creation of mankind but it is clamping down on and on. We can talk about industrial life hacks or a way to pleasantly scent the air in the toilet, but no. The hero of today’s […]


Indole is an organic chemical compound with CAS number 120-72-9 and formula C8H7N. It is also known under the names 2,3-benzopyrrole, ketole, and 1-benzazole. The developing of indole chemistry began with the study of the dye indigo. Even the name of the compound is a portmanteau of two words “indigo” and “oleum”, because the chemical […]


Cyclohexylamine, CAS 108-91-8

Cyclohexylamine is an organic compound that belongs to the class of aliphatic amines. It is also called hexahydrobenzenamine, hexahydroaniline, aminohexahydrobenzene, and aminocyclohexane. The IUPAC name if the substance is cyclohexanamine. Cyclohexylamine CAS number is 108-91-8, its chemical formula is C6H13N. Properties The substance is a colorless liquid, sometimes tinted yellow due to contaminants and has […]



1-(4-Fluorophenyl)-2-nitropropene is a heterocyclic organic compound. The molecular formula of this chemical is C9H8FNO2. Its CAS number is 775-31-5. The substance is also known as 1-fluoro-4-(2-nitropropenyl)-benzen, 1-(p-fluorophenyl)-2-nitropropene, 4-FP2NP, 4-fluorophenyl-2-nitropropene, 4-fluoro-1-phenyl-2-nitropropene, etc. Properties These white to yellowish solid crystals have slightly unpleasant odor. The chemical is notable for the following properties: 1-(4-Fluorophenyl)-2-nitropropene is a flammable reagent […]


1-Bromo-5-fluoropentane, CAS 407-97-6

1-Bromo-5-fluoropentane is an organic chemical compound. The substance is also known under diverse synonymic names, among them: 5-fluoropentyl bromide, 5-fluoroamyl bromide, 5-bromopentyl fluoride, 1-bromo-5-fluoro-pentane, etc. The molecular formula of the compound is C5H10BrF; its CAS number is 407-97-6. Properties 1-Bromo-5-fluoropentane is a colorless liquid with the following properties: The chemical is soluble in methanol and […]


2,5-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde is the IUPAC name of the organic compound, derivative of benzaldehyde. The chemical formula of the substance is C9H10O3. Its CAS number is 93-02-7. 2,5-Dimethoxybenzaldehyde is mainly applied for the production of 2,5-dimethoxyphenethylamine (2C-H). The latter, in its turn, is widely used in the production of diverse substituted phenethylamines, e.g. 2C-I, 2C-C, etc. Buy […]

Acetic Acid, CAS 64-19-7

Acetic acid is an organic chemical compound that is considered as the simplest and one of the most important carboxylic acids. This is that very substance that gives vinegar its taste and smell. The formula of acetic acid can be written in three ways: CH3COOH, C2H4O2, and CH3CO2H. Its CAS Number is 64-19-7. The systematic […]

Aluminium, CAS 7429-90-5

The chemical element aluminium is the most widespread metal on Earth, and the third most abundant element after oxygen and silicon yet it does not occur in nature in the pure state. The metal easily binds with other elements and is usually found in bauxite, cryolite and over 270 other minerals. This element can boast […]