Amines and amides are two types of compounds found in the field of organic chemistry.
An amine is an organic compound composed of one or more nitrogen atoms bonded to an alkyl group.
An amide is an organic compound composed of a dissociated ammonium group with an acyl group.
Amines are made up of C, H and N atoms.
Amides are made up of C, H, N and O atoms.
There are no carbonyl groups in the structure of amines.
Amides have carbonyl groups.
Amines are gases at room temperature or easily vaporize.
Amides are solid at room temperature.
Amines show basic.
Amide shows acidic characteristics.
Amines have relatively low boiling points.
Amides have relatively high boiling points.