N-Methylaniline is a chemical compound with the molecular formula C7H9N. It is an organic compound consisting of an aniline ring (a benzene ring with an amino group, NH2) substituted with a methyl group (CH3). This compound is usually found in a liquid state at room temperature and is often referred to as Liquid N-Methylaniline. It is used as a chemical intermediate in the synthesis of various organic compounds, including dyes, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, and rubber chemicals. Liquid N-Methylanilineis sometimes used in laboratory settings as a reagent or solvent.