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Chloroethylamine Hydrochloride is white colored chemical compound that is known to have molecular formula C4H3Cl2NS with molar mass of 168.035 g/mol. It is most commonly utilized as intermediate for pharmaceuticals & pesticides including thiamethoxam and clothianidin. This compound is considered to be most important for synthesis of anti-AIDS drug ritonavir. During a chemical reaction, Chloroethylamine Hydrochloride has ability to accept two hydrogen bonds in order to react with mating compound.