1. Physical state of Amine
Lower amines are gases while higher members are mostly liquids. Amines are almost unpleasant, having fishy smell. In the pure state amines are colourless, but in certain case they become coloured due to oxidation and mixing of impurities.
2. Boiling point
In amines, there are polar N-H bonds. Hence, in general they are polar. More over, in amines, inter molecular hydrogen bonds are present, leading to high boiling points in comparison to corresponding hydrocarbons of the same molar mass.
Primary and secondary amines can form hydrogen bonding hence they higher boiling points than isomeric tertiary amines.
3. Solubility in water
All the three classes of amines can form hydrogen bond with water. Hence they are soluble in water. But higher amines are least soluble due to the non-polar effect of big alkyl groups. Due to weaker hydrogen bonds solubility of amines in water is less than that of alcohols.