Azido-aliphatic-alcohols are a class of organic compounds that contain both azide and alcohol functional groups. The azido group (-N3) is a highly reactive functional group that can undergo a variety of chemical transformations, including cycloadditions and click chemistry reactions, making it a valuable tool in pharmaceutical research and development. The aliphatic alcohol group (-OH) provides solubility and can also participate in reactions such as esterification and dehydration. Azido-aliphatic-alcohols have been used in the synthesis of bioactive compounds, such as drugs and inhibitors, due to their unique chemical properties and ability to be selectively modified. Additionally, their potential as photoaffinity probes, which can help identify and characterize protein targets, has also been explored.