diethanolamine

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diethanolamine

[di·ə·thə′näl·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
(HOCH2CH2)2NH Colorless, water-soluble, deliquescent crystals, or liquid boiling at 217°C; soluble in alcohol and acetone, insoluble in ether and benzene; used in detergents, as an absorbent of acid gases, and as a chemical intermediate. Also known as DEA.
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