alkanolamine


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alkanolamine

[‚al·kə′näl·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
One of a group of viscous, water-soluble amino alcohols of the aliphatic series.
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Amine and alkanolamine functional silanes are blended with polyol rather than the diisocyanate.
The existing commercial CO2 capture facilities are based on the wet scrubbing process using aqueous alkanolamine solutions.
At the American Coatings Show in April 2010, they launched a new alkanolamine salt inhibitor that works synergistically with inorganic pigments, and has shown some reasonable independent activity.
The active ingredient is dissolved in a solution of an alkanolamine and/or ammonia in water.
For the rational design of gas-treating processes the knowledge of vapour--liquid equilibrium (VLE) of the acid gas over alkanolamine solution is required besides the knowledge of mass transfer and kinetics.
The authors impregnated spruce wood specimens with a new preservative formulation, containing the ester of boric acid with an alkanolamine.
They noted that generic alkanolamine solvents were first used for acid gas treating in refinery process gas streams, hydrogen plants, natural gas liquid extraction facilities, ammonia plants and ethylene plants.
Commercially available, alkanolamine based processes have been proposed for the ROAD and Porto Tolle CCS demonstration projects.
The esterquat is typically prepared through reacting a (mono-, di- or tertiary) alkanolamine with fatty acids, followed by reaction with an alkylating agent to the corresponding quaternary.
Vantex[R]-T from Taminco is a new low-odor, zero-VOC neutralizing alkanolamine that exhibits good film forming properties when compared to other commercial bases.
Sulpholane is used in the Sulfinol process, where it is mixed with water and an alkanolamine (Dunn et al.
The objective of this work is to study the peculiarities of reprocessing PU foam-backed PVC-sheet (soundproof material) waste by recovery of PU-foam using alkanolamine and extrusion technology to produce a thermoplastic mixture of PVC and regenerated linear polyurethane (further PVC/P[U.