diethylamine


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diethylamine

[‚dī‚eth·əl′a‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
(C2H5)2NH Water-soluble, colorless liquid with ammonia aroma, boiling at 56°C; used in rubber chemicals and pharmaceuticals and as a solvent and flotation agent.
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n] The number average molecular weight DEA Diethylamine TEtA Triethanolamine WIF Water insoluble fraction WSCF Water soluble crystallizable fraction AV The acid value HV The hydroxyl value AMV The amine value SOFA Soybean oil fatty acid PA Phthalic anhydride G Glycerine AP Aminolysis reaction product of waste PET AGP Aminoglycolysis reaction product of waste PET AHP Simultaneous aminolysis-hydrolysis reaction product of waste PET AD Air dried OC Oven cured TGA Thermogravimetric analysis REF-AR Reference alkyd resin AP-AR AP-based alkyd resin AGP-AR AGP-based alkyd resin AHP-AR AHP-based alkyd resin
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3 Key end users of diethylamine in pharmaceutical in China, 2010
Mobile phase consist of a mixture 970 ml of n-Hexane, 30 ml of absolute Ethanol and 1 ml of diethylamine and degas by sonication for 5 minutes.
5 to 1 g) was transferred to a dry 10-mL glass vial to react with excess diethylamine for 30 minutes in the presence of 5 mL of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO).
Regarding the chemical modification, one of the most used systems is the addition of diethylamine chlorhidrate to the mixture.
2] and D diethylamine pentachlorophenol photochemical degradation W/C DDT dehydrohalogenation R reductive dehalogenation R 2,4-D microbial metabolism, D/W hydroxylation malathion oxidation, hydrolysis D carbaryl hydrolysis, hydroxylation D trifluralin oxidative N-dealkylation, D/R reduction methoprene oxidation, metabolic D processes abamectin hydrolysis, oxidation R/D (a) R = residue remains for years; D = degrades to innocuous products within days to weeks; W = residues remain in contaminated water for years; C = persistent contaminants (dioxins).
Table 1: North American Methylamine Market (2002): Breakdown of Production Capacity by Producer - Air Products, DuPont, Chinook Group, and Celanese Mexicana (in Million Pounds) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-5 Ethylamine II-5 Derivatives of Ethylamine II-6 Monoethylamine (MEA) II-6 Diethylamine (DEA) II-6 Triethylamine (TEA) II-7 Propylamine II-7 Cyclohexylamine II-7 Butylamine II-8
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This study deals with the use of ethylene glycol (EG) and diethylamine (DEtA) for the aminoglycolytic degradation of waste PET.
HPLC grade n-Hexane and Isopropyl alcohol, Analytical reagent grade Absolute Ethanol and Diethylamine.
Five microliters of DNA was mixed with a solution of 20 [micro]L of hydroxylamine adjusted by diethylamine to pH 6.