tertiary amine


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tertiary amine

[′tər·shē‚er·ē ′am‚ēn]
(organic chemistry)
R3N A trisubstituted amine in which the hydroxyl group is attached to a carbon that is joined to three carbons; for example, trimethylamine, (CH3)3N.
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In general, onium salts and tertiary amines are effective catalysts for the hydroxyl-epoxide reaction which proceeds at only moderately elevated temperatures.
ZF-23 blend of tertiary amines for non-CFC Maxfoam processes.
There is no change of XRD patterns of ATP after aromatic tertiary amine group functionalization and surface grafting of PS, except for the intensity.
The exchange route to Mannich bases employs tertiary amine Mannich bases derived from volatile secondary amines such as dimethylamine.
The cure chemistry of the new system involves the reaction of a specialty polymer with an initiator in the presence of a tertiary amine catalyst, such as triethylamine (TEA), dimethylethylamine (DMEA) or dimethylpropylamine (DMPA).
The chain initiation (S2 [right arrow] S3) and chain propagation (S3 [right arrow] S4) occur on the negative ion like the catalytic mechanism of tertiary amine (27).
The tertiary amine may, in turn, promote poly-etherification (homopolymerization) of the epoxy groups.
The recent acquisition of Mason Chemical Company, a leader in quaternary ammonium compounds, has further enhanced Pilot's product portfolio through the addition of biocidal quats and tertiary amine derivatives.
Polymeric urethane ester tertiary amine conditioners
2] has the most similar structure with PMKPR, that is, both of them have two aliphatic tertiary amine corresponding to one carbonyl, which is more reactive than the aromatic tertiary amine.
After the addition of a tertiary amine, to neutralize the acid group, in the second step, the prepolymer is added to a water/diamine mixture in a separate vessel to produce the PUD.
These tertiary amine sites could effectively complex zinc ions and zinc-accelerator fragments, thereby restricting their mobility in the vulcanizate.