cyclohexylamine


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cyclohexylamine

[¦sī·klō·hek′sil·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H11NH2 A liquid with a strong, fishy, amine odor; miscible with water and common organic solvents; used in organic synthesis and in the manufacture of plasticizers, rubber chemicals, corrosion inhibitors, dye-stuffs, dry-cleaning soaps, and emulsifying agents.
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A fine-tuning may be achieved by slight variations of the DGEBA molar mass, the pot temperature, the BA amount or by replacing BA by cyclohexylamine.
The metabolism of cyclamate to cyclohexylamine in humans during long- term administration.
Schoenwald and his coworkers [8] synthesized N-cyclohexyl-N-ethylbenzylamine by refluxing N-ethyl cyclohexylamine benzylchloride and 4- methyl-2-pentanone.
Chemicals: benzene, bisphenol A epoxy resins, boron and its compounds, bromomethane, water-soluble copper salts (excluding complex salt), cyclohexylamine, dioxins, ethylbenzene, ethylene, ethylene glycol, ethylene glycol ethyl ether, formaldehyde, hydrogen fluoride and its water-soluble compounds, lead and its compounds, manganese and its compounds, nickel compounds, di-n-octyl phthalate, toluene, 1,3,5-trimethylbenzene, xylene
[23.] Yariv S., Heller L.: "Sorption of cyclohexylamine by montmorillonites".
In a study with cyclamate, Schechter & Roth (1971) observed that after 7 hours of intravenous administration of cyclohexylamine marked with carbon 14 to pregnant rats, the most important metabolite of cyclamate, radioactivity was not found in maternal organs.
increase for cyclohexylamine amine intermediates in the U.S.; $0.05/lb.
Three differing nitrogen derivatives were used: cyclohexylamine, cyclopentylamine, and tert-butylamine: the cyclohexylamine and cyclopentylamine were used primarily for molecular studies, and the tert-butylamine was primarily used to determine feasibility for eventual pentaprismane synthesis.
Amine evolved Boiling Ingredients Primay Secondary point [degrees] C TMTD, TMTM Dimethylamine 7.4 TBBS tert-butylamine 44 TETD Dimethylamine 56 MBDS, MBS Morpholine 128 DTDM, OTOS Cyclohexylamine CBS Dibutylamine 135 [TB.sub.Z]TD Dibenzylamine 300(d)
Cyclohexylamine (|C.sub.6~|H.sub.13~N) is a strong base which is completely miscible with water and common organic solvents.
At extremely high levels, cyclohexylamine, an occasional metabolic product of cyclamate, causes rats' testicles to shrink.
Investigators determined that during the third week of September, two corrosion-inhibiting chemicals, diethylaminoethanol (DEAE) and cyclohexylamine (CHA), had been added to the boiler water at four times normal strength, as recommended by the supplier; the boiler was left idle, and the concentration of DEAE and CHA was not diluted before the boiler was used on December 5.