diisopropanolamine


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diisopropanolamine

[dī¦ī‚sō‚prō·pə′näl·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3CHOHCH2)2NH A white, crystalline solid with a boiling point of 248.7°C; used as an emulsifying agent for polishes, insecticides, and water paints. Abbreviated DIPA.
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Davis and Sandall (1993) studied the separation of C[O.sub.2] from C[H.sub.4] by supported liquid membrane containing secondary amine solutions such as diethanolamine and diisopropanolamine in polyethylene glycol 400.
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