isopropanolamine

isopropanolamine

[¦ī·sə‚prō·pə′nal·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
CH3CH(OH)CH2NH2 A combustible liquid with a faint ammonia odor and a boiling point of 159.9°C; soluble in water; used as an emulsifying agent and for dry-cleaning soaps, wax removers, cosmetics, plasticizers, and insecticides.
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[USPRwire, Sat Aug 24 2019] Isopropanolamines Market Overview Isopropanolamine is a basic chemical that can be used in many applications to achieve basicity, buffering and alkalinity objectives.
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Anionic surfactant is in common use consist of soap of Alkali, Amines, Metals, Sulphated alcohal and Sulphonates Alkali Soap: Potassium and sodium stearate Amines Soap: Ethanolamine, Di ethanolamine, Isopropanolamine, oleic acid Metals Soap: Calcium and aluminum stearate 4 Ampholytic Substances whose ionic characteristics depend upon pH of the system.