triethanolamine

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triethanolamine

[trī‚eth·ə′näl·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
(HOCH2CH2)3N A viscous, hygroscopic liquid with an ammonia aroma, soluble in chloroform, water, and alcohol, and boiling at 335°C; used in dry-cleaning soaps, cosmetics, household detergents, and textile processing, for wool scouring, and as a corrosion inhibitor.
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Sprtscream[R] XS Trolamine For the temporary relief of pain associated with musculoskeletal soreness and discomfort