Aqueous Diethanolamine (DEA) is a colorless organic liquid with an ammonia-like odor and is a bifunctional amine alcohol. Diethanolamine, like other amines, is a weak base and has the hydrophilic properties of alcohols and is soluble in water. Diethanolamine is used as a sweetening agent, surfactant or anti-corrosion agent. The advantage of using the chemical substance Diethanolamine compared to other amine compounds is not producing products such as CoS and CS2 and saving energy.
|Molecular weight||105 gr/mole|
|Boiling point||271 °C|
|Melting point||28 °C|
|Appearance||Colorless crystals (in pure form)|
It is packed in 220 liter metal drums.
- Gas sweetening
- Surfactant and anti-corrosion
- Textile Industry
- Production of detergents
- Cosmetics industry
N,N-Bis (2-hydroxyethyl) amine
- Bis (hydroxyethyl) amine