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.

Characteristics

Molecular weight 105 gr/mole
Boiling point 271 °C
Melting point 28 °C
Appearance Colorless crystals (in pure form)

Packing

  It is packed in 220 liter metal drums.

Application

  • Gas sweetening
  • Surfactant and anti-corrosion
  • Textile Industry
  • Production of detergents
  • Cosmetics industry

Other Names

  • 2,2′-Iminodiethanol

  • β,β’-Dihydroxydiethylamine

  • N,N-Bis (2-hydroxyethyl) amine

  • Bis (hydroxyethyl) amine
  • DEA

Chemical Formula

  • C4H11NO2

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