3-methoxypropylamine is a slightly yellowish colorless liquid, free from suspended in water and is miscible in almost all common organic solvents.
The sulfamic acid is a product in form of white, indoro and non-hygroscopic crystals. It is moderately soluble in water, and form strongly acidic solutions, but can be easily handled in its crystalline form.
Aminoethylethanolamine is a colorless viscous liquid, soluble in water and slightly soluble in ether. Air absorbs carbon dioxide releasing slight odor of ammonia.
Colorless liquid, stable under normal conditions of use and storage. It promotes urethane reaction and are commonly used in high rigid foam applications of water to reduce friability.
Benzotriazole (BTA) is a heterocyclic compound containing three nitrogen atoms, granular appearance and has white color, it is a polar compound very soluble in water, is not readily degradable.
Anhydrous Sodium Borohydride
Sodium borohydride, also known as sodium tetrahydroborate. This white solid, as a powder usually found soluble in methanol and water but reacts with both the absence of a base.
BHT is an antioxidant used to retard rancidity of fats and oils, aiding in the stabilization of many types of products and preventing changes in its color, odor or texture.
The carbohydrazide is a white crystalline powder used as an oxygen scavenger to prevent corrosion in closed water systems, it is generally used when necessary to stabilize the pressure and temperature. It is also used in the photographic industry as a pharmaceutical intermediate, stabilizer and water treatment products.
Propylene carbonate is a liquid with high boiling, non-volatile and colorless. It has a limited miscibility with water at room temperature, but is completely miscible with many organic solvents (eg ether, acetone, glycol, chloroform, DMF, ethyl alcohol, ethyl acetate).
It is a clear to yellowish liquid with fishy odor, melting point of -17.7 ° C and boiling point of 134.5 ° C, miscible with water. Like other amines, alkaline medium is compared to strong bases such as NaOH, but is a stronger base than their corresponding aromatic, aniline, which differs only in that its ring is aromatic. It is flammable with a flashpoint of 28.6 ° C. Explosive mixtures with air can be formed above 26 ° C.
Cyclo-hexalamina is used as an intermediate in the synthesis of some herbicides, antioxidants, vulcanization accelerators, drugs (e.g., mucolytics, analgesics, bronchodilators, corrosion inhibitors, some sweeteners (especially cyclamates), etc.
Benzalkonium Chloride 60% and 80%
Benzalkonium chloride (alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride) is a surface tension increasing agent and the cationic nitrogenous contact belongs to the group of quaternary ammonium compounds.
It is a salt readily soluble in water, alcohol and acetone. It is used as an antiseptic spermicide, nasal decongestant, and historically as a bactericide. Its use ranges from disinfecting skin and mucous membranes cleaning instruments undergoing sterilization, for growing peaches and even as a preservative.
The benzyl chloride is a liquid solvent used as intermediate agent in a wide range of segments.
Anhydrous Zinc Chloride
Zinc chloride is in the form of colorless crystals or white and highly soluble in water. It is hygroscopic and deliquescent. Samples should be protected from moisture sources, including the water vapor present in the air. Zinc chloride finds wide application in textile processing, metallurgical fluxing agents, and chemical synthesis such as dehydrating agent.
White, odorless crystalline powder, readily soluble in water, alcohol and ether. It is usually used in the production of a large variety of chemicals.
Diethylaniline or N, N-diethylaniline is the organic compound, the aniline derivative dietilado. It is a tertiary amine, similar ethylated N, N-dimethylaniline (DMA), also called N-fenildietilamina, diethylamino benzene, DEA N, N-dietilbenzenamina; N, N-dietilaminobenzeno. It is presented as a pale yellow to brown liquid with a melting point of 0 ° C and solubility in water of 1.4 g / 100ml.
Diethylenetriamine is a colorless liquid suspension-free, water-miscible and in almost all organic solvents.
Diethylethanolamine is a clear flammable liquid with amine odor. Used in paints and varnishes, water treatment, pharmaceutical industry, as corrosion inhibitor and neutralizer.
Diethylhydroxylamine 98% (DEHA 98)
Dimethyl amine 60% (DMA 60)
Colorless liquid as the amine odor, hazardous reactions with oxidizing materials and exothermic reactions with acids, is water miscible. It intermediate for the chemical industry, for example, the production of N, N-dimethylformamide, N, N-dimethylacetamide and dimethyl aminoalcohols. Initial product for vulcanization accelerators, emulsifiers, plasticizers, corrosion inhibitors, crop protection agents and pesticides.
The DMEA is a clear liquid with a slight ammonia odor. It is water miscible, and ether alcohols.
Colorless liquid with faint characteristic odor, does not decompose distillation, water-miscible alcohols, ethers, ketones, esters, carbon disulfide, and aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons. The DMF solvent properties are especially attractive due to the high dielectric constant aprotic solvent and a wide range of liquid and low volatility. It is often used for chemical reactions and other applications requiring a high solvency power. The product is known as a universal solvent.
Sodium gluconate is a salt of gluconic acid produced by the fermentation of glucose. Usually presents as a white powder brown, depending on the production process. The crystalline sodium gluconate structure is easily solubilized in water. This same crystal configuration allows its total biodegradation in just two days, in addition to being non-toxic, non-corrosive and have a chelating action far superior to EDTA salts. The term chelating action the property of certain molecules form bonds with metal ions, preventing their transition in reactive environment; This action inhibits the corrosive effects of the metal ions from interfering, allowing the reaction to occur without the occurrence of interfering particles.
Glutaraldehyde 50 %
Hexamethylene tetramine (Urotropina)
It is used in the plastics industry as phenol-formaldehyde hardener and urea formaldehyde resins, as a vulcanization accelerator, urea as an additive to fertilizers, avoiding hardening and improves the fluidity in the manufacture of metals as a corrosion inhibitor in production of pesticides, in the manufacture of fuel pellets in analytical chemistry as a component of buffers.
Methyl Diethanolamine (MDEA)
Hygroscopic liquid with amine odor, miscible in all proportions with water and in most organic solvents. It acts as a tertiary amine or alcohol. The product is stable at elevated temperatures, but must be keep away from oxidants and acids.
Mono Methylethanolamine (MMEA)
MMEA is a colorless, hygroscopic liquid with an odor similar to amine. The freshly distilled product is colorless, but prolonged storage can cause yellowing. MMEA is miscible in all proportions with water. It is also soluble in most organic solvents.
Chemically it behaves as a secondary amine and an alcohol. Neutralization of amino acids by function results in salt formation. The product is relatively stable at elevated temperatures, but must be keep away from oxidants and acids.
Monoethanolamine is a clear, slightly viscous and less volatile liquid ammonia odor, hygroscopic, water soluble and the majority of alcohols and polyols.
The phosphorous pentoxide is white crystalline solid pungent phosphoric acid anhydride. It is a powerful desiccant.
Tolyltriazole is a colorless or white powder or granule. It is a mixture of 4-methyl benzotriazole and 5-methyl-benzotriazole, melting point is 80 C to 86 C, soluble in ethanol, benzene, toluene, chloroform and aqueous liquor, and hardly soluble in water.