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.
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).
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.
Ethylenediamine is a colorless transparent liquid suspension free, soluble in water and in most common organic solvents.
Imidazole or imidazole is an organic compound, aromatic heterocyclic and classified as alkali. It is a yellowish crystal with amine odor.
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK)
Colorless oily liquid with special amine odor, soluble in water and various organic impregnates. Used as a neutralizing agent in water treatment or in the formulation of varnishes graphs.
N-Methyl 2-Pyrrolidone (NMP)
N-Methyl Pyrrolidone, is a low volatility organic solvent, widely used in industry due to the low emission of volatile organic compounds and their solubility in water. It belongs to a class of dipolar aprotic solvents which also includes dimethylformamide, dimethylacetamide and dimethylsulfoxide.
Paraformaldehyde is a polymer of low molecular weight, white solid with a characteristic pungent formaldehyde odor. Paraformaldehyde is slightly soluble in alcohols, insoluble in ethers, hydrocarbons and carbon tetrachloride. It is on insoluble in cold water but soluble in hot water with depolymerization. Paraformaldehyde is stable under recommended storage conditions.