Versatile, multi-functional molecules, usually exhibiting higher activity than amines and alcohols. The alkanolamines and their aqueous solutions will absorb carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide at lower temperatures and release the acid gases at higher temperatures. This forms the basis for processes which separate carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide from gas streams.



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Strong tertiary amine with good reserve alkalinity. Mild staining on Aluminium. Low tendency to Cobalt leaching. Low volatility, pour point and viscosity, allowing safe and easy handling

  • 105-59-9


Used in oilfield applications to remove carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide and carbonyl sulphide. Selective solvent for recovering aromatics from refinery streams. Metalworking, personal care and electronics applications for stabilising foam, wetting and emulsifying.

  • 929-06-6