CAS No.: 102-82-9
Molecular Formula: C12H27N Molecular Weight: 185.35
Tri-n-Butylamine (TNBA) is a clear colorless liquid with an amine-like odor, and has the tendency to change to pale yellow on prolonged storage. TNBA is insoluble in water and very soluble in alcohol and ether.
|Purity (by GC)||≥99.5%|
Tributylamine is used as proton scavenger in a variety of chemical processes and to produce quats (e.g. tributylmethyl and tetrabutyl ammonium bromide, chloride or bisulphate) which are used as phase transfer catalysts. It is utilized in the production of ammonium and phosphonium salts. Tributylamine is also used commercially as an acid acceptor, as an intermediate in the production of phase transfer catalysts, and used as directly as a catalyst in phenolic resins, polycarbonates, polyesters, and engineered plastics.
Metal pail, net wt 150kg
Shelf life 24 months in unopened, original container if stored at 20ºC. Protect form fire, static discharges, acids and acid forming substances.
Tri-n-butylamine; butylamine; TBA; TNBA; 1-butanamine,N,N-dibutyl; N,N-dibutylbutan-1-amin