CAS No.: 121-44-8
Molecular Formula: (C2H3)3N Molecular Weight: 101.19
Triethylamine is a colorless liquid, free of suspended matter. It is miscible with nearly all common organic solvents, and with water at temperatures below 18.7℃.
|Appearance||Colorless transparent liquid, without mechanical admixture|
|Purity (by GC)||≥99.5%|
The main application of Triethylamine is the use as proton scavenger; however, it is also used in the production of diethylhydroxylamine and other organic compounds and as a curing agent in the resin production. Triethylamine also has multiple uses as an organic base in the preparation of quaternary ammonium products. It is commonly used a catalyst in the making of foundry sand molds, phenolic resins, polycarbonates, polyesters, and engineered plastics. Triethylamine has a variety of pharmaceutical applications where it is used as an extraction solvent. Triethylamine is also used in the synthesis of pesticides, pharmaceuticals, paints and coatings, and corrosion inhibitors.
Closed steel drum, net wt 140Kg.
Triethylamine has shelf life of 12 months in unopened, original container. Protect from fire, static discharges, acids and acid forming substances.
Triethylamine; TEA; N,N-diethylethanamine; (diethylamino)ethane