Tridodecylamine is a tertiary fatty amine. Its structure depicts 3 long carbon chains. They are responsible for the hydrophobic nature of the molecule and its hierarchy of applications. It is naturally found in Bos taurus and has a role as rat / mouse metabolite.
The product is manufactured in a condensation process involving dodecanol and ammonia. Some processes use dodecyl bromide.
|Tridodecylamine has various end uses:
|As fragrance ingredient
|For extraction of picolinic acid, citric acid, and succinic acid as well as silver, mercury, selenium, zinc, cobalt, and iron from their aqueous solutions
|In synthesis of surfactant-based ionic liquids
|In preparation of embedded telemetry systems for potentiometric censors
|As antistatic agent in cosmetics
|As an intermediate in surfactant production
|As emulsifying and dispersing agent
|As corrosion inhibitor and lubricant
|As surface active agent, adsorbent, and absorbent in industrial processes
|Appearance (at 25°C)
|Colorless to yellowish transparent liquid
|Tertiary amine value
|105.0 – 109.0
|Tertiary amine nitrogen
|Tertiary amine content
The product is stored at ambient temperature.
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