Diethylamine (DEA) is a secondary amine which belongs to the class of dialkylamines and is produced from Bio-Ethanol, a renewable resource.
Diethylamine is a verstile intermediate for synthesis reactions. It is used for the production of DEET, a very well known insect repellent.
As a neutralizating agent, DEA is used to neutralise and solubilise a variety of resins for water-soluble paints.
DEA is a versatile intermediate for synthesis reactions.
DEA is utilised in the production of rubber chemicals, for example, tetraethyl thiuram disulphide.
DEA is used for the production of Diethylaminoethanol, a product used mainly in water treatment as corrosion inhibitor.
|Product||CAS No.||M [g/mol]||Assay [%]||b.p [C]||m.p. [C]|
|Diethylamine anhydrous||109-89-7||73.14||min. 99.5||56||- 50|