Triethylamine (TEA) [121-44-8]
Triethylamine is used, among others: to compose mixtures; distribution of mixtures; use as an excipient as a catalyst in polymerization reactions. It is also used in foundry; chemicals used in mining; production of feeds for the needs of spray coatings.
Content (alkacymetric) min. 99.0%
Density (20 ° C) 0.725 – 0.729 g / ml
Water max. 0.1%
Roasting residue (SO4) max. 0.01%
Melting point: -115 ° C
Boiling point: 89.5 ° C
Auto-ignition temperature: 215 ° C
Flash point: -11 ° C
lower: 1.2% vol.
upper: 9.3% vol.
Vapor pressure: 70 hPa (20 ° C)
Density: 0.73 g / ml (20 ° C)
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