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If RXH is not acid enough to release a proton at alkaline pH, as it is the case with amines, then the reaction has to be carried out in two steps. During the first step the first EO mole is added at acid pH, so that the amine is transformed in ammonium. The reaction produce the mono-, di- and tri-ethanol amines.
Proton release from ammonium NH4+ → NH3 + H+ (here RX- is NH3) Then, the three condensation reactions:
NH3 + EO → NH2CH2CH2OH (mono-ethanol amine MEA)
NH2CH2CH2OH + EO → NH(CH2CH2OH)2 (di-ethanol amine DEA)
NH-(CH2CH2OH)2 + EO → N(CH2CH2OH)3 (tri-ethanol amine TEA)
With an alkyl amine, first the alkyl ammoniumion is formed and it is deprotonated:
RNH3+ → RNH2 + H+ (here RX- is RNH2)
RNH2 + EO → RNH-CH2CH2OH (mono-ethanol alkyl amine)
RNH-CH2CH2OH + EO → RN(CH2CH2OH)2 (di-ethanol alkyl amine)
Once the ethanol amine is attained, the EO polycondensation is carried out at alkaline pH as previously. In many instance the first ethoxylation is stopped when the monoethanol alkyl amine is formed in order to avoid the polycondensation in more than one chain.
|PRODUCT NAME||:||DI ETHANOL AMINE|
|Solubility in water||:||COMPLETE|
|Density||:||1.09 at 20 oC|
|Boiling point||:||269 oC|
|Melting point||:||28 oC|
|Explosive limits||:||0.1 mbar at 20 oC|
|Vapour pressure||:||0.1 mbar at 20 oC|
|TLV Country NL Year 1995||:||3 ppm 15 mg/m3|
|Pollution category 1994||:||D|
DEA - DI ETHANOL AMINE is most commonly used as a surfactant in cleaning industries and as a corrosion inhibitor in oil field industries. DI ETHANOL AMINE chemically reacts and remove hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide from natural gas due this property DEA used in oil refineries as a deodourizer to remove hydrogen sulfide from sour gas.