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Diethanolamine. Acts as a vulcanizing agent. It is formed by the reaction of monoethanolamine with ethylene oxide. Exhibits low volatility at room temperature. Suitable for rubbers... view more
Diethanolamine in aqueous solution. Acts as a vulcanizing agent. It is a modified version of diethanolamine (DEA) that facilitates handling, by reducing the potential to solidify in equipment and... view more
Monoethanolamine. Acts as a vulcanizing agent. It is the simplest of all ethanolamines and results from the reaction of ammonia with ethylene oxide. Exhibits low volatility at room temperature... view more
Triethanolamine (85%). Acts as a vulcanizing agent. It is formed by the reaction of diethanolamine and ethylene oxide. Exhibits low volatility at room temperature. Suitable for rubbers... view more
Triethanolamine (99%). Acts as a vulcanizing agent. It is formed by the reaction of diethanolamine and ethylene oxide. Exhibits low volatility at room temperature. Suitable for rubbers... view more
Triethanolamine (99%). Acts as a vulcanizing agent. It is a modified version of triethanolamine (TEA) 99 that facilitates handling, by reducing the potential to solidify in equipment and piping that... view more
Triethanolamine (90%). Acts as a vulcanizing agent. It is formed by the reaction of diethanolamine and ethylene oxide. Exhibits low volatility at room temperature. Suitable for rubbers... view more
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