What is Triethylamine?


CAS No.: 121-44-8
Molecular Formula: C6H15N
Triethylamine is a abject used to adapt esters and amides from acyl chlorides as able-bodied as in the amalgam of quaternary ammonium compounds. It acts as a enzyme in the accumulation of urethane foams and adhesive resins, dehydrohalogeantion reactions, acid antitoxin for extract reactions and Swern oxidations. It finds appliance in about-face appearance high-performance aqueous chromatography (HPLC) as a mobile-phase modifier. It is aswell used as an accelerator activator for rubber, as a propellant, as a bane inhibitor, as a abating and hardening abettor for polymers and for the desalination of seawater. Furthermore, it is used in automotive casting industry and bolt industry.