N-Octylamine is a colorless to yellow liquid with an amine-like odor. It
is miscible with almost all common organic solvents. Its molecular
weight is 129.25.
soluble in water and stable under ordinary conditions.
Amine is used for the synthesis of organic chemicals and surfactants
used as a corrosion inhibitor, detergent, ore floating agent, fabric
softener, antistatic agent, germicide, insecticide, emulsifier,
dispersant, anticaking agent, lubricant and water treatment agent.
Intermediate used in the production of: Industrial disinfectant,
Pharmaceuticals, Dyes, Pesticides, Additives for fuels and lubricants,
corrosion inhibitors, Plasticizers.
Organophosphoric derivatives such as tri-n-octyl phosphine oxide (TOPO),
tri-n-butyl phosphate (TBP) and long-chain, aliphatic amines such as
lauryl-trialkylmethylamine (Amberlite LA-2), tri-n-octylamine, tri-iso-octylamine,
tri-n-(octyl-decyl)-amine (Alamine 336) and quaternary alkylammonium
salt (Aliquat 336) are effective extractants for separation of
carboxylic acids from dilute aqueous solution.
mixture of tripropylamine (TPA) and trioctylamine (TOA) dissolved in
1-octanol/n-heptane was used in the reactive extraction of (L+) lactic
acid in aqueous solution.
Long-chain, aliphatic tertiary amines dissolved in suitable organic
solvents are effective extractants for carboxylic acids.
N-Octylamine has shelf life of 24 months in unopened, original
container. Protect form fire, static discharges, acids and acid forming
tri-n-octylamine and other degradation products, a GC method was
developed and subsequently extended to GUMS. All methods haveprecision
better than 5%. The combination of these methods allows both
quantitative analysis of the major solvent components and visualization
of any minor components, including breakdown products.
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