Trimethylamine is a colorless, flammable, liquefied gas.
Trimethylamine is widely used in organic synthesis. It is used to produce corrosion inhibitors, herbicides, anionic ion exchange resins, quaternary ammonium compounds like tetramethylammonium hydroxide, as well as dyes and dye leveling agents.
- Used in organic synthesis
- In the manufacturing of disinfectants
- To prepare quaternary ammonium compounds
- As a corrosion inhibitor
- In the preparation of choline chloride and of trimethylamine-borane addition compounds
|Chemical & Physical Properties|
|Specific Volume||6.54 cu. ft/lb|
|Flammability Limits in Air||2 - 11.6%|
|Pressure @ 70° F||13 psig|
|Valve Outlet||CGA 705|
|DOT Name||Trimethylamine, Anhydrous|
|DOT No.||UN 1083|
|DOT Label||Flammable Gas|
|Cylinder Size||Fill Weight (lbs)|
**Moisture level guaranteed only when Electronic Fluorocarbons prepares the cylinders.
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Product sold on the basis of total impurities. Individual impurities may vary slightly.
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