|Product:||Industrial Grade Pure Morpholine Diethylenimide Oxide||Grade:||Industrial Grade|
|Molecular Formula:||C₄H₉NO||Molecular Weight:||87.12|
|Color:||Clear, Colorless||Odor:||Fishlike Odor|
|CAS No.:||110-91-8||HS Code:||2934999099|
industrial grade Morpholine,
Fibre Industry Diethylenimide Oxide
Industrial Grade Pure Morpholine Diethylenimide Oxide CAS 110-91-8 for Enamines Short Lead Time
> Industrial Grade
> Purity 99.0% Min.
> CAS No. 110-91-8
> HS Code 2934999099
> For Chemical, Plastic Industry
> Packing Steel Drum or ISO tank
> Fibre Industry
> Organic Synthesis
> Rubber Industry
> Water Treatment
> One-stop service
> High quality products
> Professional marketing team
> Stable long-term contract supply
> Short lead time with storage at tank in port
> Served hundreds of customers in 10+ countries
Morpholine appears as a colorless liquid with a fishlike odor. Flash point 100°F. Corrosive to tissue. Less dense than water and soluble in water. Vapors heavier than air. Morpholine is an organic chemical compound that may be produced by the dehydration of diethanolamine with sulfuric acid.
Due to morpholine's chemical stability and similar volatility to water, it makes an excellent corrosion inhibitor for steam boilers and water treatment systems. Morpholine is also used as a common emulsifier used in fruit waxes to protect against fungal and insect contamination. Morpholine can be used as a pH modifier for fossil and nuclear fuels, in rubber accelerants, as a descaling agent, antiseptic, textile printing and dyeing agent, antioxidant, deodorizer, and in medicines and pesticides.
Morpholine is a simple heterocyclic compound that has great industrial importance and a wide range of applications. This chemical compound and its derivatives have been used as rubber additives, corrosion inhibitors, solvents, optical brighteners, antioxidants and in the manufacture of a range of drugs and herbicides. Consequently, morpholine can occur in a number of industrials effluents and can be disseminated in the environment.
Morpholine is subject to N-nitrosation by nitrites and this reaction gives the potent mutagen N-nitrosomorpholine . These inconveniences can be avoided by elimination of morpholine from wastewater and effluents by biological treatments.
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