Chemical

Products

Di-N-Butylamine

Cas Number

111-92-2

Other Names

(Dibutyl)amine

Dibutylamine (deprecated)

The formula

C8H19N

Introduction

Dibutylamine is an amine used as a corrosion inhibitor, in the manufacture of emulsifiers, and as a flotation agent. It is flammable and toxic.

Physical and Chemical Properties
Chemical formula C8H19N
Molar mass 129.25 g·mol−1
Appearance Colorless liquid
Odor Fishy, ammoniacal
Density 767 mg mL−1
Melting point −61.90 °C; −79.42 °F; 211.25 K
Boiling point 137 to 177 °C; 278 to 350 °F; 410 to 450 K
Solubility in water 4.7 g L−1
Vapor pressure 340 Pa
Henry's law constant (kH) 110 mol Pa−1 kg−1
Magnetic susceptibility (χ) -103.7·10−6 cm3/mol
Refractive index(nD) 1.417
Applications

Rubber Chemicals

As a raw material for Accelerators like Sodium Di-n-Butyl Dithio Carbamate, Zinc Di-n-Butyl Dithio Carbamate (ZBDC).

Polymers

As a catalyst in the manufacture of Polyphenylene Ethers.

Surfactant

As a raw material for 2-Di-n-Butylamino-Ethanol-- an Emulsifier.

Water Treatment

Anti fungal agents Dibutyl Dithio Carbamate Sodium Salt.

Corrosion Inhibitor

The Phosphates of Di-n-Butylamine are used as Corrosion inhibitor in hydraulic fluids with castrol oil base.

Other Application

As a Catalyst in the manufacture of Hydrogen Peroxide.