Mono IsoProplaymine 99%

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Mono Iso Propyl Amine Its physical state and appearance is in the form of liquid (Viscous (Syrupy). It has colorless to light yellow and ammoniacal disagreeable penetrating odor. It is used for enhancing the performance and application of epoxy coatings, adhesives, laminates, castings, and grouts. Furthermore, it is used in oil production chemicals for corrosion inhibitors, demulsifiers, and neutralizers, as well as functional additives that enhance certain separation techniques.

Physical and Chemical Properties
Physical state at 20 °C Liquid
Colour Clear Colorless
Odour Ammonia like odour
pH value 13 at 700 g/l at 20 °C
Melting point [°C] -101 °C
Auto-ignition temperature [°C] 402 ° C
Flammability (solid, gas) Flammable
Flash point [°C] -37 ° C
Boiling point [°C] 33 - 34 °C
Initial boiling point [°C] 33°C
Final boiling point [°C] 34 °C
Vapour pressure [20°C] 634.1 hPa at 20 °C
Vapour density 2.04
Density [g/cm3] 0.6891
Solubility in water [% weight] Soluble
Partition coefficient Log Pow octanol / water at 20°C -0.03
Explosion limits - upper [%] 10.40%
Explosion limits -lower [%] 2%

Isopropylamine is a building block for the preparation of many herbicides and pesticides including atrazine, bentazon, Roundup, imazapyr, ametryne, desmetryn, prometryn, pramitol, dipropetryn, propazine, fenamiphos, and iprodione.[3] It is a regulating agent for plastics, intermediate in organic synthesis of coating materials, plastics, pesticides, rubber chemicals, pharmaceuticals and others, and as an additive in the petroleum industry.