Ethylenediamine (EDA)

Product Line Ethylene amines and ethanolamines

Ethylene Amines

Ethylenediamine (EDA) is the ethyleneamine with the lowest molecular weight. It contains two primary amine groups and is a colorless liquid. It is commonly used as an intermediate to produce detergents, chelates, textile auxiliaries, agrochemicals and polyamides.

  • Product name

    Ethylenediamine (EDA)
  • Chemical family

    Ethylene Amines
  • CAS number

    107-15-3
  • Physical form

    Liquid
  • Chemical Formula

    C₂H₈N₂
  • Chemical name

    Ethane-1,2-diamine
  • Molecular Weight

    60.1

Market Segments

Chemical intermediates

Functions

  • Raw Material,
  • Scale inhibitor,
  • Chemical Intermediate,
  • Chemical Reagent,
  • Dispersing Agent,
  • Scale Removal and Control

Applications

  • Detergents,
  • Lubricant,
  • Petroleum Additive,
  • Pigments,
  • Polymer Polyols,
  • Printing Ink,
  • Bleaching,
  • Textile Auxiliary,
  • Textile Softeners,
  • Epoxy Coating,
  • Urethane Catalysts,
  • Adhesives
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