Tetraethylenepentamine (TEPA)

Ethylene Amines

Tetraethylenepentamine (TEPA) is a yellowish liquid containing linear, branched and cyclic molecules. TEPA is commonly used as an additive in fuel and lubricating oil production, as an epoxy curing agent or in the manufacture of asphalt additives.

  • Product name

    Tetraethylenepentamine (TEPA)
  • Chemical family

    Ethylene Amines
  • CAS number

    90640-66-7, 112-57-2 (L-TEPA)
  • Physical form

    Liquid
  • ProductChemicalFormula

    C₈H₂₃N₅ (L-TEPA)
  • Chemical name

    N'-[2-[2-(2-aminoethylamino)ethylamino]ethyl]ethane-1,2-diamine
  • Molecular Weight

    189.31 (L-TEPA)

Market Segments

Chemical intermediates

Functions

  • Raw Material,
  • Intermediate,
  • Bitumen Emulsifier,
  • Chemical Intermediate,
  • Chemical Reagent

Applications

  • Epoxies,
  • General Purpose Surfactants,
  • Adhesive,
  • Oildrilling,
  • Oilfield,
  • Paint,
  • Petroleum Additive,
  • Polyamide,
  • Pulp and paper,
  • Textile Auxiliary,
  • Textile Softeners,
  • Epoxy Coating,
  • Water treatment,
  • Fuel Additive,
  • Corrosion inhibitor