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CAS Number = 11119-98-5
EC Number = 607-973-6

Stearylamine, saturated fatty amines C 16 -C 18

Ethoxylated Stearylamine = 2-[2-[2-(2-Hydroxyethoxy)ethyl-octadecylamino]ethoxy]ethanol

Catalog Number  ACM11119985
Product Name    2-[2-[2-(2-Hydroxyethoxy)ethyl-octadecylamino]ethoxy]ethanol
CAS   11119-98-5
Synonyms  Nissan Nymeen S 204, Hostastat FA 14, Nikkol TAMNS 5, Rokamin S-22, Ethox SAM 2, Kemamine AS 990, Nissan Nymeen 204, Nikkol TAMNS 10, Ameate 308, Genamin S 100, Genamin S 150, Genamin S 200, Genamin S 250, Nonio-Light NS 9H, Oxamin S 60, Amiladin C 1802, Chemeen 18-5, Chemeen 18-6, Imbentin SAM 160, Imbentin SAM 250
EC Number    607-973-6
IUPAC Name     2-[2-[2-(2-hydroxyethoxy)ethyl-octadecylamino]ethoxy]ethanol
Category        Heterocyclic Organic Compound
Molecular Formula    C26H55NO4
Molecular Weight       445.719 g/mol
H-Bond Donor    2
H-Bond Acceptor      5

Antistatic agent

CAS number: 26635-92-7
CAS Number = 26635-93-8
Groups: All Chemicals

IUPAC Name: 2-[2-[2-(2-hydroxyethoxy)ethyl-octadecyl-amino]ethoxy]ethanol
CAS Number: 99241-69-7
Chemical Formula: C26H55NO4

Properties of Genamin S 150
Solubility: practically insoluble
Physical Description: oily liquid

Oxyethylated fatty amines are manufactured by Clariant under the Genamin brand name.
They represent a small class of surfactants (surfactants) obtained by reacting primary fatty amines with ethylene oxide.

Where R is a hydrocarbon radical with a chain length from C 8 to C 18 , and x + y = n is the number of moles of ethylene oxide added to one mole of fatty amine or the degree of ethoxylation.
By changing the type of hydrocarbon radical and / or the number of ethylene oxide units in the surfactant molecule, ethoxylated amines with desired properties and purposes can be synthesized.

Each series of ethoxylated fatty amines "Genamin" includes a number of products that differ in the degree of ethoxylation (Table 2).
The number of oxyethylated groups contained in the amine molecule is indicated by the number in the trade name of the substance.
For example, the entry "Genamin S 80" means that ethoxylated stearylamine is prepared by adding 8 moles of ethylene oxide to the amine.
The last digit "zero" in all numbers indicates that the content of the active substance in the product is about 100%.
The degree of ethoxylation of amines in different series of "Genamin" varies in the range from 2 to 20 (Table 2).
If for special purposes an intermediate degree of amine ethoxylation is required, and there are only products with a greater or lesser degree of ethoxylation, then the required product can be prepared by mixing adjacent products.
When mixing ethoxylated amines, the amine number is used as the basis for calculations.
Sometimes, such mixtures are more effective in practical use than the original individual substances.

Genamin® S 150 is a surfactant for the chemical-technological industry.
This yellow to brown liquid is composed of stearylamine with 15 mol EO.
The "S" grade means the group is distinguished by its saturated C16-C18 fatty amines.

Genamin grades can be combined with all types at nonionic and cationic surfactants.
The compatibility with anionic products must be checked for each case.
The Genamin grades are resistant to most chemicals at typical concentrations used.
They are insensitive to water hardness.
Their specific surface active properties make them valuable bases and additives for the chemical technical industry.
They can be used to manufacture textile auxiliaries (e.g.
products for dyeing) mineral oil additives, crop protection products and pesticides, raw materials for cosmetics and adhesives.

Physicochemical characteristics
Ethoxylated amines "Genamin" are clear viscous liquids.
Depending on the characteristics of the production technology and the quality of the feedstock, their color can vary from light yellow (almost colorless) to brown.
Typical amine numbers range from 44 to 216 mg KOH / g of substance.
The maximum water content is 1.0-0.5%.
The concentration of primary and secondary amines is less than 1-2%.
The solubility of ethoxylated amines in water depends on the hydrophilic-lipophilic balance (HLB) of the product.
Products with an HLB value ≥ 9 are highly soluble in water, ethylene glycol, acetone, chloroform and ethanol; at values ​​of 5 ≤ HLB ≤ 9, ethoxylated amines form dispersions with water and transparent solutions with mineral oils.
Aqueous solutions of ethoxylates have an alkaline reaction of the medium pH = 9-11.
Ethoxylated fatty amines, depending on the conditions, exhibit the characteristics of nonionic or cationic surfactants.
In alkaline environments, they acquire nonionic properties similar to those of ethoxylated alcohols.
The presence of a polyester chain in the amine molecule gives them excellent emulsifying, dispersing, wetting and detergent properties.
Due to the formation of hydrogen bonds between water and etheric oxygen atoms, amines acquire the properties of dissolving in water, including water containing electrolytes.
The degree of hydration of the polyester chain decreases with increasing temperature, leading to cloudiness of the solution, indicating the loss of the hydration shell by the surfactant molecule with a corresponding decrease in solubility.
Highly ethoxylated amines may not have a cloud point.
In such cases, its appearance is caused by the addition of inorganic electrolytes to the solution of a nonionic surfactant: sodium chloride, sodium sulfate, potassium chloride, etc., which is explained by the salting out effect.
There is a relationship between the cloud point of the ethoxylated amine and the hydrophilic-lipophilic balance value.
In the HLB system, nonionic surfactants are classified on a scale from 0 to 20.
Ideally, HLB surfactants are defined as the ratio of the molecular weight of the hydrophilic part of the surfactant molecule (Mm) to the total molecular weight (M), multiplied by 20.
The presence of a nitrogen atom in the molecule of ethoxylated amines gives these compounds important advantages in properties and, therefore, in use over ethoxylated alcohols.
In acidic media, at pH <6.0, ethoxylated amines are protonated and acquire additional anticorrosive, antistatic, bactericidal, rheological and other properties of cationic surfactants.
Separately, it should be noted that ethoxylated amines are highly resistant to decomposition in strongly acidic, strongly alkaline and oxidizing environments.
When preparing completely homogeneous aqueous solutions of ethoxylated amines "Genamin", it is preferable to carry out the dissolution process at temperatures of 50-60 ° C.
This recommendation is due to the fact that in a certain range of surfactant concentrations (usually between 70 and 40% of the active substance), jelly-like hydrates may appear, which slowly dissolve in cold water.
Gel formation can also be eliminated by the addition of solubilizers such as ethyl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, ethylene glycol, propylene glycol, ethylene glycol propylene glycol ethers, alkyl polyglycosides, sodium cumene sulfonate, etc.
These substances are also suitable if ethoxylated amines form cloudy solutions (emulsions) due to low HLB, limited solubility in concentrated solutions and in the presence of a large amount of electrolytes.
The solubility of ethoxylated amines always increases with their degree of ethoxylation.
Ethoxylated products with 2-5 moles of ethylene oxide per molecule form dispersions at room temperature.
Medium and highly ethoxylated products dissolve to form clear solutions (Table 2).
Mixing low ethoxylated amines with more highly ethoxylated amines always increases the solubility of the former in aqueous solutions.
With the same degree of ethoxylation, more soluble products are amines with a shorter and less saturated hydrocarbon chain.
The solubilizing and wetting ability of ethoxylated amines increases with an increase in molecular weight or with an increase in their concentration in solution.
The maximum possible foaming capacity is observed for ethoxylated cocoylamines and decreases with the growth of the hydrocarbon chain.
Depending on the HLB value, the degree of ethoxylation and the type of hydrocarbon radical, ethoxylated fatty amines "Genamin" can be combined into the following groups for use 

Applications of Genamin S 150:

Oil-in-water emulsifiers, dispersants, detergents, foam surfactants for the following products:
- emulsifiers for pesticides;
- means for dyeing fabrics;
- fabric softeners;
- water-emulsion paints

Handling and storage
Ethoxylated amines are transported in containers made of steel and glass fiber reinforced polyester.
To prevent decomposition and deterioration of color, products are recommended to be stored at a temperature not exceeding 50 ° C.
In the case of freezing and subsequent thawing, oxyethylated amines do not lose their consumer properties.

Oxyethylated amines are low toxicity products.
The oral lethal dose (LD50) for animals is 1.5-2.5 g / kg.
With prolonged exposure, oxyethylated amines can penetrate intact human and animal skin, causing eczema.
In case of contact with eyes, irritates the mucous membrane of the eyes.
The maximum permissible concentration (MPC) in the waters of cultural, household and fishery purposes is less than 5 mg / l.

GHS Hazard Statements    
H302 (32.41%): Harmful if swallowed [Warning Acute toxicity, oral]
H315 (93.06%): Causes skin irritation [Warning Skin corrosion/irritation]
H318 (88.89%): Causes serious eye damage [Danger Serious eye damage/eye irritation]
H400 (87.5%): Very toxic to aquatic life [Warning Hazardous to the aquatic environment, acute hazard]
H410 (98.15%): Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects [Warning Hazardous to the aquatic environment, long-term hazard]

Precautionary Statement Codes    
P264, P270, P273, P280, P301+P312, P302+P352, P305+P351+P338, P310, P321, P330, P332+P313, P362, P391, and P501

ECHA C&L Notifications Summary    
Aggregated GHS information provided by 221 companies from 15 notifications to the ECHA C&L Inventory.
Reported as not meeting GHS hazard criteria by 5 of 221 companies.
Of the 14 notification(s) provided by 216 of 221 companies with hazard statement code(s).

Information may vary between notifications depending on impurities, additives, and other factors.
The percentage value in parenthesis indicates the notified classification ratio from companies that provide hazard codes.
Only hazard codes with percentage values above 10% are shown.

Hazard Classes and Categories

Acute Tox.
4 (32.41%)
Skin Irrit.
2 (93.06%)
Eye Dam.
1 (88.89%)
Aquatic Acute 1 (87.5%)
Aquatic Chronic 1 (98.15%)

TAM 105 ; Tallow alkyl amines, ethoxylated ; Toximul TA 10 ; Toximul TA 15 ; Toximul TA2 ; Toximul TA 5 ; Toximul TA 6 ; Trymeen 6606 ; Trymeen 6607 ; Trymeen TAM ; VaronicT 202 ; Varonic T 205 ; Varonic T 210 ; Varonic T 216 ; Varonic T 220 ; Varonic T220D ; Weedmaster CT Surfactant ; Witcamine 405 ; Witcamine 6606 ; Witcamine TAM105 ; Witcamine TAM 45 ; Witconol TD 1407 ; Tam 15 ; Teric 17M2 ; Teric 204 ; Terwet 3780 ; Toximul 8362 ; Agnique Tam5 ; Alkaminox T 12 ; Alkaminox T 2 ; Amiet 502 ; Amiladin D ; Amines, tallow, ethoxylated ; Amines, tallow, polyethoxylated ; Atlas G 3762 ; Atlas G 3780644 ; Atlas G 3780A ; Atmer 261 ; Berol 392 ; Chemeen T 5 ; Crisomin T 15 ; Crodamet T 15 ; Entry II ; Ethokem ; Ethomeen T ; Ethomeen T 12 ; Ethomeen T 15 ; Ethomeen T 16 ; Ethomeen T20 ; Ethomeen T 25 ; Ethomeen T 27 ; Ethomeen T 30 ; Ethomeen T 40 ; Ethomeen T 70 ; Ethox TAM 15 ; Ethox TAM 2 ; Ethox TAM 20 ; Ethox TAM 5 ; Ethoxamine SF 11 ; Ethoxamine SF 15 ; Ethoxylated tallow alkyl amines ; Ethoxylated tallow amines ; Ethylan TT 05 ; Ethylan TT 15 ; Ethylan TT 203 ; Ethylan TT 40 ; Frigate ; G 3780A ; Genamin T ; Genamin T 020 ; Genamin T 050 ; Genamin T 080 ; Genamin T 100 ; GenaminT 120 ; Genamin T 150 ; Genamin T 200 ; Genamin T 200NF ; Genamin T 250 ; HostastatFA 38 ; Hyspray ; Icomeen T 15 ; Icomeen T 2 ; Jeetox T 2 ; KFG 597C ; Katapol PN430 ; Katapol PN 530 ; Katapol PN 730 ; Katapol VP 532 ; Kemamine AS 974-1 ; MON0818 ; Mazeen T 2 ; Meteor ; Nalco NM 159 ; Newcol TA 420 ; Nissan Nymeen T 2-202 ; Nissan Nymeen T 2-230 ; Nissan Nymeen T 2-260 ; Noramox S ; Noramox S 1 ; Noramox S11 ; Noramox S 2 ; Noramox S 5 ; Noramox S 7 ; Prevocell 1618/3 ; Rhodameen IT50/46 ; Rhodameen PN 430 ; Rhodameen T 12/90 ; Rhodameen T 15 ; Rhodameen T 50 ; Rhodameen T 7 ; Rhodameen VP 532 ; Rhodameen VP 532SPB ; Surfonic AGM 510 ; Surfonic T 10 ; Surfonic T 15 ; Surfonic T 2 ; Surfonic T 20 ; Surfonic T 5 ; Surfonic T 6 ; PEG-N tallowamine ; ; Amines, tallow alkyl,ethoxylated

Synonyms: 11119-98-5, 132909-78-5, 134809-17-9, 145445-97-2, 145699-52-1, 26635-80-3, 26635-92-7, 37208-37-0, 37208-38-1, 38406-51-8, 39392-85-3, 62229-30-5, 68859-80-3, 80256-99-1, 80893-20-5, 88747-41-5, 96387-74-5, 99241-69-7, Ameate 308, Amiladin C 1802, Bis(poly(oxyethylene))octadecylamine, Chemeen 18-10, Chemeen 18-5, Chemeen 18-6, DS 79, Ethomeen 18/12, Ethomeen 18/15, Ethomeen 18/17, Ethomeen 18/20, Ethomeen 18/25, Ethomeen 18/60, Ethox SAM 2, Ethoxylated octadecylamine, Ethoxylated stearylamine, Ethylene oxide - stearylamine polymer, Genamin S 100, Genamin S 150, Genamin S 200, Genamin S 250, Glycols, polyethylene, (octadecylimino)diethylene ether, Hostastat FA 14, Imbentin SAM 160, Imbentin SAM 250, Kemamine AS 990, KM 186, N,N'-BIS(POLYOXYETHYLENE)STEARYLAMINE, N,N'-Polyoxyethylenated stearylamine, N,N-Bis(poly(oxyethylene))stearylamine, N-Polyoxyethylated-N-octadecylamine, Nikkol TAMNS 10, Nikkol TAMNS 5, Nissan Nymeen 204, Nissan Nymeen S 202, Nissan Nymeen S 204, Nissan Nymeen S 210, Nissan Nymeen S 215, Nissan Nymeen S 220, Nonio-Light NS 9H, Nymeen S 202, Nymeen S 204, Nymeen S 210, Octadecylbis(polyoxyethylene)amine, Octadecyldiethanolamine bis(polyethylene glycol monoether), Oxamin S 60, Poly(ethylene oxide) stearylamine diether, Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha,alpha'-((octadecylimino)di-2,1-ethaned
iyl)bis(omega-hydroxy-, Poly(oxyethylene) stearylamine ether, Polyethylene glycol - stearylamine adduct (2:1), Polyoxyethylenated octadecylamine, Rokamin S-22, Stearylamine, ethoxylated

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