- CAS Number: 3710-84-7
- Appearance: liquid
- Purity:%85 & %98
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Diethyl hydroxylamine (DEHA) is an organic chemical compound derived from hydroxylamine, DEHA is a reducing agent that naturally is a yellow liquid. Diethyl hydroxylamine can remove oxygen well and act as an oxidizing agent. C4H11NO is the chemical formula of this organic compound.
Hydrazine is often used in power plants to eliminate the risk of corrosion caused by water-soluble oxygen. Diethyl hydroxylamine in boilers is one of the most important deoxygenating agents in operating conditions. The rate of oxygen removal at low temperatures is low, but this problem can be solved by adding hydroquinone as a catalyst.
This organic compound can be used as an inhibitory agent in polymerization processes, it also has anti-corrosion properties and can be used to protect metals from undesirable corrosion, and in the photography industry and the emergence of color, photos can be color stable.
DEHA chemical structure is as follows:
In the following, we will get more acquainted with the physical and chemical properties of this material as well as its applications.
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Physical and chemical properties of Diethyl hydroxylamine (DEHA):
This chemical dissolves well in water and most organic solvents such as ethanol. its use has many advantages, this material is not sesame and it can be used at high temperatures and acids, it can also increase the useful life of equipment and maintenance costs. Diethyl hydroxylamine of course is known as Eco-friendly.
The most important physical and chemical properties of this material can be summarized in the following table:
|Molecular weight (g/mol)||288.424|
|Boiling point (°C)||426.7|
|Melting point (°C)||148.5|
|Solubility||Soluble in water|
Synthesis and production of Diethyl hydroxylamine (DEHA):
The production method of this organic chemical is by the reaction of triethylamine with peroxide. The reaction of triethylamine with peroxide can be performed at high temperatures, and after performing the desired reaction, purification and distillation operations must be performed on them. The desired substance is in the percentage of different purities, such as laboratory and industrial grades.
Applications and uses of Diethyl hydroxylamine (DEHA):
This chemical is a volatile substance that is used in industrial systems and boilers and its optimal effect on oxygen removal operations at low temperatures and pressures.
This yellow liquid is used in various industries. In water purification industries, it is an effective factor for removing oxygen from water.
This material is used to deactivate metal surfaces and to prevent corrosion of metals and industrial equipment. DEHA is also widely used in industrial boilers. it is also used as a cleaning agent in some industries.
The use of this substance is expanding due to its many benefits. Chemical safety, simplicity, high speed, and cost-effectiveness are some of the important advantages of the compound that have made it a popular material.
The main application of this product is in the water purification industries.
Comparison Of the Performance Of DEHA and Hydrazine:
In terms of oxygen inhibition, 40% more DEHA is required than hydrazine (N2H4).
The competitive advantage that DEHA has over hydrazine is due to fluctuations and Toxicity is low.
The LD50 for hydrazine is 82 mg/kg on rats and 91mg/kg on rabbits.
The same LD50 numbers for DEHA are 2190 mg/kg on rats and 1300 mg/kg on rabbits.
Diethyl hydroxylamine toxicity:
DEHA is not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), therefore, it cannot be used in systems related to food production. the toxicity of DEHA is very low.
According to the reports and researches, DEHA has no special toxic effect unless it is in contact with the human body in the long run, in which case safety measures are recommended.
As mentioned, this substance is non-toxic, but it is necessary to observe safety tips when using it, avoid direct contact with the skin, and do not expose yourself to the gases caused by it, use glasses, special clothes, and masks. And avoid contact with your eyes and skin.
Transporting and storage:
The storage place of this chemical is better to be cold and dry storage and away from heat and heat.