dimethylamine

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dimethylamine [(CH3)2NH]

a secondary amine found in guano and decomposing fish.

dimethylamine

(dī-mĕth″ĭl-ăm′ĭn)
(CH3)2NH; a malodorous product of decay of materials that contain proteins.
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The mixture was stirred for 4h, and then a certain equivalent of hexadecyl dimethyl amine was added and reacted for another 4h under the same conditions.
US Patent 8,871,700 B2: Procter & Gamble has patented a liquid cleaning and disinfecting composition that is comprised of C12-14 linear alkyl dimethyl amine oxide; a Zn2+ salt selected from the group consisting of Zn carbonate, Zn sulphate, Zn citrate and mixtures thereof; an anionic surfactant selected from the group consisting of alkyl sulfate, alkyl ethoxy sulfate and mixtures thereof; an organic solvent selected from the group consisting of ethanol, benzyl alcohol, and mixtures thereof; and at least one biocide selected from the group consisting of a halogenated benzyl alcohol derivative, a halogenated hydroxy-diphenylether, a quaternary ammonium salt, an alkylbenzethonium chloride, a peroxide bleach system, and mixtures thereof.
P&G Chemicals will continue to market Feixiang's alkyl dimethyl amines and dialkyl methylamines exclusively through its global network with the existing multi-year agreement.