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ethanolamine

 [eth″ah-nol´ah-mēn]
ethanolamine oleate the oleate salt of monoethanolamine, used as a sclerosing agent in treatment of varicose veins and esophageal varices.

ethanolamine

/eth·a·nol·amine/ (eth″ah-nol´ah-mēn) monoethanolamine.
ethanolamine oleate  the oleate salt of monoethanolamine, used as a sclerosing agent in treatment of varicose veins and esophageal varices.

ethanolamine

(ĕth′ə-nŏl′ə-mēn′, -nō′lə-)
n.
1. A hygroscopic viscous colorless liquid, C2H7NO, having a strong ammoniacal odor and used in acid gas scrubbers, in hide and hair treatments, and as a surfactant and emulsifier.
2. A class of sedative antihistamines that are ethanolamine derivatives, such as dimenhydrinate and diphenhydramine.

ethanolamine

an amino alcohol formed by the decarboxylation of serine. It is a component of certain cephalins and phospholipids and is used as a surfactant in pharmaceutic products. Also called monoethanolamine.

ethanolamine

a colorless, moderately viscous liquid with an ammoniacal odor contained in cephalins and phospholipids, and derived metabolically by decarboxylation of serine.

ethanolamine phosphotransferase
an enzyme of the endoplasmic reticulum, particularly in the liver, that catalyzes the biosynthesis of phosphatidylethanolamine.
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Since the domestic supply of ethanolamine can't meet the demand in China, besides the quality of domestic products fails in the requirement of some downstream products, such as glyphosate and taurine, a large quantity of ethanolamine is imported annually to China before 2011.
The growth in the global ethanolamine market is mainly attributed to the rise in demand in the developing economies of APAC and Europe.
A study of the interaction of copper ethanolamine and wood components using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) confirmed that Cu-EA interacts with carboxylic groups, phenolic hydroxyl groups and ester groups on lignin to form copper carboxylate and phenolate complexes (Zhang and Kamdem 2000).
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As for EO downstream industries in 2012, ethylene glycol accounted for 49% of market shares, non-ionic surface active agent 20%, water reducing agent 11%, polyether 7%, ethanolamine 8%, glycol ether 3%, choline and others accounted for about 2% of market shares.
There are many chemicals that can be used as a plasticizer for starch such as polyol, sorbitol (8), urea (18), ethanolamine (18), acetamide (19), formamide (19), and also mixed plasticizer (15), (18-22).
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2-(Dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate (DMEM), triethanolamine (TEOHA), N,N-dimethyl ethanolamine (DMEA), N,N-dimethylaniline (DMA), and triethylamine (TEA) were purchased from Sinopharm Group Chemical Reagent (Beijing, China).
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2] in AP is lower than common aliphatic polyamine, such as ethanolamine, ethylenediamine, diethylenetriamine, and triethylenetetramine, etc.