monoethanolamine


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monoethanolamine

 [mon″o-eth″ah-nōl´ah-mēn]
an amino alcohol occurring in phosphatidylethanolamines; used as a pharmaceutical surfactant. The oleate salt, a sclerosing agent, is called ethanolamine oleate. Called also ethanolamine.
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The amine polymeric membrane (APM) was synthesized by blending the polysulfone with diethanolamine (DEA), methyl diethanolamine (MDEA), monoethanolamine (MEA) was taken in the dimethylacetamide solvent and the dope solution was 20% wt/wt.
organic solvent such as monoethanolamine (MEA), one of a family of amine
Bello, "Pathways for the formation of products of the oxidative degradation of C[O.sub.2]-loaded concentrated aqueous monoethanolamine solutions during C[O.sub.2] absorption from flue gases," Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, vol.
Monoethanolamine undergoes moderate biodegradation and is not expected to be persistent in the environment.
MimyX, a cream containing palmitamide monoethanolamine (PEA), restores the skin barrier by mimicking the composition of skin barrier lipids such as PEA, triglycerides, phospholipids, and squalene, according to data from Stiefel Laboratories, which markets MimyX.
Currently, a handful of coal plants with commercial C[O.sub.2] capture capability use processes based on chemical absorption with monoethanolamine, a general-purpose solvent developed by chemists some 75 years ago.
The traditional scenario for removal of acid gases, such as carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide, from gas streams is an absorption system based on a solvent consisting of aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA).
It is a combination of water and monoethanolamine, a basic organic molecule that grabs the carbon dioxide.
The first solvent can be amyl propionate, butyl butyrate, alkyl lactates, ethyl hexyl acetate, dibasic esters, methyl soyate, ethyl soyate, cyclohexanone, methyl ethyl ketone, dipropylene glycol, dipropylene glycol methyl ether, trichloroethylene, xylene, ethanol, tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol, hexane, mineral spirits, monoethanolamine, d-limonene, dimethyl formamide, n-methyl pyrrolidone, or propylene carbonate.
Monoethanolamine (MEA), a surfactant found in some laundry detergents, all-purpose cleaners and floor cleaners, is a known inducer of occupational asthma.
Krakowski made about three barrier products he discussed at a meeting on skin disorders sponsored by Rady Children's Hospital: palmitamide monoethanolamine (PEA) nonsteroidal cream (MimyX), hydrolipidic cream MAS063DP (Atopiclair), and ceramide-based emulsion (EpiCeram).