EINECS number 202-705-0
CAS number 98-83-9
Alpha-methyl styrene or 2-phenylpropene is a colorless or slightly yellow hydrocarbon aromatic, flammable aromatic organic liquid having an unpleasant odor. It is practically insoluble in water. It is a by-product in the productionn of phenol according to the cumene process.
Alpha-methyl styrene (AMS) is a chemical intermediate used in the manufacture of plasticizers, resins and polymers.
EINECS number 201-052-9
CAS number 77-73-6
Dicyclopentadiene, abbreviated DCPD, is the dimer of cyclopentadiene (CPD). In the pure state DCPD is a volatile solid with a characteristic odour. Dicyclopentadiene is coproduced in large quantities in the steam cracking of naphtha and gas oils to ethylene. In addition, it can be prepared in a Diels-Alderreaction of 2 cyclopentadiene molecules.
Most dicyclopentadiene is used as co-monomer in the production of synthetic resins, in particular unsaturated polyesters and synthetic rubbers, for example EPDM. Poly (DCPD), which contains some dicyclopentadiene as monomer is used in printing inks and engineering plastics.
EINECS number 203-868-0
CAS number 111-42-2
Diethanolamines are used in gas treatment, fertilizers production (especially glyphosate), polyols production, cosmetic industry, cocomids production, polyuretans, etc… Chemical formula : C4H11N02
EINECS number 205-483-3
CAS number 141-43-5
Monoethanolamines are used for the wood treatment, oil industry and oil treatment, oil additives production, fertilizers production, production of ethylendiamines (piperazine), detergents and surfactants. Chemical formula : C2H7N0
EINECS number 203-049-8
CAS number 102-71-6
Triethanolamines are used in cosmetics, cement production, detergents and surfactants, metal working fluids, polyols and lubricants, etc. Chemical formula : C6H15N03