Alkanolamine

Alkanolamines are chemical compounds that carry hydroxy (-OH) and amino (-NH2, -NHR, and -NR2) functional groups on an alkane backbone. The term alkanolamine is a broad class term that is sometimes used as a subclassification. ==2-Aminoalcohols== 2-Aminoalcohols are an important class of organic compounds that contain both an amine and an alcohol ...
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ALKANOLAMINE

An amine where some or all of the alkyl groups attached to the nitrogen contain hydroxyl functionality. For example; triethanolamine (TEA), monisopropanolamine (MIPA).
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