Agricultural Chemicals

Product Name Product Manual Product Features
Monoethylamine
Monoethylamine, also known as aminoethane. Colorless liquid, flammable and volatile.
Used in dye synthesis and as extractant, emulsifier, pharmaceutical raw material, reagent, etc.
Diethylamine
Colorless, volatile flammable liquid with strong ammonia odor. Miscible with organic solvents such as water, ethanol and ether.
Diethylamine is a solvent and an intermediate of chemical raw materials. It can be used to produce drugs such as procaine, chloroquine, nicolaza, colamin, and sulfa. It can also be used to produce pesticides, dyes, rubber vulcanization accelerators, and beneficiation. Pharmaceuticals, textile auxiliaries, fungicides, corrosion inhibitors, polymerization inhibitors and antifreezes.
Triethylamine
Colorless or light yellow transparent liquid with strong ammonia odor. Soluble in ethanol and ether. Slightly soluble in water.
Used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, pesticides, polymerization inhibitors, high-energy fuels, rubber vulcanizing agents, etc.
Monopropylamine
Chemical Abstract: 107-10-8
Di-n-propylamine is an intermediate of the herbicides fluroxaline and asulfuryl, grass grass, and cyperamide.
Di-n-propylamine is an intermediate of the herbicides fluroxaline and asulfuryl, grass grass, and cyperamide.
Di-n-propylamine is an intermediate of the herbicides fluroxaline and asulfuryl, grass grass, and cyperamide.
Dipropylamine
Colorless transparent flammable liquid with ammonia odor. Soluble in ethanol, soluble in ether, slightly soluble in water.
Used in pharmaceuticals, pesticides, rubber and fiber processing aids, etc.
Tripropylamine
Colorless transparent liquid without mechanical impurities.
Mainly used in pesticide, medicine, dye and rubber processing.
Monoisopropylamine
Colorless transparent liquid without mechanical impurities.
Mainly used in pesticide, medicine, dye and rubber processing.
Sec-butylamine
Used as an intermediate for pesticides, medicines and siloxanes.
Colorless liquid with ammonia odor. volatile. Soluble in water and ethanol. Can reduce the skin pores of fruits and vegetables by about 1/2, thereby reducing water evaporation and inhibiting breathing.