ETHYLENE DIAMINE                                                                          
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  • Ethylene diamine is a strongly alkaline, colorless to yellowish liquid, with ammonia-like odor, completely miscible with water and soluble in alcohol. 
  • It is widely used as a building block for polymers and as a ligand for coordination compounds.
  • Ethylenediamines are produced by the reaction of aqueous ammonia with 1,2-dichloroethane. 
  • Ethylene diamine is used in large quantities for production of many industrial chemicals. 
  • It is very reactive, readily forms compounds with carboxylic acids (amides), fatty acids (imidazoline), nitriles (amidoamines, polyamides, imidazolines), alcohols and glycols (alkylated or cyclic ethyleneamines), alkylhalides and arylhalides (substituted amines), carbon disulfide (thiocarbamates), and forms water soluble salts with inorganic acids.
  • Some products for which EDA is an important precursor are chelate agents like EDTA, the bleaching activator tetra acetyl ethylene diamine, chemicals for color photography developing, lubricants for the molding and processing of plastics, fuel additives, carbamate fungicides, binders, adhesives, fabric softeners, surfactants, curing agents for epoxys, and dyes.
  • Chelation is a chemical combination with a metal in complexes in which the metal is part of a ring. Organic ligand is called chelator or chelating agent, the chelate is a metal complex.
  • The sodium salt of EDTA is used as an antidote for metal poisoning, an anticoagulant, and an ingredient in a variety of detergents. Chelating agents are important in the field of soap, detergents, textile dyeing, water softening, metal finishing and plating, pulp and paper, enzyme deactivation, photo chemistry, and bacteriocides. 
  • Ethylenediamine (EDA) has a freezing point of 11.1°C.
  • Storage temperature should not exceed 37°C.
  • The principal hazards that arise in working with ethylenediamine (EDA) are those associated with similar organic amines; namely, a corrosive action on skin and eyes. 
  • Precautions should be taken to prevent contact with these parts of the body such as by use of protective clothing and chemical goggles.
  • Introduction
  • Chemical database
  • Technical Information
  • Information For Patients

Preparation And Properties

  • Preparation Of Anhydrous Ethylene Diamine
  • Preparation and characterization of water-soluble CdS nanocrystals by surface modification of ethylene diamine
  • Production Process
  • Ethylene diamine (EDA) Scrubber
  • Ethylene diamine (EDA)-Water Separation System
  • Monosubstituted Ethylenediamine Complexes Of Cobalt And Nickel
  • DNA Templated Chemical Reactions
  • Reactions Of Bis Palladium
  • The Syntheses and Properties of Ethylenediamine Chelates of the Tripositive Lanthanide Ions
  • Process for the continuous preparation of diacetyl ethylene diamine


  • Diamine Products
  • Ethylaminediamine dihydrochloride 
  • Ethylene Diamine Tetramethylene Phosphate
  • Ethylene Diamine Acid Phosphate
  • Ethylene Diamine Tetraacetic Acid
  • Copper sulfate ethylene diamine
  • EDTA Capsules
  • Product Performance Standards


  • Brian A. O'Brien
  • Dendrimers
  • JCCES Projects
  • Projects List And Cost Estimation

Company Profiles

  • Chemo India
  • Chemofine Industries
  • Del Amo Chemical Company
  • Qingdao Great Chemical Inc.
  • Spectrum Chemicals


  • Intota
  • Quest Consultants Inc.
  • South Orlando Dermatology
  • Surface Engineering consulting Ltd
  • An innovative “ChemicalVia” process for the production of high density interconnect printed circuit boards
  • Surface Modification of Fibers Via Graft-Site Amplifying Polymers
  • Disodium EDTA as an Anionic Surfactant
  • Dow Amines Applications
  • Induction of Ethylenediamine Hypersensitivity in the Guinea Pig
  • Ethyleneamine applications
  • Ethylene diaminetetraacetic acid Applications
  • Ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid induced colonic crypt cell hyperproliferation in rats
  • Chelation Therapy

Trade Leads

  • Bis Ethanediamine suppliers
  • EDTA Acid Suppliers
  • Kenox Technology Corporation
  • Indian Buyers
  • Ethylene Diamine tetraacetate

Markets And Reports

  • Amines Industry Forecasts to 2010 & 2015
  • Chelates
  • Huntsman Market
  • Parchem Markets
  • Contamination of Aircraft With Ethylene Diamine
  • Ethylene Diamine Price Report
  • An Extension of the Caustic-Side Solvent Extraction Process Technology
  • Bioassay of N-Ethylenediamine Dihydrochloride
  • Concise International Chemical Assessment
  • SIDS  Initial Assessment Report

Risk Assessment And Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Safety Data for Ethylenediamine
  • 1,2-Ethanediamine Data Sheet
  • Ethylene Diamine Solution
  • Chelating Agent Information
  • Integrated Risk Information System
  • Chemical Profile
  • Hazard
  • Ingredients Safety Information
  • Guidelines



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