- Product description
- Product Registration Number: F20180000370Product Description
- A colorless to slightly yellow viscous clear liquid that is hydrolyzed and refined from ethylene oxide.
- Triethanolamine is mainly used as an alkaline agent, an emulsifier, or as a surfactant in a pharmaceutical agent.
- Also used in injections for salt formation and topical analgesics
- The most commonly used neutralizer for acidic polymer gels such as carbomers
- Can be used to prepare long-acting preparations, such as triethanolamine theophylline sustained-release capsules
- It has a good emulsification effect, and the cream product obtained by emulsification is fine and bright.
- It can be neutralized with a carboxyl group such as carbomer to form a stable polymer structure, which has excellent thickening and moisturizing effects.
- Triethanolamine turns brown when exposed to air and light
- Triethanolamine is a tertiary amine containing a hydroxyl group and reacts with a typical tertiary amine and ethanol.
- The hydroxyl group of triethanolamine can be replaced by halogen, and the reaction product is very toxic.