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Technical Data Sheet
Monoisopropylamine


Chemical Synonym
  • Isopropylamine; 2-Aminopropane; MIPA
Applications
  • Herbicides - intermediate for 2,4-d
  • Herbicides - intermediate for atrazine
  • Herbicides - intermediate for glyphosate
  • Home & industrial care imtermediates

Product Description

Monoisopropylamine (MIPA) is a colorless flammable liquid. MIPA has an ammonia-like odor and is miscible with water, alcohol and ether.



Typical Properties

PropertyTypical Value, Units
General
Molecular FormulaC3H9N
Molecular Weight59.11 g/mol
AppearanceColorless liquid
Autoignition Temperature355 °C
Boiling Point32 °C
Critical Pressure44 260 hPa
Critical Temperature203.06 °C
Density 
     @ 20°C0.6871 g/cm3
Dissociation constant, pKa 
     @ 23.2°C10.8
Flash Point 
     Closed Cup-30 °C
Freezing Point 
     (1013 hPa)-90 °C
Heat of Vaporizationa 
     (1013 hPa)469.88 kJ/kg
Octanol-water partition coefficient, log Pow-0.5
pH 
     (50% solution)13.1
Refractive Index 
     @ 20°C1.373-1.377
Surface Tension 
     @ 20°C68.5 mN/m
Vapor Density 
     (air = 1)2.03
Vapor Pressure 
     @ 20°C631 hPa
     @ 40°C1348.1 hPa
Viscosity 
     @ 20°C0.47 mm2/s
Water solubilityCompletely miscible

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Packaging
  • Bulk
  • Steel drums (125 kg net)



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