Tertiary amities or alkyldimethylamines (DIIVILA; C12-C14 chain length) are key raw materials for amine oxides, betaines, and quats, all of which are surfactants used in a wide variety of industrial and personal and home care markets.
What does ADMA stand for?
ADMA stands for Alkyldimethylamine (chemical)
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The study includes sections on Producers and Capacities, Production, Trade, Consumption Summary, Polyolefins, Detergent Alcohols, Linear Alkylbenzene, Alkyldimethylamine, Alpha-Olefin Sulfonate, Plasticizer Alcohols, Synthetic Lubricants, Synthetic Acids, Petroleum Additives, Alkenyl Succinic Anhydride, Oilfield Chemicals, and Miscellaneous End Uses including Metalworking Fluids, Epoxides, Mercaptans, High Molecular Weight Waxes, Polybutene-1, Leather and Amyl Alcohol.