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eth·a·nol·a·mine

 (ĕth′ə-nŏl′ə-mēn′, -nō′lə-)
n.
1. A hygroscopic viscous colorless liquid, C2H7NO, having a strong ammoniacal odor and used in acid gas scrubbers, in hide and hair treatments, and as a surfactant and emulsifier.
2. A class of sedative antihistamines that are ethanolamine derivatives, such as dimenhydrinate and diphenhydramine.
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ethanolamine

(ˌɛθəˈnɒləˌmiːn)
n
(Chemistry) chem an organic chemical compound used in industry
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Triethanolamine is a member of ethanolamine family and can be termed as a tertiary amine as well as a triol.
As for as, phospholipids observation is concerned Lysophosphatidic ethanolamine was the most adequate and accounts for 45% of all polar lipids (Chen et al., 2019).
In an effort to reduce the potential morbidity associated with surgery, sclerotherapy (ethanolamine oleate) was introduced as a means to eradicate the epididymal cyst in adults.
assessed the effects of the use of the topical cannabinoid agonist N-palmitoyl ethanolamine (PEA), which stimulates the endocannabinoid arachidonoyl ethanolamide (AEA) to activate [CB.sub.1] in an open-application study with 22 patients with prurigo, lichen simplex, and pruritus.
Ethoxylation, Glycol ethers, Ethanolamine and MDEA will be produced at the factory.
As shown in Figure 1, in the (HFO Blend)/POE system, the change in lubricant color indicative of lubricant decomposition was not observed at the low as well as high concentration in the control and in twelve chemicals (including polyoxyethylene nonylphenyl ether, propylene glycol, sodium gluconate, EDTA, iron (III) phosphate dihydrate, sodium molybdate, sodium paratoluene sulfonate, potassium hydrogen fluoride, trisodium phosphate dodecahydrate, sodium carbonate, neodecanoic acid, and ferric chloride), while five chemicals (benzotriazole, ethanolamine, chloroparaffin, hydroxyethyl cellulose, and sodium palmitate) showed color changes at both concentrations.
In most reported cases, however, BRTO was performed with sclerotherapy using ethanolamine or cyanoacrylate, which can cause serious complications (2).
The commission, under the trade ministry, also agreed to extend the 12.6-21.8 percent anti-dumping duties slapped on ethanolamine from the United States, Malaysia, Thailand and Japan for another five years.
Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), 4% paraformaldehyde, 2-mercaptoethanol, ethanolamine, and agarose were purchased from Aladdin-reagent (Shanghai, China).
Zinc acetate dihydrate was the primary precursor, and 2-methoxyethanol and ethanolamine were used as solvent and stabilizer, respectively.
Recent studies have described the ability of Salmonella Typhimurium to sense the concentrations of ethanolamine, a part of membrane lipids, and hence colonize the gastrointestinal tract [25].