Fatty Amine Salt
The fatty amine salt refers to a product obtained by neutralizing an alkyl primary amine, a secondary amine and a tertiary amine with hydrochloric acid or another acid as a fatty amine salt. For example, the white waxy dodecylamine insoluble in water is heated to 60 to 70 degrees Celsius to become a liquid and then neutralized with acetic acid under good stirring conditions to obtain dodecyl acetate. It is soluble in water and has good surface activity.
Among them, ionic surfactants are further classified into cationic surfactants, anionic surfactants, and amphoteric surfactants. There are also some special types of surfactants such as polymeric surfactants, specialty surfactants, and bio-surfactants. The main products of fatty amine include hydrogenated tallow acetate, tallow amine acetate, and lauryl amine acetate.