|Chemical Name:||Hexamine||Other Name:||Urotropine|
|Purity:||99.3%||Appearance:||White Crystal Powder|
|Molecular Formula:||C6H12N4||CAS No.:||100-97-0|
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99%Min Hexamethylenetetramine/Hexamine As Curing Agent For Resins And Plastics
Hexamine's common name is Urotropine, and its standard name is Hexamethylenetetramine. It is a polycyclic heterocyclic amine compound, which is commonly used in chemical, pharmaceutical, synthetic materials and other industries.
Hexamine is white and shiny crystal or crystalline powder at room temperature. It tastes sweet at first and then bitter. It is irritating to the skin. It is easily sublimated and decomposed when heated. It is flammable and soluble in polar solvents such as water, ethanol and chloroform. In non-polar solvents such as ether and aromatic hydrocarbons.
|Hexamine||White crystal||White crystal|
|Chloride(in Cl) ≤||0.015%||0.010%|
|Sulphate(in SO4) ≤||0.02%||0.02%|
|Lead (in Pb) ≤||0.001%||0.0%|
|Ammonium (IN NH4) ≤||0.001%||0.001%|
1. Hexamine is mainly used as a curing agent for resins and plastics, a catalyst and foaming agent for aminoplasts, an accelerator for rubber vulcanization (accelerator H), and an anti-shrinkage agent for textiles.
2. Hexamine is a raw material for organic synthesis and is used in the pharmaceutical industry to produce chloramphenicol.
3. Hexamine can be used as a disinfectant for the urinary system. It has no antibacterial effect and is effective against Gram-negative bacteria. Its 20% solution can be used to treat underarm odor, sweaty feet, tinea corporis, etc. It is mixed with sodium hydroxide and sodium phenate as a phosgene absorber in gas masks.
4. Hexamine can also be used as a reagent and chromatographic analysis reagent for the determination of bismuth, indium, manganese, cobalt, thorium, platinum, magnesium, lithium, copper, uranium, beryllium, tellurium, bromide, iodide, etc.
5. Hexamine is a commonly used military fuel.
6. Hexamine is used as a curing agent for resins and plastics, as a vulcanization accelerator for rubber (accelerator H), as an anti-shrinkage agent for textiles, and in the preparation of fungicides and explosives. In medicinal use, it can be decomposed into acid urine after oral administration to produce formaldehyde, which has a bactericidal effect, and is used for mild urinary tract infections; it is used externally to treat ringworm, antiperspirant, and underarm odor. Mixed with caustic soda and sodium phenate, it is used as phosgene absorber for gas masks.
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