The amine class of compounds are used in a broad range of applications including corrosion inhibitors in boilers, lubricating oils, rubber industry, explosives, mining, textiles, herbicides, and pharmaceuticals.
For many years, the natural gas industry has used our olfactory sensitivity for some classes of amines (mercaptans) as a precautionary additive to detect natural gas leaks in our homes and businesses. Homes use the most basic amine form (ammonia) in a number of cleaning supplies daily.
Despite the beneficial application of amines, both man-made and naturally occurring, most forms can still produce adverse health effects. ALS offers analytical solutions to capture and analyze primary, secondary, and tertiary classes of amines using both nationally recognized analytical methods and custom in-house methods.
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