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The brand name ALFLOW® describes a range of amides produced from fatty acids and amines. The range includes monoamides producing using ammonia as the amine, and bisamides produced using ethylenediamine. Stearic acid is the main fatty acid used, although the range also includes amides of lauric acid, oleic acid and behenic acid, thereby satisfying demands across a wide range of different properties and functionalities. Examples of potential uses of these amides include lubricants, plasticizers, mold release agents, and antifoaming agents.
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Fatty Acid Derivatives
The brand name ALFLOW® describes a range of amides produced from fatty acids and amines. The range includes monoamides producing using ammonia as the amine, and bisamides produced using ethylenediamine. Stearic acid is the main fatty acid used, although the range also includes amides of lauric acid, oleic acid and behenic acid, thereby satisfying demands across a wide range of different properties and functionalities. Examples of potential uses of these amides include lubricants, plasticizers, mold release agents, and antifoaming agents.
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Fatty Acid Derivatives
The brand name ALFLOW® describes a range of amides produced from fatty acids and amines. The range includes monoamides producing using ammonia as the amine, and bisamides produced using ethylenediamine. Stearic acid is the main fatty acid used, although the range also includes amides of lauric acid, oleic acid and behenic acid, thereby satisfying demands across a wide range of different properties and functionalities. Examples of potential uses of these amides include lubricants, plasticizers, mold release agents, and antifoaming agents.
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