t-Alkyl (C12-C14) primary amines; Primene 81-R; [ChemIDplus] Primene 81-R Amines; [EPA ChAMP: Initial Risk-Based Prioritization] Amines, C12-C14 tert alkyl; [ECHA REACH Registrations] C12-C14 t-alkyl amines and related reaction products; [Rohm and Haas MSDS] UN2922
Light colored liquid with an odor of amines; [Rohm and Haas MSDS]
Used as a fuel, lubricant additive, in surfactants, dyes, refinery processing, and metalworking fluids; [EPA ChAMP: Initial Risk-Based Prioritization] Used to formulate fuels-fuel additives, lubricants-greases, metal surface treatment products (including those for galvanizing and electroplating), inks-toners, hydraulic fluids, processing aids (i.e. pH regulators, flocculants, and precipitants), metalworking fluids, and textile dyes-finishes-impregnating products; [ECHA REACH Registrations]
Corrosive to skin and eyes in rabbits; Delayed contact hypersensitivity but no contact sensitization observed in Buehler tests of guinea pigs; Histopathological changes of the nasal cavity and respiratory tract observed in 4-week inhalation study of rats at concentrations of 129 mg/m3 and above; Developmental toxicity (in the presence of parental toxicity) noted in oral but not dermal studies of rats; [EPA ChAMP: Qualitative Screening-Level Risk Characterization] Causes burns; May cause skin sensitization; Harmful by ingestion; Highly toxic by inhalation; Toxic by skin absorption; [ECHA REACH Registrations] Causes burns; A respiratory tract irritant; May cause skin sensitization; Harmful by ingestion and skin absorption; Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause adrenal and reproductive effects; [Rohm and Haas MSDS] See "tert-Butylamine."
0.36 mm Hg
LC50 (rat) = 157 ppm/4hr
The Guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook is for "Corrosive liquid, toxic, n.o.s."
Occupational diseases associated with exposure to this agent:
Industrial Processes with risk of exposure: