DMAPA Production Cost Analysis 2020
Dimethylaminopropylamine or DMAPA is a diamine that is often used in the production of some surfactants, such as Cocamidopropyl betaine that is an ingredient in many personal care products including soaps, shampoos, and cosmetics. DMAPA-derivatives do not sting the eyes and make a fine-bubbled foam, making it appropriate for use in shampoos.
In appearance, DMAPA is a clear, colourless liquid, free of suspended matter. DMAPA is completely miscible with water, alcohols, esters, and ketones. It has limited miscibility with diethyl ether, benzene, and chlorinated hydrocarbons. DMAPA is commonly produced industrially via the reaction between dimethylamine and acrylonitrile (a Michael reaction) to produce dimethylaminopropionitrile. A subsequent hydrogenation step yields DMAPA.
DMAPA is used as a surfactant as it lowers the surface tension and helps with the even distribution of the cleansing agent in personal care products. The substance can be found in personal care products like shampoos, soaps, makeup, and other similar products. Cocamidopropyl betaine, containing dimethylaminopropylamine, is common to find in both conventional and natural beauty products.
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