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important is quaternary amine - nitrogen with four bonds -
substituted.
I objected to "All combined with ammonium chloride".

On Tue, 16 May 2006 14:29:54 GMT, Michael Gudzinowicz
wrote:

#nailer wrote:
#> SORRY,
#> should be quaternary. I was busy with ternary excel graphs at that
#> time.
#>
#> On Sun, 14 May 2006 09:59:37 GMT, nailer
wrote:
#>
#> #wrong guess.
#> #
#> #three different compounds, ternary amine substituted with two
methyl
#> #groups and one of either C12, C14 or C16. It has positive charge
and
#> #easily forms salts like chloride.
#
#You forgot the benzyl group - Dan didn't. A similar compound is
#shown in the following pdf (N-alkyl groups differ):
#
#http://www.albemarle.com/acrofiles/bc0124f.pdf
#
#
#> # 2006 14:17:07 -0700, dan.c.quinn@att.net wrote:
#> #
#> ##RE: Lloyd Erlick wrote:
#> ##>
#> ##> The following chemical --
#> ##>
#> ##> N-Alkyl (40% C12, 50% C14, 10% C16) Dimethyl
#> ##> Benzyl Ammonium chloride 5%
#> ##>
#> ##> ... could someone explain
#> ##> the nomenclature used for this stuff?
#> ##>
#> ##
#> ## There are three flavors of the N-Alkyl, two methyls, a
#> ##benzyl. All combined with Ammonium chloride. Solution
#> ##strength 5%. A slightly educated guess. Dan

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