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Amino tris(methylene phosphonic acid)  / Amino Trimethylene Phosphonic Acid/ ATMP / 6419-19-8 /  C3H12NO9P3

CAS No.  6419-19-8

Molecular Formula:   N(CH2PO3H2)3                

Molecular weight:  299.05

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ATMP has excellent chelation, low threshold inhibition and lattice distortion ability. It can prevent scale formation, calcium carbonate in particular, in water system. ATMP has good chemical stability and is hard to be hydrolyzed in water system. At high concentration, it has good corrosion inhibition.

ATMP is used in industrial circulating cool water system and oilfield water pipeline in fields of thermal power plant and oil refinery plant. ATMP can decrease scale formation and inhibit corrosion of metal equipment and pipeline. ATMP can be used as chelating agent in woven and dyeing industries and as metal surface treatment agent.

The solid state of ATMP is crystal powder, soluble in water, easily deliquescence, suitable for usage in winter and freezing districts. Because of its high purity, it can be used in woven & dyeing industries and as metal surface treatment agent.


AppearanceClear, Colorless to pale yellow aqueous solutionWhite crystal powder
Active acid %50.0-51.095.0min
Chloride (as Cl-)%1.0 max1.0 max
pH value (1% solution)2.0 max2.0 max
Density (20°C)g/cm31.31-1.35-
Colour APHA (Hazen)30.0max-

Application range&using method:

ATMP is usually used together with other organophosphoric acid, polycarboxylic acid and salt to built all organic alkaline water treatment agent. ATMP can be used in many different circulating cool water system. The recommended dosage is 5-20mg/L. As corrosion inhibitor, The recommended dosage is 20-80mg/L.

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ATMP liquid: Normally In 30kg or 250kg net Plastic Drum;ATMP solid: 25kg inner liner polyethylene (PE) bag, outer plastic woven bag, or confirmed by clients request.Storage for ten months in room shady and dry place.

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ATMP is Acidity, Avoid contact with eye and skin, once contacted, flush with water.

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General chemical catalysis is a catalyst, and electrocatalysis also need to be carried out under the conditions of the electric field
Q:can you guys help me by listing all the catalysts?
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Q:Can a catalyst react with a reactant?
Some catalysts form intermediate complexes with the reactants and this helps to increase the reaction rate. But they leave the reactants alone after the product is formed.
Q:Chemical reactions in the presence of impurities will cause catalyst poisoning
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A homogenous catalyst is in the same phase as the rxn it is catalyzing. Most people think of catalysts as heterogenous: either sold (cat) liquid (rxn) (Raney Ni hydrogenation) or solid (cat) gas phase rxn) (catalytic convertors, NH3 production, SO2 oxidation, nitric acid production) polyethylene synthesis with Ziegler Natta catalysts. (Wikipedia). However starting probably with the Wilkinson hydrogenation catalyst Rh(PPh3)3Cl in 1966 a whole field of homogeneous catalysis has develope where the catayst is in soln. It proved to be a Renaissance for Inorg chem. These catalysts have several advantages over heterogenous catalysts: take place under mild conditions (green chem); the mechanisms are usually understood and can therefore be modified to be extremely specific for a substrate. There have been several Nobel Prizes in this area in the last decade because of their importance in organic synthesis: 2010, 2005, 2001. The one type of homolytic gas phase catalysis rxn I can think of are those that involve a radical chain mechanism: destruction of O3 by Cl• and chlorination (bromination) of alkanes.

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