Ethylene diamine

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A colorless liquid with a ammoniacal odor. Ethylene diamine is strongly alkaline and will absorb carbon dioxide from the air forming a nonvolatile carbonate. Ethylene diamine is used in developing baths for color photographs. It is also used as a solvent for casein, albumin, shellac and sulfur. Other applications include textile lubricants and rubber stabilizer.

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