A dihydric liquor by which one hydroxyl was changed with an amino team.
any organic compound having both a hydroxy and an amino practical group; a hydroxy-amine
One of a number of artificial, natural bases, generally produced as dense viscous liquids because of the action of ammonia on ethylene oxide. They have the properties both of alcoholic beverages and amines.
title of a class of fluid, highly alkaline compounds, particularly ethylene hydramine (HOCH2CH2NH2), created by the activity of ammonia on alkaline oxids. Also referred to as hydroxylalkyl bases.