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Abstract

The article presents results for the preparation of salts of sulfated amides based on oleic acid and piperidine. The products were synthesized in several steps: the first step of the reaction of oleic acid with piperidine, second step of sulphonation with sulfuric acid of the obtained compounds, the third step of the reaction of NH4OH and (HOCH2CH2) 2NH. The structure of the synthesized salts is confirmed by the methods of IR-, NMR-spectral analyses, and the method of high-performance liquid chromatography. The synthesized salts at room temperature are brown crystals. Some of their physical and chemical indicators have been determined. It is recommended to use synthesized products as oil-purifying and oil-dispersing products.

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