Abstract: Amine stabilizing agents containing an azeotrope comprising water, an alcohol, and sodium hydride. Amine stabilizing agents containing water and a liquid silica hydroxide compound. Methods of making of amine stabilizing agents where solid silicon rock and sodium hydroxide are mixed with an ammonium/water solution to produce a green liquid in a first stage of the reaction. Alcohol is added and the alcohol fraction is separated from the non-alcohol fraction to produce an alcohol fraction product and a bottom fraction that is not soluble in alcohol or organics. The agents can be added to amines for stabilizing amines in anime processing of gases, in CO2 capture, in CO2 abatement systems and in other systems where amines are utilized to remove contaminants.
Abstract: Animal feed processing agents containing an azeotrope comprising water, an alcohol, and sodium stabilized by surrounding organized water. Methods of processing animal feed utilizing steam flaking in the presence of added agent comprising an alcohol, and sodium stabilized by surrounding organized water. An animal feed comprising an alcohol and sodium, wherein the grain of the feed is enriched in amylopectin, contains gelatinized starch, contains no added organic acids and is resistant to molds and fungi without added preservatives.