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Related to acrylate: Methyl acrylate, Ethyl acrylate

acrylate

[′ak·rə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt or ester of acrylic acid.
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The butyl acrylate application of n-butanol has a wide scope for its expansion, which in turn would help in increasing the consumption for n-butanol globally.
1] (=CH), which confirms that the C=C bonds in acrylate have been incorporated in the polyurethane chains.
Acrylic monomers (both acrylates and methacrylates) are widely used as the base resin in coatings due to their compatibility in aqueous, powdered, radiation-curable and other reformulated products.
International Paint is the first company to offer both copper acrylate and silyl acrylate antifouling coatings
5) Acrylate oligomers mostly refer to: epoxy acrylates, polyether acrylates, urethane acrylates, polyester acrylates, and silicone acrylates.
A telecbelic poly(butadiene) resin containing both in-chain vinyl and terminal acrylate ester groups was synthesized (PBD-DA).
Dow Emulsion Polymers is a world leader in the manufacture of Styrene/Butadiene (S/B), Styrene/Acrylate (S/A), and Acrylate latexes.
This gain will support an expected increase in production of both acrylate esters and acrylic acid polymers.
P-Cure 300, an acrylate metallic monomer that features faster cure and metal adhesion--for coatings and body putty applications;
Many types of marine algae produce a substrate called dimethlysulfoniopropionate (DMSP), which is broken down chemically into dimethyl sulfide (DMS) and acrylate by an enzyme called DMSP lyase.