acrylate


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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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Laromer EA 9124 (80% standard epoxy acrylate in 20% HDDA)
Urethane acrylates are estimated to account for the largest share of the waterborne UV curable resins market.
Acrylate spheres were self-synthesized using the emulsion polymerization method.
European 2-EH market experienced few downturns due to restrictions on the use of phthalate plasticizers but the market is gaining pace due to the budding demand by 2-EH acrylate and 2-EH nitrate production segment.
The effect of alkyl acrylate group and alkyl acrylate content on the ultrasonic and thermal degradation of these polymers was investigated.
However, clinicians should not rule out acrylate allergy even if the initial screening is negative (Dermatitis 2011;22:98-101).
Project status Towards the end of February 2011, the client Dammam 7 Petrochemical Company has commenced basic design and engineering works on the acrylic acid and acrylate complex scheme.
Keywords UV-curable, Hyperbranched polyester, Urethane acrylate
Incorporating the cycloalkenyl acrylate moiety also lowers the melting point, allowing the resulting copolymers to be processed easily.
Styrene butadiene (SB) and styrene acrylate (SA) latexes find use as precoatings.
In addition, demand for specialty polymers which utilize acrylates as co-monomers (such as ethylene methyl acrylate, ethylene butyl acrylate and ethylene ethyl acrylate) will also record strong growth.
Fluorinated acrylate polymers are an exception, dissolving well in carbon dioxide.