azelate

azelate

[′az·əl‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt of azelaic acid, for example, sodium azelate.
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Even the most efficient anodic inhibitors, such as lead azelate and chromates, are not capable of maintaining passivation where the concentration of aggressive ions such as chloride ions is greater than about [10.
g], (b) [degrees]C [degrees]C Plasticizer Rubber Plastic None -41 +10 Polyurea grease -47 -1 Paraffinic oil -46 -5 Naphthenic oil (Cyclolube 213) -48 -5 Naphthenic oil (Cyclolube 4053) -50 -5 Naphthenic oil (Cyclolube 410) -51 -5 Amoco 9012 polypropylene -45 -10 Alkylalkylether diester glutarate -55 -11 Diisocctyldodecanedioate -56 -14 Dioctyl sebacate -60 -18 Dioctyl azelate -60 -22 Diisooctylnonyl adipate -64 -24 Butoxyethyl oleate -66 -20 n-butyl oleate -71 -24 n-butyl tallate -70 -24 Isooctyl tallate -75 -26 Plasticizer Tm, [degrees]C [X.
Marketing manager Robert Braw says, "Plastolein 9785 is an extremely good low temperature polymeric typical of azelate polyesters, but priced competitively with adipates.
Line includes adipates, azelates, benzoates, maleates, oleates, phthalates, sebacates and tallates.
Available additives include adipates, azelates, benzoates, chlorinated paraffins, phosphate esters, phthalates, polymerics, sebacates and specialty additives.
An experienced technical and sales staff can assist in plasticizer selection to meet customers' needs with adipates, azelates, benzoates, chlorinated paraffins, monoesters, petroleum process oils, phosphate esters, phthalates, polymerics, sebacates and specialty materials, according to the company.