chlorendic anhydride

chlorendic anhydride

[klȯr′en·dik an′hī‚drīd]
(organic chemistry)
C9H2Cl6O3 White, fine crystals used in fire-resistant polyester resins, in hardening epoxy resins, and as a chemical intermediate.
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Chlorendic anhydride solid reactive flame retardant contains a stable bicyclic structure.
Chlorendic anhydride is an acid anhydride with a chlorine content of 54.
Systems containing chlorendic anhydride can be formulated to obtain a range of responses in the ASTM-E84 tunnel test, as well as the UL 94 tests, and to meet military specifications.
It's compatible with g-p and isophthalic polyesters, vinyl esters, bisphenol-A polyesters, epoxies, furanes, chlorendic anhydride resins and other flame-retardant resins.
Systems containing chlorendic anhydride can be formulated to obtain a range of responses in the ASTM-E84 tunnel test as well as the UL-94 tests, and to meet military specifications.