cumene hydroperoxide


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cumene hydroperoxide

[′kyü‚mēn ‚hī·drō·pə′räk‚sīd]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5C(CH3)2OOH An isopropyl hydroperoxide of cumene; an oily liquid, used to make phenol and acetone.
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Cumene hydroperoxide (CHP) in a solution form (Akzo Nobel Chemical) was used as the initiator, and a solution of 6.
Peroxide initiators include MEKP and other ketone peroxides, t-butyl perbenzoate, t-butyl hydroperoxide, cumene hydroperoxide, dicumyl peroxide, and BPO paste.
Peroximon curing agents for polyester resins include MEK peroxides (K1 and K10), methylisobutyl ketone peroxide (K2), acetylacetone (K3), and cumene hydroperoxide (CH).
CHP-158 is an 89%-pure, low-color solution of cumene hydroperoxide for room-temperature and heat-assisted curing processes as well as applications where lower exotherms are required, as with thick sections.
Curing agents for polyester resins include several peroxides under the Peroximon brand: MEK peroxide (K1 and K10), methylisobutyl ketone peroxide (K2), acetylacetone (K3), and cumene hydroperoxide (CH).
For corrosion-resistance: Argus' new CHP-5 is a specially formulated cumene hydroperoxide that's said to be nonfoaming in vinyl esters and also to provide faster gel and cure than standard cumene hydroperoxide.