dibutyl maleate

dibutyl maleate

[dī′byüd·əl ′mal·ē‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
C4H9OOCCHCHCOOC4H9 Oily liquid used for copolymers and plasticizers and as a chemical intermediate.
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A polymer mixture, containing glycerol polymer, 1,2-epoxypropane, dibutyl maleate and N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone;
A EUR /mt US$/mt US$/lb n-Butyric Acid 50 60 i-Butyric Acid 50 60 0,03 n-Valeric Acid 70 85 0,04 i-Valeric Acid 70 85 0,04 2-EH Acid 50 60 0,03 i-Nonanoic Acid 50 60 0,03 2-Ethylhexanal 50 60 0,03 n-Valeraldehyde 70 85 0,04 i-Valeraldehyde 70 85 0,04 i-Nonanal 50 60 0,03 Propionaldehyde 50 60 0,03 Acetaldehyde 30 Crotonaldehyde 30 40 0,02 n-Butyric Anhydride 50 60 0,03 i-Butyric Anhydride 50 60 0,03 Propionic Anhydride 50 60 0,03 SAIB 70 85 0,04 Dibutyl Maleate 70 85 0,04 Dioctyl Maleate 70 85 0,04
Celanese products that go into emulsions include vinyl acetate monomer (VAM), polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH), acrylates and dibutyl maleate (DBM).