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acrylate

[′ak·rə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt or ester of acrylic acid.
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Laromer EA 9138 (75% standard epoxy acrylate in 25% TPGDA)
USPRwire, Wed Mar 16 2016] Waterborne UV Curable Resins Market by Chemistry (Urethane Acrylate and Blend), by Application (Wood, Graphics, Opto & Electronics, Foil & Inks, and Plastics), and by Region - Global Forecasts to 2020
The majority component for the study of poly(n-butyl methacrylate-co-alkyl acrylate) is the alkyl acrylates fraction of copolymer.
Acrylates are plastic materials that are formed by the polymerization of monomers derived from acrylic or methacrylic acid.
Dzunuzovic, E, Tasic, S, Bozic, B, "Photoreactive Hyperbranched Urethane Acrylates Modified with a Branched Saturated Fatty Acid.
Their advance is based on the free radical-induced copolymerization of vinylidene chloride and cycloalkenyl acrylate monomers.
Acrylic monomers (both acrylates and methacrylates) are widely used as the base resin in coatings due to their compatibility in aqueous, powdered, radiation-curable and other reformulated products.
Segments analyzed include the market for acrylates, further segmented into butyl acrylates and other acrylates, the market for methacrylates, further segmented into methyl methacrylates and other methacrylates.
The new difunctional urethane acrylates UA6 and UA7 were evaluated in the same way as UA5 by varying the concentration of crosslinker Ml (Figure 2).
Founded in 1999, and headquartered in the Netherlands, IGM Resins is a global specialty chemical company and leading supplier of photoinitiators and acrylates to the worldwide UV curable coatings and inks markets.
have announced that the sale of Cognis' UV acrylates business has been formally completed, following the signing of the sale and purchase agreement in April 2010, and fulfilment of the necessary closing conditions.
Polyester acrylates are prepared via the reaction of either the hydroxyl-terminated polyesters with acrylic acid or the carboxyl terminated polyesters with hydroxyethyl acrylate.