acetylacetone


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acetylacetone

[ə¦sed·əl′as·ə‚tōn]
(organic chemistry)
CH3COCH2OCCH3 A colorless liquid with a pleasant odor and a boiling point of 140.5°C; soluble in water; used as a solvent, lubricant additive, paint drier, and pesticide.
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Its portfolio is also complemented by catalog chemicals, such as acetylacetone and high-quality polyvinyl acetate solid resins.
5 mL acetylacetone reagent (20% acetylacetone, 20% ethanol in deionized water, vol/vol) and 450 [micro]L 37% formaldehyde.
It was found that the addition of acetylacetone in a certain ratio can mask the amine reactivity and control the pottime of polyurethane preparations.
Difficulties arise with the acetylacetone method if the latex contains other aldehydes alongside formaldehyde.
This method is essentially the basic acetylacetone method modified to include the extraction stage.
The values of formaldehyde emissions were calculated using the acetylacetone method and were expressed as they relate to the dry weight of the material (milligrams of formaldehyde per 100 g of dry board).
2]], a free acetylacetone ligand and an ethyl linoleate radical (E[L.
Ethyl acrylate (EA), acrylic acid (AA), and acetylacetone (acac) were of chemical pure grade.
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).
01 method, "Chilled Impinger Method for Use at Wood Products Mills to Measure Formaldehyde, Methanol, and Phenol," where formaldehyde was analyzed via spectrophotometry using acetylacetone and methanol was analyzed via gas chromatography with a flame ionization detector.
The formaldehyde concentration was determined by spectrophotometry after reaction with acetylacetone reagent.