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acrylate resin

[′ak·rə‚lāt ′rez·ən]
(organic chemistry)
Acrylic acid or ester polymer with a ‒CH2‒CH(COOR)‒ structure; used in paints, sizings and finishes for paper and textiles, adhesives, and plastics. Also known as acrylate.

acrylic resin, acrylate resin

One of a group of thermoplastic resins made from esters of acrylic acid; exceptionally tough, stable, resistant to chemicals, and transparent; used as a binder, in sheet form, as an air-curing adhesive, and as the main ingredient in some caulks and sealants.
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DASB was also used to monitor the photocuring process of a commercial polyester acrylate resin used in floor coating applications.
UV curable coating compositions containing aliphatic urethane acrylate resins (described in preferred embodiments are UV curable coating compositions including a unique blend of aliphatic urethane acrylate resins.
There have been a lot of advancements made in surfactant technology in the last four to five years that are making it possible to develop APE-free acrylate resin systems that continue to provide excellent performance," Dumain comments.
This led to the development of two acrylate monomer-free aliphatic urethane acrylate resins (Figure 1).
The self-curing acrylate resins, typically incorporated at 20%-30%, do not affect ink flow and are suitable for use in ink formulations with different types of pigments.
Early SLA parts, which were made of acrylate resins, were very brittle, with only mediocre accuracy and a rough surface finish, Jacobs recalled.
The resin market is hardly a uniform business; within it, there are a wide variety of products, including hy-drocarbon and rosin-based resins for publications, acrylate resins for energy-curable inks and water-based acrylic, urethane, polyamide and nitrocellulose-based resins for different packaging applications.
Polyester acrylate resins were prepared based on adipic acid, maleic anhydride, neopentyl glycol, trimethylolpropane, and acrylic acid.
These essential chemicals are used to produce polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, polystyrene, acrylate resins, emulsion polymers, synthetic rubber and thermoset FRP.
Arkema is also present in Nansha with its Sartomer photocure acrylate resins plant.
A kinetic study of the ultrafast curing of water-based acrylate resins upon UV irradiation was conducted by means of infrared spectroscopy.