nonyl phenol

nonyl phenol

[′nä‚nil ′fē‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C9H19C6H4OH Pale-yellow liquid boiling at 283-302°C; soluble in organic solvents, insoluble in water; a mixture of monoalkyl phenol isomers, mostly para-substituted; used to make surface-active agents, resins, and plasticizers.
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In addition, they can help reduce VOCs and are free from phenol, nonyl phenol, and 2EHA (2-ethyl hexanoic acid).
These recent innovations build on an impressive legacy the first formulations specifically developed for automatic dosing were developed just after the site first opened; it also led development in the Nonyl Phenol Ethoxylate-free formulations as Diversey Care became the first company to move away from these ingredients; developed the first range of super concentrates to reduce packaging and improve environmental footprint and developed Sensisept - a groundbreaking, patented, hand disinfectant with the efficacy of alcohol and the mildness of a handcream.
Chemtura's new Mark mixed metal liquid stabilisers are free of ptBBA (para-tertiarybutyl benzoic acid), nonyl phenol and 2-EHA (2-ethyl hexanoic acid).
May be made water soluble via emulsification using surfactants such as sodium dodecylbenzene-sulfonate (anionic), ethoxylated nonyl phenol (non-anionic) or cetyl trimethyl ammonium chloride (cationic).
Key specialty chemicals used to make performance offset resins have increased as a result of increasing cost of crude and methanol, including DCPD, paraformaldehyde, nonyl phenol and maleic anhydride.
EMPL produces oleochemical derivatives namely natural fatty alcohol ethoxylates and nonyl phenol ethoxylates with an annual capacity of 20,000 tons.
Last year, the chemical nonyl phenol was completely removed from both the base and hardener components in anticipation of tighter UN and EU environmental regulations, as part of Flowcrete's ongoing commitment to green manufacturing.
An Environment Ministry study has found that nonyl phenol, an organic chemical used in making cleaning products, disrupts the endocrine system of ''medaka'' killifish, leading males of the species to assume female reproductive traits, according to findings released Friday.
Hormone-disrupting chemicals, such as nonyl phenol, have recently drawn attention for their possible disruption of the reproductive abilities of animals and humans.
Enhanced hydrolytic stability reportedly can be achieved with a minimal amount of TIPA, and there is no effect on the level of residual nonyl phenol.
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