propylene carbonate


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propylene carbonate

[′prō·pə‚lēn ′kär·bə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
C3H6CO3 Odorless, colorless liquid, boiling at 242°C; miscible with acetone, benzene, and ether; used as a solvent, extractant, plasticizer, and chemical intermediate.
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Other products are methanol and ultra low water propylene carbonate.
It is based on benzoic acid and DHA and also contains propanediol, propylene carbonate and PVP.
This action will, for example, allow automotive refinish and architectural coating product formulators to substitute propylene carbonate and dimethyl carbonate, thereby replacing more reactive VOCs currently in use.
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Anhydrous propylene carbonate was used as a polar dispersant to delaminate organoclay in mineral oil.
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max], nm) in solvents obtained with different dyes Solvent Sudan Janus Brillant Black Green Cresyl Blue (Cl salt) (Cl salt) Acetonitrile 592 651 629 Acetone 600 645 640 Propylene carbonate 605 655 635 Water 635 615 636 Benzene 576 579 607 Methanol 592 653 630 [C.
propylene carbonate or tripropylene glycal monomethylethers), followed by a rinse in isopropyl alcohol.
One cosolvent used in tests at Los Alamos is propylene carbonate, which has a very high flash point, a very low freezing point, and no listed Occupational Safety and Health Administration exposure limits.
The literature covers such products as ethylene carbonate, propylene carbonate, butylene carbonate, UltraPure ethylene carbonate, UltraPure propylene carbonate and carbonate blends.
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Finally, ACA recommended that Environment Canada finalize its proposal to exempt tertiary butyl acetate (TBAC), and also exempt dimethyl carbonate and propylene carbonate.