• lauryl acrylate technical grade, 90 % | 2156-97-0 | sigma-aldrich

    Lauryl acrylate technical grade, 90 % | 2156-97-0 | Sigma-Aldrich

    Lauryl acrylate technical grade, 90% Synonym: Dodecyl acrylate CAS Number 2156-97-0. Linear Formula CH 2 =CHCOOC 12 H 25. Molecular Weight 240.38 . Beilstein/REAXYS Number 1779069 . EC Number 218-463-4. MDL number MFCD00042871. PubChem Substance ID 24868332. NACRES NA.23

  • lauryl acrylate | sigma-aldrich

    Lauryl acrylate | Sigma-Aldrich

    View information & documentation regarding Lauryl acrylate, including CAS, MSDS & more. Dodecyl acrylate CAS Number: Lauryl acrylate, technical grade, 90%,

  • dodecyl acrylate | c15h28o2

    Dodecyl acrylate | C15H28O2

    Dodecyl acrylate. Lauryl acrylate. 2156-97-0. n-Dodecyl acrylate. dodecyl prop-2-enoate. n-Lauryl acrylate. 2-Propenoic acid, dodecyl ester. Acrylic acid, dodecyl ester. NSC 24177. UNII-90IK36WGVR. 90IK36WGVR. EINECS 218-463-4. AI3-03198. W-107541. Ageflex FA-12. ACMC-1CB2C. Acrylic Acid Lauryl Ester. Acrylic Acid Dodecyl Ester. N-Lauryl

  • dodecyl acrylate | 2156-97-0

    Dodecyl acrylate | 2156-97-0

    Lauryl acrylate technical grade, 90%: 2156-97-0: 100ml: $45: 2020-08-18: Buy: Sigma-Aldrich 447315: Lauryl acrylate technical grade, 90%: 2156-97-0: 500ml: $151: 2020-08-18: Buy: TCI Chemical D4129: Dodecyl Acrylate (stabilized with MEHQ) >98.0%(GC) 2156-97-0: 25mL: $25: 2020-06-24: Buy: TCI Chemical D4129

  • 2156-97-0 - n-dodecyl acrylate, tech. 90%, stab. with 60

    2156-97-0 - n-Dodecyl acrylate, tech. 90%, stab. with 60

    H60625 n-Dodecyl acrylate, tech. 90%, Lauryl acrylate. Acrylic acid n-dodecyl ester. SDS Certificate of Analysis Product Specification Technical Inquiry Stock No.

  • lauryl acrylate, 2156-97-0

    lauryl acrylate, 2156-97-0

    Lauryl acrylate technical grade, 90%. sds. TCI AMERICA: For experimental / research use only. lauryl acrylate: 2-propenoic acid dodecyl ester: 2-propenoic acid

  • phase transitions in o/w lauryl acrylate emulsions during

    Phase transitions in O/W lauryl acrylate emulsions during

    The following materials were used without further purification: lauryl acrylate (90%; Sigma), Brij 96V (Polyoxyethylene (10) oleyl alcohol) (technical grade) (Fluka), NaCl (min. 99%) (J. T. Baker) and double distilled water. 2.2. Methods 2.2.1. Preparation of nano-emulsions

  • dodecyl acrylate - brief profile - echa

    Dodecyl acrylate - Brief Profile - ECHA

    Hazard classification & labelling graph. The chart displays the number of matching substance classifications (hazard class, categories and hazard statements) provided by manufacturers and importers under REACH and CLP notifications, as well as whether the substance is defined under harmonised classification and labelling (CLH).

  • hydrophobically modified polyacrylates (hmpaas) with long

    Hydrophobically modified polyacrylates (hmPAAs) with long

    Dodecyl (technical grade 90%) and octadecyl (97%) acrylate were from Sigma-Aldrich, tetradecyl (>95%) and hexadecyl (>90%) acrylate were purchased from TCI. t-Butylacrylate was a gift from BASF SE and toluene (>99.5%) was obtained from Fluka. All monomers were employed as received.

  • deep-eutectic solvents as support in the nonaqueous synthesis

    Deep-eutectic solvents as support in the nonaqueous synthesis

    lauryl acrylate (LA) 90%, stearyl methacrylate (SMA) technical grade, ethylene glycol dimethacrylate (EGDMA) 98%, 1,4- butanediol diacrylate (BDA) technical grade, 2,2’-Azobis(2-methylpropionitrile) (AIBN), urea 99%, and choline chloride (ChCl) 98% were purchased from Sigma Aldrich. The nonionic

  • cn105294434a - preparation method of lauryl methacrylate

    CN105294434A - Preparation method of lauryl methacrylate

    The invention discloses a preparation method of lauryl methacrylate. A lauryl methacrylate product with the purity larger than 99.0% is obtained through reacting the raw materials of methyl methacrylate and lauryl alcohol under the condition of existence of a compound catalyst of a catalyst, namely, salt of acetylacetonate, and organic tin, and a nitroxide free radical polymerization inhibitor