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C10H14O5 AAEMA Monomer Reduced Resin Viscosity Methacrylic Monomer

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Category Other Chemicals
City / Port Shenzhen, CN, China
Description AAEMA Monomer Methacrylic Monomer Reduced Resin Viscosity

Product Description

AAEM readily polymerizes with other acrylic and methacrylic monomers. It is a methacrylic monomer used to formulate high-solids solution acrylic resins and acrylic emulsions for lower VOC emission industrial and architectural coatings.

Chemical name Concentration Additional identification
2-(acetoacetoxy)ethyl methacrylate >95%
CAS-No.: 21282-97-3

EC No.: 244-311-1

2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate <5%
CAS-No.: 868-77-9

EC No.: 212-782-2 INDEX No.: 607-124-00-X

The ability of AAEM to react with amines and hydrazides makes it an ideal monomer for self-crosslinkable, room temperature cure acrylic emulsions. It also finds use in acetoacetylated polymers crosslinked through chelation with metal ions and for acetoacetylated polymers for producing colorfast fibers.

Product Features

— Improved adhesion to metal substrates
— Low glass transition temperature for improved coating flexibility
— Outstanding flexibility and corrosion resistance
— Reaction with conventional crosslinkers
— Resin viscosity reduction for lower VOC emissions
— Room temperature cure, isocyanate-free crosslinking

Product Key Applications

— Acetoacetylated polymers
— Adhesive polymers
— Cosmetic polymer intermediate
— Pharmaceutical intermediate
— Reactive monomer for UV cure applications
— Self-crosslinkable acrylic emulsions

Typical Properties

Molecular formula C10H14O5
Molecular weight 214.22
CAS NO. 21282-97-3
Appearance Clear,light yellow liquid
Color, Gardner ≤2
Purity ≥95.0 wt%
Specific Gravity 1.12 @25℃/25℃
Boilling Point Polymerizes
Flash point ℃ 134℃(Cleveland open cup)
2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate ≤4.0 wt%
Methacrylic Acid ≤0.5 wt%
Viscosity 6.8cP @25℃
Solubility Miscible with most organic liquids
Date Jan 14, 07:01