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a·cryl·ate

(ă'kril-āt),
A salt or ester of acrylic acid.

acrylate

an anion, salt, ester, or conjugate base of acrylic acid. Also called 2-propenoate.

acrylate

(ak′rĭ-lāt″) [acrylic (acid) + -ate]
A salt or ester of acrylic acid.
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China's burgeoning population, rising disposable income and steady economic growth will continue stimulating demand for acrylates in major sectors including textile, paint, leather, chemical fiber, and adhesives.
The majority component for the study of poly(n-butyl methacrylate-co-alkyl acrylate) is the alkyl acrylates fraction of copolymer.
Dzunuzovic, E, Tasic, S, Bozic, B, "Photoreactive Hyperbranched Urethane Acrylates Modified with a Branched Saturated Fatty Acid.
Both acrylates and methacrylates are used to improve the performance characteristics of various polymers, such as polyethylene, polypropylene and polyvinyl chloride.
A number of resin manufacturers are studying different acrylates and additive levels to optimize performance.
The custom-made probe head of the NIR spectrometer was fitted to several pilot-scale coatings and curing lines, and the conversion was determined in clear and pigmented coatings as well as in scratch-resistant nanocomposite layers on the basis of acrylates.
PC-300, an acrylate monomer, and PC-301, a methacrylate monomer, are said to offer such improved performance properties as reduced shrinkage, higher Tg in unsaturated polyester resins, vinyl esters and epoxies, metal adhesion, enhanced thermal cycling and styrene replacement, according to the manufacturer.
Named Sasol Dia Acrylates (SDA), this chemical business is expected to contribute as much as R1,2 billion a year to South Africa's balance of payments when in full production by mid 2005.
Dow increased prices for glacial acrylic acid, butyl acrylate, ethyl acrylate, methyl acrylate and 2-ethylhexyl acrylate.
The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, TX, resumed full operations at its acrylates production facilities in Boehlen, Germany, and Clear Lake, TX in October 2004.
The Dow Chemical Company announced today that it has completed the acquisition of the Celanese acrylates business.