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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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Laromer EA 9143 (75% standard epoxy acrylate in 25% GPTA)
Although shear degradation has been correlated to ultrasonic degradation for the degradation of polystyrene (38), few other studies have shown that the degradation of alkyl acrylate and alkyl methacrylate follow the same order for both ultrasonic and thermal degradation (33), (37).
While monomers are very strong irritants and allergens, fully polymerized acrylates are relatively inert.
Abstract A series of UV-curable hyperbranched polyurethane acrylate (HBPUA) oligomers were synthesized with isophorone diisocyanatc (IPDI), hyperbranched polyester Boltorn H20 (HBP) and hydroxyethyl acrylate (HEA).
Both acrylates and methacrylates are used to improve the performance characteristics of various polymers, such as polyethylene, polypropylene and polyvinyl chloride.
In our second approach we attempted to create a soft touch coating with an existing trifunctional acrylate crosslinker and low functional acrylate monomers (AM) as the soft connecting segments instead of difunctional urethane acrylates.
The UV acrylates business, which had been part of Cognis' Functional Products strategic business unit, manufactures and sells monomers and oligomers for UV applications marketed under the Photomer brand name.
The UV-free radical polymerization of multifunctional acrylates also leads to the formation of heterogeneous networks through generation of microgels.
The solubility parameter of PBD-DA is much closer to the hydrophobic elastomers than the monomeric multifunctional acrylates.
The Dow Chemical Company, Danbury, CT, has acquired the Celanese acrylates business.
The Elvaloy AC resin family includes eight ethylene methyl acrylates (EMAs), four ethylene ethyl acrylates (EEAs) and six ethylene butyl acrylates (EBAs).
Acrylates are also widely used as co-monomers and property modifiers in specialty plastics, including ethylene ethyl acrylate (EEA) and ethylene methyl acrylate (EMA).