High Quality Organic Intermediate Agent Isobornyl Acrylate IBOA

High Quality Organic Intermediate Agent Isobornyl Acrylate IBOA

Function: IBOMA is widely used as active monomer material to improve the adhesion, hardness, wear resistance/abrasion performance, the surface glossness/ the degree of surface finish, the temperature of glass transition, water resisting property and compatibility with other materials. At the same time, it can lower the viscosity, surface tension and chroma of the basic resins.

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High Quality Organic Intermediate Agent Isobornyl Acrylate IBOA


IBOMA is mainly used in UV coating and EB coating, as a active

diluent/ thinner for some kinds of resins, printing ink, paint, adhesive and coating agent

IBOA 201 (10)

Product Name:
Isobornyl acrylate
Synonyms:
Bornylacrylate;
sartomer506;ebecryliboa;iboa;
CAS No.:
5888-33-5
Purity:
99%
MF:
C13H20O2
Molecular Weight:
208.29700
Density:
0.986 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)
Flash Point:
207 °F
Boiling Point(℃):
119-121 °C15 mm Hg(lit.)
Appearance:
Colorless Transparent Liquid
Application:
Pharmaceutical intermediates

IBOA Chemical Specification

Item Specification
Chroma(APHA)≤50
Monomer content (%)≥98~98.5
Water content (%)≤0.1
Acid value (%)≤0.1~0.5
Inhibitor Content(MEHQ.ppm)100
Polymer content None

 

IBOA Physical Index

Item Index
molecular weight208.2967
Boiling point (°C)244.5°C at 760 mmHg
Refractive index (30°C)1.504
Viscosity7~10
Flashing point (°C)94.6°C
Density1g/cm3
Temperature of glass transition (°C)90~100

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