Identification

Description


Numéro UN : UN2348

Formule moléculaire brute : C7H12O2

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • 2-PROPENOIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER
  • Acrylate de butyle
  • Acrylate de butyle normal
  • ACRYLATE DE N-BUTYLE
  • BUTYL 2-PROPENOATE
  • BUTYL ACRYLATE (NORMAL-)
  • PROPENOATE-2 DE BUTYLE
  • PROPENOATE-2 DE BUTYLE NORMAL
  • PROPENOATE-2 DE N-BUTYLE

Noms anglais :

  • ACRYLIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER
  • Butyl acrylate
  • n-Butyl acrylate
  • NORMAL BUTYL ACRYLATE
Commentaires

L'acrylate de butyle normal contient généralement un inhibiteur de polymérisation, l'éther monométhylique de l'hydroquinone (entre 10 et 20 ppm). La présence d'oxygène dissout étant essentielle à l'efficacité de l'inhibiteur, il ne doit pas être entreposé sous atmosphère inerte.

Utilisation et sources d'émission 1 2 3

L'acrylate de butyle normal sert presqu'exclusivement à la production de polymères, la grande majorité étant des copolymères. Ces derniers peuvent servir à la fabrication de divers revêtements, élastomères, adhésifs, agents de surface, plastiques, textiles et encres. Ils sont également utilisés dans la fabrication de matériaux superabsorbants et de détergents.

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