Identification

Description


Numéro UN : UN1917

Formule moléculaire brute : C5H8O2

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • 2-PROPENOIC ACID ETHYL ESTER
  • 2-PROPENOIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
  • ACRYLATE D'ETHYLE STABILISE
  • Acrylate d'éthyle
  • ETHYL 2-PROPENOATE
  • ETHYL PROPANOATE
  • MONOMERIC ETHYL ACRYLATE
  • PROPENOATE D'ETHYLE

Noms anglais :

  • ACRYLIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER
  • Ethyl acrylate
Commentaires

L'acrylate d'éthyle 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 d'éthyle sert presqu'exclusivement à la production de polymères (homopolymères et copolymères). Ces derniers, sous forme d'émulsion, sont très utilisés pour la production de peintures, revêtements, enduits pour textiles, papiers et cuirs, scellants, résines et fibres acryliques. Ils sont également utilisés dans la fabrication de matériaux superabsorbants et de détergents.

L'acrylate d'éthyle a déjà été utilisé comme agent aromatisant et fragrance dans les aliments.

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