Butyl acrylate (BA) is a acrylic acid ester with a sharp pungent odor. It is somewhat less dense than water and forms a slick surface on water.
Building blocks for polymer manufacturing and chemical manufacturing.
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Forms copolymers and homopolymers
Useful for feedstock synthesis
Very slightly soluble in water
Appearance: clear and colorless
Physical Form: liquid
Molar Mass: 128.2
Assay (Gas chromatography) - min 99.5%
Water Content (ASTM E 203) - max. 0.05%
Acid Content (ASTM D 1613) - max. 0.01%
Color on despatch (ASTM D 1209) - max. 10
Standard Stabilization (ASTM D 3125) 15+/- 5ppm MEHQ
Primary Chemistry: Acrylic monomer
Chemistry: Acrylic Monomers; Acrylic Monomers; Acrylic Monomers
BASF acrylic monomers include glacial acrylic acid and its esters. They are important building blocks for polymers used in widely diverse applications such as paper coatings, adhesives, coatings, superabsorbent products, water treatment chemicals, textile and leather auxiliaries, nonwoven fabrics, detergent builders, plastics, and fibers.