Acrylic Acid Homopolymer | WT-445
WT-445 Acrylic Acid Homopolymer is a homopolymer of low molecular polyacrylic acid and its salts. It effectively disperses dishwashing, fabric washing, and industrial detergents. It can also be used for preparing leather, some high-grade goods finishing agents, as well as the preparation of acrylic resin. WT-445 has an optimized molecular weight, making it ideal for use in various products. Additionally, it has been found to have a low cancer risk, according to EWG Skin Deep.
Acrylic Acid Homopolymer | WT-445 is a homopolymer whose salts are made from low molecular polyacrylic acid. It does not contain any phosphate, making it the ideal choice for applications with low to no phosphate content.
Acrylic Acid Homopolymer | WT-445 is highly effective as a scale inhibitor in sugar processing due to its ability to disperse calcium carbonate and calcium sulfate when added to water. It is an ordinary dispersant and can be used for multiple purposes, including inhibiting scaling in circulating cool water systems, papermaking, weaving, dyeing, ceramics, and pigments.
Homopolymer of Acrylic Acid Specification:
|Appearance||Colorless to light yellow transparent liquid|
|Solid content %||47.0-49.0|
|Density (20℃) g/cm3||1.20 min|
|Viscosity (25℃) cps||300-1000|
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q1:What is Acrylic Acid Homopolymer?
Acrylic acid homopolymer is a synthetic resin made from the monomer acrylic acid. It is a white, crumbly solid soluble in water and polar organic solvents. Acrylic acid homopolymer has many applications, including adhesives, coatings, inks, and sealants.
Q2:What are the properties of Acrylic Acid Homopolymer?
The properties of acrylic acid homopolymer depend on its molecular weight and degree of crosslinking. Higher molecular weights and degrees of crosslinking result in materials with higher melting points, greater hardness, and better resistance to chemicals and heat.
Q3:How is Acrylic Acid Homopolymer made?
Acrylic acid homopolymer is made by the polymerization of acrylic acid. This process can be done using various methods, including solution polymerization, suspension polymerization, and emulsion polymerization.
Q4:What are the applications of Acrylic Acid Homopolymer?
Acrylic acid homopolymer has many applications, including adhesives, coatings, inks, and sealants. It is also used as a binder in nonwoven fabrics and as an additive in lubricants and fuel oils.
Q5:What are the benefits of using Acrylic Acid Homopolymer?
Acrylic acid homopolymer provides good adhesion to many substrates, including metals, glass, and plastics. It also has good resistance to chemicals and weathering. Additionally, acrylic acid homopolymer can be formulated to meet various performance requirements.
Q6:What are the drawbacks of using Acrylic Acid Homopolymer?
Acrylic acid homopolymer can be yellow when exposed to light or heat. It also has a relatively high melting point, making it difficult to process. Additionally, acrylic acid homopolymer is not compatible with all types of substrates.
Q7:How should Acrylic Acid Homopolymer be stored?
Acrylic acid homopolymer should be stored in a cool, dry place from direct sunlight. It should also be kept away from sources of heat or ignition. Once opened, containers should be resealed tightly to prevent moisture from entering.