Cumene Hydroperoxide CAS 80-15-9

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Name: Cumene Hydroperoxide

Cas: 80-15-9

Purity: 99%min


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Chemical Structure

Cumene hydroperoxide

Basic Info:

CAS No:80-15-9
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Product Introduction:

Cumene hydroperoxide, referred to as CHP, is an organic compound. The chemical formula is C9H12O2, and it is a colorless to light yellow liquid.

Easily soluble in ethanol, acetone, esters, hydrocarbons and chlorohydrocarbons, slightly soluble in water, mainly used as a polymerization catalyst.

Cumene hydroperoxide is flammable when mixed with ammonium, organic matter, acid and flammable matter. It can be explosive when mixed with reducing agent, sulfur, phosphorus, etc. Explosive by heat and impact.

The warehouse should be kept ventilated and dry at low temperature during storage. Separated from organic matter, reducing matter, flammable matter and strong acid.

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Product Usage:

Cumene hydroperoxide is an organic aromatic hydrocarbon derivative, which can be used as an initiator for arsenic removal of ethylene pyrolysis fuel and ABS graft polymerization.

Cumene hydroperoxide is usually used in pre-accelerated material systems integrating cobalt or cobalt-manganese compounds.

Cumene hydrogen peroxide is a slow-release dish at space temperature level and also elevated temperature, and also is especially ideal for treating initiators for resin systems at room temperature level and also raised temperature.

The normal exothermic response is weak and the exothermic curve is flatter, however the healing response will certainly still be very detailed ultimately. This building lessens great breaking because of hostile healing, particularly in the thicker, cross-linked components of the product.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Cumene Hydroperoxide:

Cumene Hydroperoxide Advantages over MEKP:

  1. Reduce the air bubbles generated after the curing agent is mixed.
  2. In the thick cross-linked part, there is a lower exothermic curve and no cracks will occur.
  3. Cure is slower, but easier to control, and the total curing time may be as long as 24h.
  4. There are no curing problems such as torsion, creep and thermal distortion.
  5. It has the same good performance in heating applications.
  6. Can be used in traditional low temperature products.

Disadvantages of cumene hydroperoxide (CHP) relative to MEKP:

  1. Longer gel time may be required at room temperature.
  2. Relatively longer curing time, the time for the product to reach a certain strength is elongated, and the time occupied by the mold increases.
  3. In the low temperature environment, the activation time is longer.

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