epoxy fatty acids methyl ester j108 substitute for dop
epoxy fatty acids methyl ester j108 substitute for dop
epoxy fatty acids methyl ester j108 substitute for dop
epoxy fatty acids methyl ester j108 substitute for dop
epoxy fatty acids methyl ester j108 substitute for dop
alternative plasticizer for dop and dbp - zhejiang jiaao enprotech

Alternative Plasticizer For DOP And DBP - Zhejiang Jiaao Enprotech

Product Details Alternative plasticizer for DOP and DBP (EFAME) Product introduction£º Epoxy fatty acid methyl ester is a light yellow liquid at room temperature. It is a new environmental plasticizer with fatty acid methyl ester as the main raw material. It is a non-toxic and tasteless plasticizer and stabilizer for PVC.

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research progress of novel bio-based plasticizers and their

Research progress of novel bio-based plasticizers and their

2,5-Dicarboxylic acid ester is derived from biomass resources, but has a structure similar to terephthalic acid ester. As a green chemical, it has the potential to replace petroleum-based plasticizers. Nguyen et al. used raw materials derived from marine biomass to synthesize furan-2,5- and furan-2,3-dicarboxylate as plasticizers for PVC. The ...

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insights into biobased epoxidized fatty acid isobutyl esters from

Insights into biobased epoxidized fatty acid isobutyl esters from

The Ep-FABEs was further analyzed for its plasticizing effectiveness to replace dioctyl phthalate (DOP) and compared with conventional epoxy plasticizer epoxidized fatty acid methyl esters (Ep-FAMEs).

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(pdf) synthesis of an efficient bio-based plasticizer derived from

(PDF) Synthesis of an efficient bio-based plasticizer derived from

The properties of the poly (vinyl chloride) (PVC) with AC-FAME-MAE were tested and compared with those of the PVC plasticized with DOP (di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate) and EFAME (epoxy fatty...

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epoxy fatty acids: chemistry and biological effects

Epoxy Fatty Acids: Chemistry and Biological Effects

This chapter reviews the basic chemical and biochemical reactions involved in the synthesis of the fatty acid epoxides as well as in the biochemical degradation of the fatty acid epoxides.

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conversion of fatty acid methyl ester to epoxy plasticizer by auto

Conversion of fatty acid methyl ester to epoxy plasticizer by auto

(DOI: 10.1016/J.JCLEPRO.2020.120791) Fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) can be converted to epoxy plasticizer by in situ auto-catalyzed formation of performic acid (PFA) in a bi-phase reaction system. However, mass transfer effect could be neglected in a well-stirred reaction system. A pseudo-homogenous kinetic model was thus developed to describe the kinetics of FAME epoxidation. The ...

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synthesis of an efficient bio-based plasticizer derived from waste

Synthesis of an efficient bio-based plasticizer derived from waste

The properties of the poly (vinyl chloride) (PVC) with AC-FAME-MAE were tested and compared with those of the PVC plasticized with DOP (di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate) and EFAME (epoxy fatty acid methyl ester), respectively.

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synthesis of an efficient bio-based plasticizer derived from waste

Synthesis of an efficient bio-based plasticizer derived from waste

cizers that can be substituted for DOP when mixed with epoxy soybean oil [26]. Chen [27] et al. synthesized a tung-oil-derived renewable ... 2.2.2. Preparation of epoxy fatty acid methyl ester (EFAME)

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peroxygenase pathway involved in the biosynthesis of epoxy fatty acids

Peroxygenase Pathway Involved in the Biosynthesis of Epoxy Fatty Acids

A mixture of the equal amounts of the two enzyme extracts incubated with linoleic acid (18:2-9c,12c) alone also produced four new products detected by GC analysis of trimethylsilyl derivatives of fatty acid methyl esters: 13-OH-18:2-9c,11t (20.3%), 12,13-epoxy-18:1-9c (7.6%), 9,10-epoxy-18:1-12c (6.3%), and probably 13-OH-9,10-epoxy-18:1-11t (4.1%) in order of abundance . 13-OH-18:2-9c,11t was ...

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fatty acid methyl esters as biosolvents of epoxy resins: a

Fatty Acid Methyl Esters as Biosolvents of Epoxy Resins: A

The C8 to C18 fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) have been compared as solvents for two epoxy resin pre-polymers, bisphenol A diglycidyl ether (DGEBA) and triglycidyl p-aminophenol ether (TGPA). It was found that the solubilization limits vary according to the ester and that methyl caprylate is the best solvent of both resins. To explain these solubility performances, physical and chemical ...

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