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Di-o-allyl Bisphenol-A TDS

Di-o-allyl Bisphenol-A SDS

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Di-o-allyl Bisphenol-A

Di-o-allyl Bisphenol-A Product Properties

13676-54-5

237-163-4

(CH3)2C[C6H3(CH2CH=CH2)OH]2

358.35 g/mol

155-159°C/311-318.2°F

Powder Solid

Aerospace Materials, Polyimide resins

2,2′-Bis(3-allyl-4-hydroxyphenyl)isopropylidene

2,2-Bis(3-allyl-4-hydroxyphenyl)propane,

4,4′-(1-Methylethylidene)bis[2-(2-propenyl)phenol]

4,4′-Isopropylidenebis(2-allylphenol)

Ammonium Benzoate Uses and applications

diallyl bisphenol A is a kind of modified monomer of thermosetting resin which is mainly used in the modifying and toughening of bismaleimide resin, epoxy resin, phenolic resin etc., and it can enhance the toughness of thermosetting resin greatly. It also can be used as active diluent of thermosetting resin. The adhesion strength between metals can be further improved when used in rubber. 

 

Diallyl bisphenol A is a modified thermosetting resin monomer with several applications. Here are some of the common uses of diallyl bisphenol A:

 

Modifying and Toughening Resins: Diallyl bisphenol A is used in the modifying and toughening of bismaleimide resin, epoxy resin, phenolic resin, and other thermosetting resins. When added to these resins, it enhances their toughness and impact resistance.

 

Actively Diluent of Thermosetting Resin: Diallyl bisphenol A can be used as an active diluent of thermosetting resin. It can reduce the viscosity of the resin and improve its processing properties.

 

Adhesion Strength Improvement: Diallyl bisphenol A can improve adhesion strength between metal surfaces when used in rubber.

 

Coatings: Diallyl bisphenol A is used as a curing agent for epoxy coatings. When mixed with an epoxy resin, it reacts with the resin to form a cross-linked network of molecules that provides mechanical strength and stability to the coating.

 

Composites: Diallyl bisphenol A is used as a toughening agent for epoxy resins in composite materials. Adding to an epoxy resin improves the resin's toughness and impact resistance, making it better suited for use in composite applications.

It is important always to follow the Cymer Chemicals safety guidelines and instructions when using diallyl bisphenol A in any application. This includes wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), using the correct mixing ratios, and following proper handling and disposal procedures.