Factory Supply Adipic Acid CAS 124-04-9 White Powder
Dibutyltin Maleate(DBTM) CAS No.: 78-04-6 MF: C12H20O4Sn MW: 346.98 Physical property Melting point: 90-130℃ Decomposing by heating, . Soluble in ethanol, benzene and organic ester, but insoluble in water. Specifications Appearance: White powder Tin Content: 33-34% Water: ≤0.5% Additive amount...
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CAS No.: 78-04-6
Decomposing by heating, .
Soluble in ethanol, benzene and organic ester, but insoluble in water.
Appearance: White powder
Tin Content: 33-34%
1. Dibutyltin Maleate can be used as PVC heat stabilizer, has a good heat stability, weather fastness and transparency for rigid PVC transparent products;
2. Dibutyltin Maleate can be used as condensation catalyst;
3. Dibutyltin Maleate can be used as gasoline explosion-proof agent.
Kept in cool dry places, after use, lid airtightly timely, reducing contact with air.
Should avoid touching the skin, mucous membrane, if touched, wash immediately with plenty of water.
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