VeoVa™ 10 Monomer


VeoVaTM 10 Monomer is the vinyl ester of VersaticTM acid 10, a synthetic saturated monocarboxylic acid with a highly branched structure containing ten carbon atoms. Its structure may be represented as:



VeoVa structure



R1 and R2 are alkyl groups containing a total of 7 carbon atoms. VeoVa 10 Monomer, a low viscosity liquid with a typical mild ester odor, is a very attractive monomer for the manufacture of polymers through reactions of the vinyl group. It imparts a combination of flexibility (medium to low Tg), hydrophobicity and very good chemical and UV resistance.

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    Acetic acid is used as a solvent in the production of terephthalic acid from p-xylene. Terephthalic acid is the raw material for polyester fiber. Terephthalic acid has become a more important raw material for non-fiber field, PET-bottle, PET-film and engineering plastics and as poultry feed additives.

Vinyl acetate monomer is a chemical building block used for a wide variety of industrial and consumer products. Polyvinyl acetate is used to produce paints, adhesives, coatings for flexible substrates and sizing for polyester fiber-fill insulation textiles. Polyvinyl alcohol can be used to produce adhesives, coatings and water soluble packaging films. Polyvinyl acetals are used to produce insulation for magnetic wire, inter-layers for safety glass, wash primers and coatings.
    VeoVa  is commonly used in vinyl and acrylic polymers, where it improves the hydrolytic stability, adhesion and water resistance dramatically.  Emulsion polymers based on VeoVa show a clear improvement in pigment wetting and scrub resistance. Such emulsions can also be used for high quality low-VOC decorative paints and industrial coatings.


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