WO2014072987A1 – Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester plasticizers

WO2014072987A1 – Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester plasticizers

  • wo2014061026a1 - epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester

    WO2014061026A1 - Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester

    Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester and methods for making epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester. The epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester is prepared from a fatty acid alkyl ester starting material comprising at least one of mono-unsaturated and di-unsaturated fatty acid alkyl ester molecules in a combined amount of at least 85 weight percent.

  • us9499681b2 - epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester

    US9499681B2 - Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester

    Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters and methods for making epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters. Such epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters can be prepared by epoxidizing fatty acid alkyl esters with an acid and a peroxide. Epoxidation can be performed under controlled reaction conditions to provide epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters having an iodine value in the range of from 4 to 15 g I 2 /100 g

  • epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester plasticizers and methods

    Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester plasticizers and methods

    Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters and methods for making epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters. Such epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters can be prepared by epoxidizing fatty acid alkyl esters with an acid and a peroxide. Epoxidation can be performed under controlled reaction conditions to provide epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters having an iodine value in the range of from 4 to 15 g I2/100 g of

  • epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester plasticizers and methods

    Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl ester plasticizers and methods

    A plasticizer composition comprising: epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters, wherein said epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters have an iodine value in the range of from 7 to 10 g I 2 /100 g of epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters, wherein said epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters have an oxirane oxygen content of at least 6 weight percent based on the

  • plasticizer mixture of epoxidized fatty acid glycerin

    Plasticizer Mixture Of Epoxidized Fatty Acid Glycerin

    The reaction produces a mixture of epoxidized fatty acid alkyl (preferably methyl) ester and epoxidized fatty acid cyclic glycerin carbonate ester, which is believed to be a new compound. The resulting cyclic carbonate is believed to be predominantly the five-membered 1,3-dioxolan-2-one as opposed to the six-membered 1,3-dioxan-2-one.

  • fatty acids, soya, epoxidized, me esters - registration

    Fatty acids, soya, epoxidized, Me esters - Registration

    Fatty acids, soya, epoxidized, Me esters EC Number: 268-371-3 EC Name: Fatty acids, soya, epoxidized, Me esters CAS Number: 68082-35-9 Molecular formula: epoxidized octadecadienoic acid, methyl ester. Constituent 5. Reference substance name: epoxidized octadecatrienoic acid, methyl ester Molecular formula: C19H32O(3-5)

  • epoxidized-fatty-acid-alkyl-ester plasticizers from

    EPOXIDIZED-FATTY-ACID-ALKYL-ESTER PLASTICIZERS FROM

    Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters produced, at least in part, from a natural-oil soap stock and methods for making such epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters. Epoxidized fatty acid alkyl esters can be employed in plasticizer compositions in combination with at least one epoxidized

  • epoxy fatty acids methyl ester, epoxidized soybean oil

    Epoxy Fatty Acids Methyl Ester, Epoxidized Soybean Oil

    Product categories of Eco-Friendly Plasticizer, we are specialized manufacturers from China, Epoxidized Soybean Oil, Epoxy Fatty Acids Methyl Ester suppliers/factory, wholesale high-quality products of Environmentally Friendly Plasticizers R & D and manufacturing, we have the perfect after-sales service and technical support. Look forward to your cooperation!

  • epoxy fatty acid ester plasticizers - industrial

    Epoxy Fatty Acid Ester Plasticizers - Industrial

    Epoxidized esters of fatty acids as internal and external plasticizers for polyvinyl acetate Leonard S. Silbert , William S. Port Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society 1957 34 (1), 9-11