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Eastman™ 1,4-CHDA-HP CAS No.1076-97-7
- Chemical and pharmaceutical intermediate
- Coil coating resins
- High-solids polyester-melamine baking enamels
- Polyester polyols for polyurethane coatings
- Powder coating resins
- Unsaturated polyester resins for gel coats
- Waterborne polyester resins
- An excellent combination of hardness and flexibility in one monomer
- Better gloss retention and yellowing resistance
- Better hydrolytic stability
- Excellent thermal stability for low resin color
- High solubility in molten glycols
- Improved corrosion, stain, chemical, and detergent resistance
- Reduced “orange peel” in powder coatings
Eastman™ 1,4-CHDA-HP (1,4-cyclohexanedicarboxylic acid high purity) is a cycloaliphatic diacid offering many unique performance properties to polyester resins for coatings and fiberglass-reinforced plastics. Its symmetrical, 1,4-substituted cycloaliphatic ring brings properties ideally suited for high-performance applications in automotive, transportation, industrial maintenance, aerospace, architectural, appliance, and general metal coatings, and gel coats.
CHDA is a mixture of cis and trans isomers. It is supplied as white to off-white powder in various package sizes. Eastman also manufactures DMCD, which is the dimethyl ester of CHDA.
For more information about 1,4-CHDA-HP or to request a sample, contact an Eastman Technical Service Representative.
|Property||Typical Value, Units|
|Appearance||White to Off-White Powder|
|Assay||99+ wt % min.|
|cis Isomer||65 wt % min.|
|Water||1.0 wt % max.|
|Solubilityin Water, @ 20°C||1 wt %|
|Specific Gravity@ 20°C/20°C||1.38|
|Bulk Density||0.56 g/mL (35 lb/ft3)|
|Melting Point *a||164-167°C (327-333°F)|
|Flash PointCleveland Open Cup||235°C (455°F)|
|Chemical Inventory Listings *b||TSCA (USA), EINECS (Europe)|
*a Melts quickly to give a hazy liquid due to 30-40% of the high-melting trans isomer. At this melting range, isomerization of the cis to trans begins to take place. Since the trans isomer melts above 300°C, a well defined melting point is not observable.
*b MITI (Japan), AICS (Australia)
Properties reported here are typical of average lots. Eastman makes no representation that the material in any particular shipment will conform exactly to the values given.
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