HC0713.13 – Methacryl PEG POSS

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Description

DESCRIPTION 

Methacryl PEG POSS® is a molecular union of both functional chemistry and inorganic-organic compositions.

APPLICATIONS:
Surface energy control, Wetting and emolliancy. Additionally dispersion and rheological diluency can be realized in certain formulations.

The reactive methacryl groups provides for cross linking while the peg arms serve as dispersants, plasticization, and gloss effects. The HC0713.13 system provides a lower crosslink capacity than related methacryl-peg heterocages.

COMPATIBILITY
Methacryl PEG POSS® is provided in neat form. It is intended to be utilized as an additive. At additive concentrations compatibility is expected with a wide range of resins and monomers bearing similar chemical functionality. Compatibility testing is recommended for higher concentrations.

KEY PROPERTIES

Formula Weight:: 3752.86 for octamer

Appearance: Clear, colorless liquid

Viscosity (@25°C): 270-300 mPa s

RI: pending

Solubility: Water, alcohols, acetates, and nearly all aromatic/aliphatic epoxy, acrylic, and urethane resins.

Insolubility: Cyclohexane,  silicones-white suspension

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Methacryl PEG POSS® is a provided as a mixture of cages sizes 8, 10, 12. The organic groups are randomly distributed around each cage core. The molar ratio of methacryl and PEG groups is 5:3 for HC0713.53
The distribution of cage size, and functionality around the cage core is analogous to that for functional copolymers.
Heteroleptic Cage POSS are represented by the catalog designation HC. The structure shown is idealized and should not be considered exact. MOLAR RATIOS AVAILABLE
6:2 MA:PEG product number HC0713.31
5:3 MA:PEG product number HC0713.53*
2:6 MA:PEG product number HC0713.13*
*water soluble

SDS

TDS

Additional information

System

Coating

Chemical Functionality

Methacryl

Cure

Free Radical, Standard Addition

Reactivity/Non Reactivity

Reactive

Compatibility

Aliphatic, Aromatic

Effects

Adhesion, Cross Linking, Dispersion, Hardness, Modulus, Optical

Form

Liquid

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