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Hydrogenated Bisphenol A (H-BPA)

Our H-BPA is a dialchol with a cycloalyphatic structure, obtained by dehydrogenating bisphenol A. It is used as a raw material for various engineering plastics and paints, with its good chemical stability derived from no unsaturated bond in the structure.

Molecular Formula ENCS No. CAS No. Structural Formula
C15H28O2C 4-201 80-04-6

2,2'-bis-(4-hydroxycyclohexyl)propane

2,2'-bis-(4-hydroxycyclohexyl)propane

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

TEST UNIT ANALYSIS
Boiling Point (2.67kPa) 253.5~257
Molten Viscosity (160℃) m2/s 17×10-6
Heating Value kJ/g 37.21
Flash Point 194 MIN.

SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPICAL ANALYSIS

TEST UNIT SPECIFICATIONS TYPICAL ANALYSIS
Water(During manufacturing※) 0.5 MAX. 0.05
Appearance white flakes white flakes
Color(30%methanol solution) Hazen Unit 30 MAX. 5
Ash ppm 50 MAX. 30 MAX.
Fe ppm 5 MAX. 1 MAX.
Hydroxyl Group Value mgKOH/g 430 MIN. 461

MAJOR USE: Raw Material for resins, such as epoxy, unsaturated polyester, polycarbonate, polyurethane, polyacrylate, polysulphone, alkid.d

Note

The descriptions herein are based on the available sources and information but no guarantee is given for its integrity or accuracy.

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