Enox LPO-98 Dilauroyl peroxide 105-74-8

Chemical Name Dilauroyl Peroxide CAS-No: 105-74-8 C24H46O4=398.6 Introduction: Enox® LPO-98 is a white powdery solid, a diacyl organic peroxide. It is used for the (co-)polymerization of styrene, ethylene, vinyl chloride, acrylates and methacrylates. Safety data Self-accelerated decomposition temperature (SADT): 50 ℃ United Nations No. (UN-No): 3106 China Hazardous Chemical No. (CN-No): 52044 Physical and chemical properties State: solid Theoretical reactive oxygen content: 4.01% Main quality indicators Appearance

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Arkema Luperox® LP Dilauroyl Peroxide Initiator Dilauroyl Peroxide LPO 105-74-8

Luperox® LP Lauroyl peroxide is one of two environmentally controlled temperature peroxides with a very fast half-life marketed worldwide by Arkema (the other is Luperox® A75 benzoyl peroxide powder). Dilauroyl peroxide can be used for PVC production in suspension or micro-suspension processes. While it is permissible to ship Luperox® LP Dilauroyl Peroxide at ambient temperature, storage at 40°F is recommended to maintain quality.

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Lauroyl peroxide LPO 105-74-8

Dilauroyl peroxide Trade name: initiator LPO English name: Dilauroyl peroxide Chemical name: Dilauroyl peroxide Chemical structure formula: Molecular formula: C24H46O4 molecular weight: 398.6 Theoretical reactive oxygen content: 4.01% CAS: 105-74-8 Einecs: 203-326-3 Main decomposition products CO2, laurate Safety Indicators: Half-life (measured in chlorobenzene solution): 0.1 hr: 99°C 1 hr: 79°C 10 hr: 61°C Thermal Stability Data: Self-Accelerating Decomposition Temperature (SADT)

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Nouryon Laurox Dilauroyl Peroxide LPO 105-74-8

Applications Polymerization of Vinyl Chloride: Laurox is widely used as an initiator for the suspension and the native polymerization of Vinyl Chloride at temperatures in the range of 60-80 °C. In order to improve reactor efficiency, Laurox is in many cases used in combination with more reactive peroxides, e.g. with peroxydicarbonates (e.g. Perkadox 16) to increase reactivity. Polymerization of Ethylene: Laurox can be used as an initiator for high-pressure polymerization of ethylene, but due to its low solubility in most aliphatic solvents, it has been replaced in many cases by bis (3,5,5-trimethylacetyl) peroxide (Trigonox 36).

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