Vinyl Ethers

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Vinyl ethers undergo homopolymerization via a cationic mechanism. They are increasingly used in radiation curing systems because of a lower toxicity profile than the commonly used acrylic monomers. Vinyl ethers undergo radical initiated copolymerization in the presence of specific monomers such as maleates, fumarates, and acrylics.

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123315 1,4-Butanediol divinyl ether 98% C8H14O2
406198 1,4-Butanediol vinyl ether contains 0.01% potassium hydroxide as stabilizer, 99% C6H12O2
110299 Butyl vinyl ether contains 0.01% potassium hydroxide as stabilizer, 98% C6H12O
410012 tert-Butyl vinyl ether 98% C6H12O
109983 2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether 99%, contains triethanolamine as stabilizer, contains MEHQ as stabilizer C4H7ClO
406171 1,4-Cyclohexanedimethanol divinyl ether, mixture of isomers 98% C12H20O2
409952 1,4-Cyclohexanedimethanol vinyl ether, mixture of cis and trans 85%, technical grade C10H18O2
409936 Cyclohexyl vinyl ether 98% C8H14O
139548 Di(ethylene glycol) divinyl ether 99% C8H14O3
409987 Di(ethylene glycol) vinyl ether 98% C6H12O3
736538 Diethyl vinyl orthoformate 97% C7H14O3
413496 Dodecyl vinyl ether 98% C14H28O
410020 Ethylene glycol vinyl ether 97% C4H8O2
409944 2-Ethylhexyl vinyl ether 98% C10H20O
364045 Ethyl-1-propenyl ether, mixture of cis and trans 98% C5H10O
422177 Ethyl vinyl ether contains 0.1% KOH as stabilizer, 99% C4H8O
278351 Isobutyl vinyl ether contains 0.1% potassium hydroxide as stabilizer, 99% C6H12O
771902 Phenyl vinyl ether 97% C8H8O
375241 Propyl vinyl ether 99% C5H10O