2-Ethyl-4-methylimidazole is a yellowish liquid with an amine-like odor. It is a versatile intermediate with a variety of applications.
2-Ethyl-4-methylimidazole is one of the most common and widely used curing agent in variety of epoxy resins due to high curing efficiency, intermediate curing temperature of epoxy/imidazole resin system and excellent mechanical property of curing product.
The product is formed by condensation of amidine with hydroxy acetone, the former in turn a product of reaction between ammonia and propionitrile.
Ethyl methyl Imidazole
|It is used as an intermediate for pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, dyes, textile auxiliaries, pigments and other organic chemicals|
|Cross-linker for epoxy resins to synthesize network polymers with improved thermal resistance and physical properties|
|Curing agent for polysiloxane episulfide resin (PSER)|
|As a catalyst to promote curing of blends of hyperbranched aromatic epoxy polymer and bisphenol F diglycidyl ether|
|In synthesis of value – added product 1–(2-cyanoethyl)-2-ethyl-4-methylimidazole|
|Appearance||–||Yellowish viscous liquid|
|Active Imidazole (by GC)||%||Min 98.0|
|2-Ethyl-4-Methylimidazole (by GC)||%||Min 96.0|
|4-Methylimidazole (by GC)||%||Max 2.0|
|2,4-Methylimidazole (by GC)||%||Max 3.0|
|Water (by KF)||%||Max 0.50|
|Chromaticity (20°C)||Gardner||Max 10.0|
|Viscosity (25°C)||cps||3000 – 6000|
Product is stored at ambient temperature.
50 Kgs steel drums & 180 Kgs MS drums.
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