Allyl Glycidyl Ether (AGE) is a multifunctional organic intermediate made from epichlorohydrin and allyl chloride and is featured by high functionality and low chlorine content. Since it has an epoxy group and an allyl group, AGE reacts with a wide range of compounds.
The synthesis process includes the ring opening reaction of materials allyl alcohol and epoxy chloropropane under the action of solid acid catalyst to prepare the intermediate allyl chlorohydrin; and the subsequent ring closing reaction with sodium hydroxide to prepare allyl glycidyl ether.
|2-(prop-2-enoxymethyl) oxirane, Allyl 2,3-epoxypropyl ether
|This product has a wide variety of applications:
|Pharmaceutical Intermediates – A variety of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) are, or could be, derived from glycidyl ether intermediates including therapeutic agents known as β-blockers.
|Modifier for elastomers, adhesives, fibers, etc.
|Reactive diluent for epoxies; reactive intermediate for coatings.
|Sizing / finishing agent for fiberglass
|Silane intermediate in electronic coatings
|Defoamer Comonomer for polyepichlorohydrin rubber, unsaturated polyester resins, and crosslinked PU elastomers
|Curing system additive in bisphenol A-epichlorohydrin epoxies for food-contact articles
|Scavenger / Stabilizer in chlorinated solvents –used as acid scavengers in chlorinated solvents thereby improving stability.
|Used in the synthesis of polymeric electrolytes for the fabrication of lithium batteries
|Appearance @ 25°C
|Clear and colorless
190 Kgs UN approved drums
Keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place. Keep away from heat and sources of ignition.
AGE offered by ExSyn is registered under EU REACH regulations.
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