Triphenyl phosphite (TPP) is an organophos-phorous compound and is a colorless, viscous liquid with high boiling point. It possesses a characteristic, delicate fragrance. Its uses can be found largely in polymers. Besides, it participates as a reactant in organic syntheses.
The triphenyl ester of phosphorous acid is produced by reaction of phenol with phosphorous trichloride, hydrochloric acid being the by-product.
Phosphorous acid triphenyl ester
|As an antioxidant and a stabilizer in PVC, PP, PS, epoxy, and ABS resins. TPP imparts excellent color stability and heat stability|
|Improves color and clarity of alkyd resins|
|Used in process of emulsion polymerization|
|in Organic Syntheses|
|Consumed in some reactions that convert alcohol to acid chloride|
|As peptide coupling agent|
|In manufacture of pesticides and optical brighteners|
|RM for production of trimethyl phosphine|
|RM for synthesis of other organic phosphites such as diphenyl isodecyl phosphite and diphenyl iso-octyl phosphite|
|As chelating agent|
|As additive in lubricants and adhesives|
|As flame retardant|
|Acid Value||Mg KOH/g||Max 0.1|
|Specific Gravity @ 25°C||–||1.175-1.189|
|Refractive Index @ 25°C||–||1.5800 -1.5950|
|Free Phenol by GC||%||Max 1.0|
|Triphenyl phosphite by GC||%||Min 99.0|
The product is stored at ambient temperature.
225 kg UN-approved HDPE drum.
TPP offered by ExSyn is registered under EU REACH regulations.
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