Organic peroxides find numerous applications. They serve as accelerators, activators, cross-linking agents, curing and vulcanization agents, hardeners, polymerisation initiators, and promoters. Drying oils, found in many paints and varnishes, function via the formation of hydro peroxides.
|MPI brandname||CAS nr.||Chemical name|
|BIPB 40 / 96 (14)||25155-25-3||Di-(Tert.Butyl Peroxy Isopropyl) benzene|
|BPDH 92 (101)||78-63-7||2,5-dimethyl-2.5 di-(tert-butyl-peroxy) hexane|
|BPO 20 / 50 / 75 (LW / CH)||94-36-0||dibenzoyl peroxide|
|DCP 40 / 99 (BC)||80-43-3||Di-Cumyl-Peroxide|
|DIHP 55 / 60 / 70 / 80||26762-93-6||diisopropylbenzene hydroperoxide|
|DTAP 90 / 95 (201)||10508-09-5||Di-Tert. Amyl Peroxide|
|DTBP 98 / 99 (B)||110-05-4||Di-Tert. Butyl Peroxide|
|TAEC 94 (131)||70833-40-8||Tert-Amyl Peroxy-2-Ethyl Hexyl Carbonate|
|TBCP 95 (T)||3457-61-2||tert-butyl α,α-dimethylbenzyl peroxide|
|TBEC 95 (117)||34443-12-4||Tert-Butyl-Peroxy-2-Ethyl Hexyl Carbonate|
|TBPB 50 / 98 / 99 (C)||614-45-9||Tert-Butyl Peroxy Benzoate|
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