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    Vinyl silane is soluble in organic solvents, insoluble in water at PH 7, but soluble in acidic water at PH3-3.5.Vinyl silane has the function of coupling agent and crosslinking agent, whose suitable p...

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    As a common vinyl silane, vinyl trimethoxysilane is suitable for polyethylene and copolymer of all kinds of complex shapes and densities, as well as for composite materials with large processing proce...

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    Chloro silane is a chemical that reacts violently with compounds containing reactive hydrogen.Chloro silane can react violently with compounds containing active hydrogen, such as water, alcohol, pheno...

Introduction to Amino Functional Silane

Aminofunctional silane is a chemical substance with a molecular formula of H2NCH2CH2CH2Si(OC2H5)3, which is used in various industries such as FRP, coatings, foundry, plastics, adhesives, sealants, textile printing and dyeing. It is a tackifier for RTV silicone rubber.

Amino functional silane
Chemical name: γ-aminopropyltriethoxysilane
Chemical structure: H2NCH2CH2CH2Si(OC2H5)3
Materialized data:
Chromatographic purity (GC): ≥95%
Molecular weight: 221
Appearance: colorless or light yellow transparent liquid
Boiling point: 103-108 ° C / 13 mm Hg; 217 ° C / 760 mm
Hg Density: D254 0.9390 ~ 0.9430
Refraction: n25D 1.4180-1.4205
Water solubility: 10% aqueous solution (volume) insoluble matter ≤ 2.0%
Storage stability: Store in dry and cool place for 12 months (from the date of packaging)
Extinguishing methods: dry powder, foam, carbon dioxide, water
Product packaging: 5kg / barrel; 10kg / barrel; 25kg / barrel; 200 kg / barrel

Properties of amino functional silane: It has two functional groups, amino and ethoxy. Among them, three hydrolyzable groups (ethoxy groups) are firstly hydrolyzed to form silanol in the reaction. Since silanol is unstable, it is easily combined with inorganic or metal hydroxyl groups to dehydrate and combine with inorganic substances or metals. Two active hydrogens on the amino group can react with various polymers to bond two completely different materials through chemical bonds.