- Dibasic ester
Mixtures of different methyl dibasic esters are commercially produced from short-chain acids such as adipic acid, glutaric acid, and succinic acid. They are non-flammable, readily biodegradable, non-corrosive, and have a mild, fruity odour.
Dibasic esters of phthalates, adipates, and azelates with C8 - C10 alcohols have found commercial use as lubricants, spin finishes, and additives.
Dibasic esters are used in paints, paint strippers, coatings, plasticisers, resins, binders, solvents, polyols, soil stabilization, chemical grouting, oilfield drilling fluids, crop protection products, and adhesives.
- ^ "Dibasic Esters". Chemical Online. 2007. http://www.chemicalonline.com/Content/ProductShowcase/product.asp?DocID=a5bbc4f8-7525-11d3-9a64-00a0c9c83afb. Retrieved 2007-12-28.
- ^ a b "DBE: Solvents in Balance with the Environment". INVISTA. 2005. http://dbe.invista.com/. Retrieved 2007-12-28.
- ^ "About Dibasic Esters". Hatco. http://www.hatcocorporation.com/pages/syntheticlubes/dibasicesters.htm. Retrieved 2010-02-18.
This organic chemistry article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.