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What's The Difference Between Acrylic And Acrylic?
- Aug 06, 2018 -

Acrylic is not water-borne acrylic.

Acrylic: acrylic refers to pure polymethyl methacrylate materials. It is a generic term for acrylic and methacrylic chemicals, including monomers, plates, pellets, resins and composites. Acrylic board is polymerized by methyl methacrylate monomer.

Acrylic acid: acrylic acid is used in the industry to produce acrylate (resin), which is used in the fields of architecture, paper, leather, textile, plastic processing, packaging materials, daily chemical industry, water treatment, oil production, metallurgy and so on. Acrylic and acrylic copolymers produced by acrylic acid are used as dispersants, flocculants and thickeners. Acrylic resins are generally known as homopolymers and copolymers of (methyl) acrylic acid and derivatives. Homopolymers are poly (methyl) acrylic acid and its salts, poly (methyl) acrylate, butyl, polyacrylonitrile, polyacrylonitrile and so on. The copolymers are also selected with different uses and proportional copolymerization. Polymer varieties. Narrow sense acrylic resin mainly refers to polymethacrylic acid and its salts. It is a polyelectrolyte and its properties are affected by pH value. Different forms of resin can be obtained by solid polymerization, solution and latex polymerization.