n-Tert-Butylacrylamide CAS 107-58-4

A detailed overview about n-Tert-Butylacrylamide CAS 107-58-4

Posted on: February 2, 2022

n-TBA is an abbreviation for Tert-Butylacrylamide. Tertiary butyl acrylamide CAS 107-58-4 is a solid colorless powder with a dense characteristic smell. The product is also known as n-(1,1-Dimethylethyl)-2-propenamide and n-t-Butylacrylamide. The product falls under the family of products which are hydrophobic acrylamides.

Tert butyl acrylamide can be synthesized using the Ritter reaction of isobutylene, sulfuric acid and acrylonitrile. To optimize n-tert-butylacrylamide, n-tert-butyl acetate and acetic acid can be used.

The linear chemical formula of n-tert-butylacrylamide is CH2=CHCONHC(CH3)3. Tertiary butyl acrylamide’s unique numerical identifier assigned by the chemical abstracts service CAS is 107-58-4.

The molecular weight of n-tert-butylacrylamide is 127.18. The melting point of tert butyl acrylamide is 126-129 degrees Celsius . The density of tert butyl acrylamide is 1.20 g/ cm3.

The flashpoint property is not applicable to N-Tert-Butylacrylamide because it doesn’t easily get vaporized at its low-temperature point to form an ignitable mixture in air.

Tert butyl acrylamide is assigned 13 which stands for non-flammable solids in non-flammable packages – based on the storage class (LGK) metric which is assigned to stored hazardous substances depending on their hazard characteristics.

N-tert-butylacrylamide is a monomer with dominant temperature sensitivity. Such sensitivity features of nTBA can be used in the systems for drugs delivery as well as in the process like dewatering of proteins.

N-Tert-Butylacrylamide CAS 107-58-4 can be used in the process of localizing intact cells onto specific regions in a device or material without the loss of requisite biological function and properties which is also known as cell immobilization.

N-Tert-Butylacrylamide CAS 107-58-4 application can be found in plastic/ polymer industries and is a necessary intermediate in various organic chemical syntheses. The flocculating tendency of pulp fibers can be improved by using tertiary butyl acrylamide as a retention aid in the paper industry. Under extreme pH conditions, tert butyl acrylamide and acrylic acid copolymers can be used in thicking mixtures to achieve high performance in aqueous solutions.

Personal Care industry, construction industry and water treatment industry are the major areas where tert butyl acrylamide based polymers find applications in.

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