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Maxgard® 1000 (Benzophenone-2)

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by United Initiators
2,2',4,4'-Tetrahdroxybenzophenone. It is a light stabilizer for protecting plastics from the damaging UV radiation which is a component of natural sunlight. It is very compatible with plastic optical lens materials and is extremely useful as a UV screen in these products. It stabilizes colors in various applications and has a very broad absorption band which extends into the UV-A range.
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Product Type
Light Stabilizers / UV Absorbers > Benzophenones
Chemical Composition
2,2',4,4'-Tetrahdroxybenzophenone
CAS Number
131-55-5
SpecialChem additionnal informations based on CAS Number : 131-55-5

Hansen Solubility Parameters

[21.9, 10, 5.8]
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[δD - Dispersion force interactions, δP - Polar force interactions, δH - Hydrogen bond force interactions]

Please note, these HSP values are estimations. It is based upon the “like seeks like” principle. It splits an ingredients interactions into three parameters; δD (Dispersion force interactions), δP (Polar forces interactions) and δH (Hydrogen bond force interactions). Hansen Solubility Parameters can help you find a wide range of products that are predicted to be compatible with Maxgard® 1000 (Benzophenone-2). A practical determination of these HSP values would provide higher certainty. Learn More.

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