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Phenyl Silane | Phenyl Silanes

SiSiB® PC8132

Phenyl Triethoxysilane (Donor A).
Synonym: Triethoxysilylbenzene

Countertype of Evonik CP 0320, Catylen D100, Dynasylan 9265, DowCorning Z-9805, ShinEtsu KBE-103, Wacker P-TRIETHOXY
Chemical Structure

SiSiB® organosilanes basic structure is RnSi(OR)4-n, wherein "R" is an alkyl, aryl, or other organofunctional group and "OR" is a methoxy, ethoxy, or acetoxy group.

SiSiB® phenyl silanes are a group of phenyl-containing silicon compounds.
Typical Physical Properties
Chemical Name: Phenyltriethoxysilane
CAS No.: 780-69-8
EINECS No.: 212-305-8
Empirical Formula: C12H20O3Si
Molecular Weight: 240.37
Boiling Point: 233°C [760mmHg]
Flash Point: 96°C
Color and Appearance: Colorless transparent liquid
Density [25°C]: 0.996
Refractive Index [25°C]: 1.4718
Purity: 98% by GC
SiSiB® PC8132 is used to modify the suface of inorganic fillers such as wollastonite andaluminum trihydroxide. It makes the surface of these inorganic fillers more hydrophobic and thus increases their dispersability in mineral-filled polymers. SiSiB® PC8132 is especially suited for polymers that are processed at elevated temperatures. SiSiB® PC8132 reduces the viscosity of the polymer melt.
In many sol-gel applications SiSiB® PC8132 is partially hydrolyzed to form a preproduct that can be further crosslinked using temperature. This pre-hydrolysis is often made in conjunction with alkyl silanes (SiSiB® PC5132) or other organofunctional silanes (e.g. SiSiB® PC3100), silicic acid esters, or even an aqueous silica sol.
SiSiB® PC8132 reacts slower with water than SiSiB® PC8131.
SiSiB® PC8132 can be used as a crosslinker in high-temperature silicone elastomers
SiSiB® PC8132 can be used as a stereo-regulator for Ziegler-Natta-catalysts to increase the isotactic index in polypropylene. (A donor)
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