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Zinc dioleate

Zinc dioleate

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Zinc oleate, Zn[CH3(CH2)7CH=CH(CH2)7COO]2, is a popular industrial chemical commonly used for making nanomaterials, catalysts, deodorants, corrosion inhibitors, lubricants, heat stabilizers, emulsifying agents, paint driers, water proofing agents, grease ingredients, pigments, vulcanization activators and accelerators in the rubber industry, mold release agents, thickening agents, waterproofing agents, wood preservatives, mildew inhibitors, printing /dyeing mordants, UV stabilizers, animal feed additives, fertilizers, etc. 

  • Tags

    fatty acid zinc salt; long chain zinc soap; zinc carboxylate, synthetic metal soaps, biodiesel production catalyst, lubricant additive, precursor for semi-conducting zinc nanocrystals, activators for sulfur vulcanization of styrene–butadiene elastomer, organic zinc activator, metallic oleate

  • Synonyms

    zinc dioleate; zinc salt of octadecanoic acid; 9-octadecenoic acid (9Z)-, zinc salt (2:1); zinc (II) oleate

  • Tech Specs

    Light tan powder

    • CAS: 557-07-3
    • Product ID: OLE124
    • Formula: C36H66ZnO4
    • MW:  628.29g/mol
    • Purity: 98%+
    • MP 68-72C
    • Solubility: insoluble in water, soluble in organic solvents
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