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  • Hydroxypropyl acrylates are made from the reaction of propylene oxide with acrylic (HPA) or methacrylic acid (HPMA). They are used in UV curable resins, inks, coatings and varnishes.

    Learn more by visiting the Functional Monomers Web Site.

  • Isopropanolamines are made from the reaction of propylene oxide with ammonia, and are used as solvents in natural gas purification, metal working fluids and cosmetics.

    Learn more by visiting the Dow Specialty Amines - Alkyl Alkanolamines Web Site.
  • Propylene Glycol Alginates are made from the reaction of propylene oxide with sea weed (sea kelp), which contain alginic acid, used in a wide range of applications such as food grade thickeners, emulsifiers, stabilizers for acid food products and foam stabilizers in beer.

For Propylene Oxide Safety Data Sheets, Technical Data Sheets and other technical documents, please go to Technical Information.