Propargylamines are building blocks in the production of some pharmaceutical active ingredients. For example, anti-Parkinson propargylamine-containing MAO-B inhibitor drug, rasagiline, has neuroprotective properties. In industrial processes propargylamine-containing compositions are used for the synthesis of brightening additives for nickel plating and as corrosion inhibitors (read more)
Photolithography and Nano-imprint Patterning
- Tosic acid
- Tosyl chloride
- Cinnamic acid derivatives
- Functionalized anthracenes (e.g., 9-anthracenemethanol), and related poly-nuclear aromatics
- Norbornyl derivatives
- 2-Methyl-1-butanol and related alcohols.
- Sudan Orange
- Violet PR
Arkalon offers a line of specialty monomers, many of which are not commercially available elsewhere except in laboratory quantities, which are designed for use in producing straight-chain and branched polycarbonates, epoxy resin polymers and polyesters with applications in coatings, adhesives, dental resins, medical devices, and water filtration/treatment. (read more)
Arkalon produces DDP, particularly useful as a cure accelerator in peroxy initiated acrylate based adhesives and sealants. DDP is available in Standard Grade, which is a cost-effective cure accelerator, and Performance Grade, which is more efficient with the advantage of reducing both batch-to-batch cure variation and chemical waste compared to commonly available low purity... (read more)
TMC is an important building block in the production of polymer membranes useful for fluid purification via reverse osmosis (RO) techniques. An important application for TMC in water purification membranes involves interfacial polymerization of meta-phenylene diamine (MPD) with 1,3,5-benzenetricarbonyl trichloride producing a crosslinked polyamide (US 4,277,344) (read more)
Arkalon offers are range of performance-enhancing additives for advanced adhesives, including polymerization catalysts, cure accelerators and photo-initiators.
Arkalon also offers custom synthesis services with the aim of tailoring the properties of the additive to meet specific performance objectives, such as cure rate, regulatory compliance, or purity. (read more)