Polyvinyl butyral

Agent Name
Polyvinyl butyral
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Plastics & Rubber
Bakelite XYHL; Butvar; Butvar 76; Butvar 79; Butvar B 72; Butvar B 73; Butvar B 76; Butvar B 79; Butvar B 90; Butvar B 98; Butvel; Butyral (polymer); Butyral resins; Denka 6000C; Denka Butyral; Denka Butyral 2000-1; Denka Butyral 2000-2; Denka Butyral 2000L; Denka Butyral 3000-1; Denka Butyral 3000-2; Denka Butyral 3000-4; Denka Butyral 3000K; Denka Butyral 4000; Denka Butyral 4000-1; Denka Butyral 4000-2; Denka Butyral 5000; Denka Butyral 5000A; Denka Butyral 6000; Denka Butyral 6000AP; Denka Butyral 6000AS; Denka Butyral 6000C; Denka Butyral 6000CG; Denka Butyral 6000EP; Denka Butyral 6000G; Denka Butyral 600C; Polyvinyl alcohol, reaction product with butyraldehyde; Polyvinyl butyral resins; Polyvinylbutyral [Czech]; Poly(2-propyl-m-dioxane-4,6-diylene); Vinyl acetal polymers, butyrals; Polyvinyl butyral resin; [ChemIDplus]
Solid; [Sigma-Aldrich MSDS]
"Support film in the study of macromolecules by transmission electron microscopy." [ChemIDplus] Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] "Polyvinyl butyral (or PVB) is a resin usually used for applications that require strong binding, optical clarity, adhesion to many surfaces, toughness and flexibility. It is prepared from polyvinyl alcohol by reaction with butyraldehyde. The major application is laminated safety glass for automobile windshields." [Wikipedia]
A moderate eye irritant; [RTECS] A skin and strong eye irritant; [Sigma-Aldrich MSDS]
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