MIBC (Methylisobutylcarbinol) is a colorless liquid C6 branched alcohol. It is used in the synthesis of lub oil addtives (ZDDP) for anti-wear and anti-corrosion. It is also commonly used as a large range flotation frother in copper (polymetallic) and coal minings. MIBC can also be used in coatings or fine chemistry.
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Common name : MIBC
- Purity (% by weight) : ≥ 98,5
- Appareance at 20°C : clear liquid free from suspended materials
- Density at 20°C (g/cm3) : 0,806 - 0,808
- Boiling point at 1013 Pa : 131,7°C
- Flash point (closed cup) : 41°C
- Water solubility at 20°C: MIBC in water (mass fraction) : 1,7%; Water in MIBC (mass fraction) : 5,8%
- Hansen solubility parameters at 25°C: δt = 19,8; δd = 15,2; δp = 2,4; δh = 12,4
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