AMMONIUM STEARATE = STEARIC ACID, AMMONIUM SALT = ammonium octadecanoate = azanium;octadecanoate
EC / List no.: 213-695-2
CAS no.: 1002-89-7
Mol. formula: C18H39NO2
Ammonium Stearate is used in waterproofing cements, concrete, stucco, paper, textiles.
Ammonium Stearate is used extensively in the textile Industry, in acrylic latex compounds.
Ammonium Stearate is Foam stabiliser for coatings
Ammonium Stearate is Resistant to alkaline concentrations common in practice
Ammonium Stearate is Not resistant to acid systems
Ammonium Stearate enables Optimum dispersion of the expanded foaming paste
Ammonium Stearate enables uniform fine pores
Aqueous dispersion of ammonium stearate is mainly used in the field of gravure printing.
Beside the positive effect on the coating rheology, ammonium stearate dispersion damps the foam tendency during the processing operation.
Ammonium stearate damps the foam tendency and has a positive effect on the coating rheology.
In addition Ammonium stearate is based on vegetable fatty acids and is particularly suitable for applications in the food industry
Ammoniumstearate is an acid scavenger, release agent and lubricant in Plastic and various industries.
Ammoniumstearate is a cost effective chemical additive for plastics.
Benefits of Ammoniumstearate
Lubricants / Waxes
Field of application: Foam coatings
Chemical Basis: Aqueous ammonium stearate dispersion
Ionic Character: Anionic
AMMONIUM STEARATE Chemical Properties,Uses and Production
cream or light yellow powder
AMMONIUM STEARATE is used in vanishing creams, in waterproofing cements and in polymer emulsions and coatings.
AMMONIUM STEARATE is white to yellow paste or liquid with a weak ammonia odor.
Air & Water Reactions
AMMONIUM STEARATE is slightly soluble in water.
AMMONIUM STEARATE has weak oxidizing or reducing powers. Redox reactions can however still occur. The majority of compounds in this class are slightly soluble or insoluble in water. If soluble in water, then the solutions are usually neither strongly acidic nor strongly basic. These compounds are not water-reactive.
A nuisance dust.
None experienced under normal conditions of use. Ingestion causes irritation of mouth and stomach. Contact with eyes causes irritation.
Special Hazards of Combustion Products: Toxic ammonia and oxides of nitrogen may form in fires.
A nuisance dust. When heated todecomposition it emits toxic vapors of NH3.
Acide octadécanoïque, ammoniate (1:1) [French] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
Octadecanoic acid ammoniate (1:1) [ACD/IUPAC Name]
Octadecanoic acid, ammonium salt [ACD/Index Name]
Octadecansäureammoniat (1:1) [German] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
ammonium stearate, paste
Ammonium stearate, pure
AMMONIUM STEARATE|AMMONIUM OCTADECANOATE
azanium and octadecanoate
MFCD00152247 [MDL number]
Stearic acid 1-monoglyceride
STEARIC ACID AMINE
Stearic acid, ammonium salt
N° CAS : 1002-89-7 - Stéarate d'ammonium
Nom INCI : AMMONIUM STEARATE
Nom chimique : Ammonium stearate
N° EINECS/ELINCS : 213-695-2
Additif alimentaire : E571
Octadecanoic acid, ammonium salt
Octadecanoic acid, ammonium salt (1:1)
azane; octadecanoic acid
octadecanoic acid ammonium salt
octadecanoic acid, ammonium salt
stearic acid ammonium salt
stearic acid, ammonium salt