NMA 48 %


Chemical intermediate, reactive comonomer; production of polymers for coatings, varnishes, and adhesion; crease resistance in cotton material.
Organic synthetic monomer to produce copolymer, including thermosetting resin, optical curing epoxy resin coating oil-proof coating for canvas, baking coating for automobile, boat & machine. 
Its emulsion can be used in the coating and base layer of fabrics, fiber finishing, leather coating, paper coating and spray cotton or used as adhesive


N-methylolacrylamide appears as a colorless or yellow aqueous solution.


n-Methylolacrylamide
CAS Number
924-42-5
Synonym
n-(hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide; N-methanolacrylamide; Monomethylolacrylamide; NCI-C60333; Uramine T 80

EC / List no.: 213-103-2

CAS no.: 924-42-5

Mol. formula: C4H7NO2
EC / List no.: 213-103-2
CAS no.: 924-42-5
Mol. formula: C4H7NO2

N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE    
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
Monomethylolacrylamide
N-Methanolacrylamide

Occurrence/Use
Chemical intermediate, reactive comonomer; production of polymers for coatings, varnishes, and adhesion; crease resistance in cotton material.

ACRYLAMIDE, N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)-
MH 100
MH 100 (AMIDE)
MONOMETHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)-2-PROPENAMIDE
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE
N-MAM P
N-METHANOLACRYLAMIDE
N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
NCI-C60333
NMA 60
ROCAGIL BT
U-RAMIN T 80
URAMINE T 80

Cylink NMA Monomer, 48% Aqueous, inhibited
FLOCRYL NMA
2-Propenamide,N-(hydroxymethyl)-
AMOL

N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
2-Propenamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Hydroxymethylacrylamide
Methylolacrylamide
methylolacrylamide
Monomethylolacrylamide
Other
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE    
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
Monomethylolacrylamide
N-Methanolacrylamide    
NMA
CAS #: 924-42-5
EC Number: 213-103-2

N-MAM P
N-Methanolacrylamide
Monomethylolacrylamide
NMA
N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide

N-methylolacrylamide appears as a colorless or yellow aqueous solution.
N-Methylolacrylamide is a secondary carboxamide.
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE
N-Methylolacrylamide
924-42-5
N-Methanolacrylamide
Methylolacrylamide
Monomethylolacrylamide
N-Methylol Acrylamide
2-Propenamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Uramine T 80
Acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
N-Hydroxymethyl acrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
NCI-C60333
Hydroxymethylacrylamide
N-MAM
N-(hydroxymethyl)prop-2-enamide
NSC 553
UNII-W8W68JL80Q
N-Methyloacrylamide
Yuramin T 80
CCRIS 2380
HSDB 4361
EINECS 213-103-2
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide SOLUTION
BRN 0506646
AI3-25447
W8W68JL80Q
CHEBI:82492
LS-20
NM-AMD
Methylol acrylamide
ACMC-209rfq
EC 213-103-2
N-(hydroxymethyl) acrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide,98%
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide solution, 48 wt. % in H2O
TRANSGENIC MODEL EVALUATION (N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE)
N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE (SEE ALSO TRANSGENIC MODEL EVALUATION (N-METHOLOLACRYLAMIDE))
9045-71-0

N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide solution 48 wt. % in H2O
N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
n-(hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE
uraminet80
Yuramin T 80
METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
Methylolacrylamidesolution
N-MAN
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE SOLUTION, ST AB., ~48% IN H2O
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE, 48 WT. % SO LUTION IN WATER
n-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide solution
N-hydroxymethyl-propenamide
Rocagil BT
N-MAN PC
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
2-Propenamide,N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Monomethylolacrylamide
n-(hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamid
n-(hydroxymethyl)-acrylamid
NCI-C60333
NM-AMD
N-Methanolacrylamide
N-Methyloacrylamide
n-methylolacrylamide(48%inwater)
Uramine T 80
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide>
924-42-5
942-42-5
C4H7O2N
CH2CHCONHCH2OH
H2CCCH3CONHOH
AMINE
fine chemicals
Acrylamide and Methacrylamide
Acrylic Monomers
Monomers

Formula: C4H7NO2
Molecular mass: 101.1
Boiling point: 277°C
Melting point: 75°C
Solubility in water, g/100ml at 20°C: 188
Vapour pressure, Pa at 25°C: 0.03 (negligible)
Octanol/water partition coefficient as log Pow: -1.81 (calculated) 


ACRYLAMIDE, N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)-
MH 100
MH 100 (AMIDE)
MONOMETHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)-2-PROPENAMIDE
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE
N-MAM P
N-METHANOLACRYLAMIDE
N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
NCI-C60333
NMA 60
ROCAGIL BT
U-RAMIN T 80
URAMINE T 80

N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE

N-Methylolacrylamide

924-42-5

N-Methanolacrylamide

Monomethylolacrylamide

N-Methylol Acrylamide

Methylolacrylamide

2-Propenamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-

Acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-

Uramine T 80

N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide

N-Hydroxymethyl acrylamide

N-(hydroxymethyl)prop-2-enamide

NCI-C60333

Hydroxymethylacrylamide

N-MAM

NSC 553

UNII-W8W68JL80Q

N-Methyloacrylamide

Yuramin T 80

CCRIS 2380

HSDB 4361

EINECS 213-103-2

N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide SOLUTION

BRN 0506646

AI3-25447

W8W68JL80Q

CHEBI:82492

LS-20

MFCD00004597

NM-AMD

Methylol acrylamide

ACMC-209rfq

EC 213-103-2

N-(hydroxymethyl) acrylamide

SCHEMBL25806

KSC487M3H

NSC553

CHEMBL1892361

DTXSID3020885

CTK3I7633

N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide,98%


Air & Water Reactions
Soluble in water.

Reactivity Profile
N-Methylolacrylamide may be sensitive to prolonged exposure to light. 
Polymerization and generation of heat and flames may occur on exposure to to heat or contaminants. 
Incompatible with strong oxidizers.

Fire Hazard
Literature sources indicate that N-Methylolacrylamide is nonflammable.


N-Methylolacrylamide Preparation Products And Raw materials

Raw materials
Acrylamide 
Formaldehyde 
Acrylonitrile

N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide solution 48 wt. % in H2O
N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
n-(hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE
uraminet80
Yuramin T 80
METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
Methylolacrylamidesolution
N-MAN
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE SOLUTION, ST AB., ~48% IN H2O
N-(HYDROXYMETHYL)ACRYLAMIDE, 48 WT. % SO LUTION IN WATER
n-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide solution
N-hydroxymethyl-propenamide
Rocagil BT
N-MAN PC
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
2-Propenamide,N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Monomethylolacrylamide
n-(hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamid
n-(hydroxymethyl)-acrylamid
NCI-C60333
NM-AMD
N-Methanolacrylamide
N-Methyloacrylamide
n-methylolacrylamide(48%inwater)
Uramine T 80
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide>
924-42-5
942-42-5
C4H7O2N
CH2CHCONHCH2OH
H2CCCH3CONHOH
AMINE
fine chemicals
Acrylamide and Methacrylamide
Acrylic Monomers
Monomers

N-methylol acrylamide) either individually or in combination is chemically modified jute is found to improve or alter the important textile related properties like moisture regain, tensile properties, fabric stiffness, crease recovery angle, shrinkage parameters, and thermal behavior. 
This leads to reduction in warp-way tenacity.
The polymerization and condensation reaction of N-methylolacrylamide within cotton fabrics in which K2S2O8, (NH4) 2S 2O8, or H2O2 can be used as initiator and NH4 Cl or (NH4 )2HPO4 used as the acid condensation catalyst. 
Crease recovery and abrasion resistance (flat) of the treated fabric increased with higher value of resin content; tear strength. 
The effect of the addition of acid catalysts such as NH4Cl on the extent of the crease resistance is considerable, although some marked improvement was obtained in neutral catalysts such as K2S2O8 alone.

Treatment usefulness
The addition of co-monomers such as acrylamide and hexamethylene diamine HCl-salt as well as softeners to the treating bath may be effective in improving the strength losses induced by this treatment. 
Aftertreatment of the N-methylolacrylamide-treated fabric with hexamethylenediamine or thereafter with formalin may be also effective, since somewhat continuous distribution of the different kinds of network-structures within the fiber could be obtained by this procedure.


N-Methylolacrylamide is a bi-functional monomer with reactive vinyl and hydroxyethyl groups. 
Thermoplastic polymers can be formed by copolymerization of N-methylol-acrylamide with a variety of vinyl monomers by emulsion, solution and suspension techniques. 
The resulting products, which have pendant hydroxyethyl groups, can undergo cross-linking under moderate conditions, permitting conversion of thermoplastic backbone polymers to thermoset materials at the point of use in the absence of an external cross-linking agent. 
Conversely, the hydroxyethyl group can be reacted with a substrate like cellulose and subsequently cross-linked by free-radical polymerization
The uses of N-methylolacrylamide range from adhesives and binders in papermaking and textiles to a variety of surface coatings and resins for varnishes, films and sizing agents. 
It can be used in wet-strength and dry-strength agents for paper, in textile finishing agents for crease resistance, in antistatic agents, in dispersing agents, in cross-linking agents and in emulsion polymers.


N-Methylolacrylamide is a bifunctional monomer with reactive vinyl and hydroxymethyl groups. 
Thermoplastic polymers can be formed by copolymerization of N-methylolacrylamide with a variety of vinyl monomers by emulsion, solution and suspension techniques. 
The resulting products, which have pendant hydroxymethyl groups, can undergo cross-linking under moderate conditions, permitting conversion of thermoplastic backbone polymers to thermoset materials at the point of use in the absence of an external cross-linking agent. 
Conversely, the hydroxymethyl group can be reacted with a substrate like cellulose and subsequently cross-linked by free-radical polymerization.
The uses of N-methylolacrylamide range from adhesives and binders in papermaking and textiles to a variety of surface coatings and resins for varnishes, films and sizing agents. 
It can be used in wet-strength and dry-strength agents for paper, in textile finishing agents for crease resistance, in antistatic agents, in dispersing agents, in cross-linking agents and in emulsion polymers.

N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE    
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
Monomethylolacrylamide
N-Methanolacrylamide    
CAS #: 924-42-5    
EC Number: 213-103-2


N-methylolacrylamide is a crosslinkable monomer widely used in fiber treatments, photosensitive resins, adhesives, paints and the like.


2-Propenamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Other<I>N</I>-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide; methylolacrylamide; [NMA]
[NMA]
Acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
Hydroxymethylacrylamide
Methylolacrylamide
methylolacrylamide
Monomethylolacrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide; methylolacrylamide; [NMA]
N-Methanolacrylamide
N-Methylolacrylamide
N-methylolacrylamide
Uramine T 80

Translated names
<I>N</I>-(hidroksimetil)akrilamid; metilolakrilamid; [NMA] (hr)

<I>N</I>-(hidroksimetil)akrilamid; metilolakrilamid; [NMA] (sl)

<I>N</I>-(hidroksimetil)akrilamidas metilolakrilamidas; [NMA] (lt)

<I>N</I>-(hidroksimetil)akrilamīds; metiloakrilamīds; [NMA] (lv)

<I>N</I>-(Hidroximetil)acrilamida; metilolacrilamida; [NMA] (es)

<I>N</I>-(hidroximetil)acrilamida; metilolacrilamida; [NMA] (pt)

<I>N</I>-(hidroximetil)acrilamidă; metilolacrilamidă; [NMA] (ro)

<I>N</I>-(hidroximetil)akrilamid; metilolakrilamid; [NMA] (hu)

<I>N</I>-(hydroksimetyyli)akryyliamidi; metyloliakryyliamidi; [NMA] (fi)

<I>N</I>-(hydroksymetylo)akrylamid; metylolakrylamid; [NMA] (pl)

<I>N</I>-(hydroximetyl)akrylamid; metylolakrylamid; [NMA] (sv)

<I>N</I>-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamid; methylolacrylamid; [NMA] (da)

<I>N</I>-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamid; Methylolacrylamid; [NMA] (de)

<I>N</I>-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide; methylolacrylamide; [NMA] (nl)

<I>N</I>-(hydroxymethyl)akrylamid; methylolakrylamid; [NMA] (cs)

<I>N</I>-(hydroxymetyl)akrylamid metylolakrylamid; [NMA] (sk)

<I>N</I>-(hydroxyméthyl)acrylamide; méthylolacrylamide; [NMA] (fr)

<I>N</I>-(hüdroksümetüül)akrüülamiid; metüloolakrüülamiid; [NMA] (et)

<I>N</I>-(idrossimetil)acrilammide; metilolacrilammide; [NMA] (it)

<I>N</I>-(idrossimetil)akrilammid; metilolakrilammid; [NMA] (mt)

<I>N</I>-(υδροξυμεθυλ)ακρυλαμίδιο· μεθυλολακρυλαμίδιο· [NMA] (el)

<I>N</I>-(хидроксиметил)акрилмид; метилолакриламид; [NMA] (bg)

CAS names
2-Propenamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-

IUPAC names
2-Propenamide,N-(hydroxymethyl)-
AMOL
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide 
n-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-(hydroxymethyl)prop-2-enamide
N-Methylolacrylamide
NMA

Trade names
Cylink NMA Monomer, 48% Aqueous, inhibited
FLOCRYL NMA
Flocryl NMA

Polymerization-Crosslinking of N-Methylolacrylamide in Cotton Fabric

Polymerization-Crosslinking of N-Methylolacrylamide in Cotton Fabric
Stanley P. Rowland, Florine A. Blouin, John S. Mason
First Published February 1, 1978 Research Article
https://doi.org/10.1177/004051757804800203
Article information 


   
Abstract
Several variations of polymerization-crosslinking of N-methylolacrylamide (NMA) in cotton were explored to clarify factors critical to achievement of resilience with superior retentions of strength and abrasion resistance in fabric. 
Per sulfate catalysis simultaneously initiated both polymerization and crosslinking reactions of NMA in cotton fabric; the results from dry-cure reactions fell in the conventional range of textile performance properties achieved by treatment of cotton fabric with agents such as dimethyloldihydroxyethyleneurea. 
Wet-cure reactions carried out in scaled bags at or above 100°C resulted in low resilience, high retentions of strength-abrasion resistance, and large increases in stiffness, the last attributed to fiber bonding in yarns. Wet-cure reactions conducted at or below 80°C caused little stiffness, and only in these cases was a subsequent catalyzed dry-cure reaction effective in raising resilience with good retentions of strength and abrasion resistance. 
Inclusion of alkali metal phosphates in the persulfate-initiated reaction of NMA with cotton in a pad-dry-cure caused retentions of abrasion resistance to be very substantially improved and retentions in breaking and tearing strengths to be significantly improved at durable-press appearance ratings of 4.5. 
These results are attributed to relatively sequential but rapid polymerization and crosslinking reactions, to reduction in formation of oxymethylene crosslinks, and possibly to reduced molccular degradation of the cellulose.


Acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-; Monomethylolacrylamide; N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide; N-Methanolacrylamide; N-Methylolacrylamide; Uramine T 80; Yuramin T 80; Methylolacrylamide; N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide; NCI-C60333; N-Methyloacrylamide; NM-AMD; NSC 553; N-MAM;N-Methylolacrylamide;Acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-; N-(Hydroxymethyl) acrylamide; N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide; N-Methanolacrylamide; Monomethylolacrylamide NMA; 2-Propenamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-


Product Name:N-Methylol Acrylamide (NMA)
Product feature:
NMA is a special monomer with two functional groups, they are ethenyl and methylol. 
Through emulsion polymerization or solution polymerization, thermoplastic polymer may be obtained by comining NMA with many kinds of ethenyl monomer. 
Because there are functional groups of methylol in the branch chain, this thermoplastic polymer can self cross-link into cross-linked polymer under certain condition.

Product Name:N-Methylol Acrylamide (NMA)
Product feature:
NMA is a special monomer with two functional groups, they are ethenyl and methylol. 
Through emulsion polymerization or solution polymerization, thermoplastic polymer may be obtained by comining NMA with many kinds of ethenyl monomer. 
Because there are functional groups of methylol in the branch chain, this thermoplastic polymer can self cross-link into cross-linked polymer under certain condition.

N-Methylolacrylamide Usage

1. A widely used cross-linking monomer for fiber modification, resin processing, adhesives and paper, leather, metal surface treatment agents, and soil improvers.

2. As an organic synthesis monomer, it can be used to prepare a variety of copolymers.


Polymerization and Condensation Reaction of N-Methylol Acrylamide within Cotton Fabric  [1960]
Kamogawa, H.; Murase, R.; Sekiya, T.;
Problems on the polymerization and condensation reaction of N-methylolacrylamide within cotton fabrics in which K₂S₂O₈, (NH₄) ₂S ₂O₈, or H₂O₂ was used as initiator and NH₄ Cl or (NH₄)₂HPO₄ used as the acid condensation catalyst were investigated primarily from the standpoint of the crease resistance of the treated fahric. 
The results obtained are as follows. 
The pre-drying process can be neglected, as almost the same result could be obtained even in the case of direct curing procedure, in which care should be taken not to over- cure. 
Crease recovery and abrasion resistance (flat) of the treated fabric increased with higher value of resin content ; tear strength, on the contrary, decreased presumably with some intrinsic cause. 
The effect of the addition of acid catalysts such as NH₄Cl on the extent of the crease resistance was considerable, although some marked improvement was obtained in neutral catalysts such as K₂S₂O₈ alone. 
The addition of comonomers such as acrylamide and hexamethylene diamine HCl-salt as well as softeners to the treating bath was effective in improving the strength losses induced by this treatment. 
Aftertreatment of the N-methylolacrylamide-treated fabric with hexamethylenediamine or thereafter with formalin was also effective, since some what continuous distribution of the different kinds of network-structures within the fiber could be obtained by this procedure. 
Durability of the treated fabric for boiling-alkali launderings was excellent.


(1Z)-N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenimidic acid [ACD/IUPAC Name]
(1Z)-N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenimidsäure [German] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
213-103-2 [EINECS]
2-Propenamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)- [ACD/Index Name]
2-Propenimidic acid, N-(hydroxymethyl)-, (1Z)- [ACD/Index Name]
506646
924-42-5 [RN]
Acide (1Z)-N-(hydroxyméthyl)-2-propénimidique [French] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamid [German] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide [ACD/IUPAC Name]
N-(Hydroxyméthyl)acrylamide [French] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide SOLUTION
N-(hydroxymethyl)prop-2-enamide
N-hydroxymethylacrylamide
n-methylol acrylamide
(48% in water)
[924-42-5]
000924-42-5 [RN]
160278-55-7 [RN]
176598-18-8 [RN]
194091-52-6 [RN]
2-Propenamide, N- (hydroxymethyl)-
90456-67-0 [RN]
Acrylamide, N- (hydroxymethyl)-
acrylamide, N-(hydroxymethyl)-
ACRYLAMIDE, N-HYDROXYMETHYL
AS3600000
BS-17859
EINECS 213-103-2
Hydroxymethylacrylamide
InChI=1/C4H7NO2/c1-2-4(7)5-3-6/h2,6H,1,3H2,(H,5,7
-methylolacrylamide
Methylolacrylamide
methylolacrylamide 98%
MONOMETHYLOLACRYLAMIDE
N
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamid
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-acrylamid
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide (en)
n-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide 98%
n-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide, ???
NCGC00163845-01
NCGC00163845-02
N-hydroxymethyl acrylamide
N-MAM
NM-AMD
N-methanolacrylamide
N-methyloacrylamide
N-Methylolacrylamide
Uramine T 80
uramine t 80.
Yuramin T 80


AEROTEX® NMA-LF Monomer
AEROTEX NMA-LF is specifically designed to provide effective selfcrosslinking performance together with a significant reduction in both the formaldehyde present in the resulting emulsion polymer and the formaldehyde released to the environment upon curing. 
AEROTEX NMALF combines the cost effectiveness of AEROTEX NMA with a dramatic reduction in total formaldehyde. 
The active self-crosslinking species of AEROTEX NMA-LF is N-methylolacrylamide (NMA). 
NMA contains both a vinyl group and an N-methylol group. 
The vinyl group is reactive and enables the NMA to be readily incorporated into a variety of polymer backbones. 
Once incorporated into the polymer, the methylol group can be triggered to undergo crosslinking with itself, other functional groups in the polymer (such as hydroxyls or amines), or with cellulosic substrates. 
The bifunctional feature of AEROTEX NMA-LF ultimately results in latex binders which provide important performance properties to the final product, such as wet strength, tear strength, and solvent resistance.


Monomethylolacrylamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
N-(Hydroxymethyl)acrylamide
N-hydroxymethylacrylamide
N-Methanolacrylamide
N-methymethylolacrylamide[synonym:N-(hydroxymethyl)acrylamide]


N-Methylolacrylamide Usage

1. A widely used cross-linking monomer for fiber modification, resin processing, adhesives and paper, leather, metal surface treatment agents, and soil improvers.

2. As an organic synthesis monomer, it can be used to prepare a variety of copolymers.


Reactivity Uses FLOCRYL NMA is supplied as a 48% solution in water. 
Its reactivity is due to the presence in the molecule of both an unsaturated vinyl group and a hydroxymethyl group which can be reacted separately and/or independently simply by varying the reaction conditions. 
Reaction of the vinyl group FLOCRYL NMA can be used in the preparation of a wide range of polymers and copolymers. 
The main is free radical polymerisation with other vinyl monomers such as acrylonitrile, acrylamide, acrylic and methacrylic esters, vinyl chloride, and styrene which leaves the hydroxymethyl group available. 
Additionally, the double bond in FLOCRYL NMA can be reacted with both halogens and alcohols under alkaline conditions and with thiol in the presence of alcoholate. 
Reaction of the hydroxymethyl group The hydroxymethyl group has a tendency to undergo condensation or substitution reactions. 
FLOCRYL NMA containing polymers can be crosslinked either with themselves or with other reactive monomers, by heating and/or by the presence of an acid catalyst.

FLOCRYLTM NMA is an ideal raw material for a wide variety of applications. 
It is especially suitable for the preparation of latex binders and of cross-linkable emulsion polymers used in :

Adhesives
Antistatic agents
Chromatographic materials
Catalysts
Impregnation of non-woven fabrics
Inks
Paints
Paper coatings
Pasting agents
Plastics
Rubbers
Soil grouting systems
Textile finishes
Thermoplastics resins


When properly copolymerised, N-methylolacrylamide forms latices which have low viscosity and excellent shelf stability. 
When the films, formed from these lattices, are cured, they develop excellent water resistance, organic solvent resistance, adhesion at high humidity and flexibility. 


FLOCRYL NMA is a reactive monomer.
As with other such monomers, it must be stabilized to prevent polymerisation during shipping and storage. 
FLOCRYL NMA can be safely handled if inhibited with cupric ions and oxygen, and if temperature, pH, and contamination are controlled. 
Air is usually an adequate source of oxygen.

Oxygen
Dissolved oxygen is necessary to inhibit polymerisation of FLOCRYL NMA. 
The dissolved oxygen level together with the air present is quite adequate stabilization during storage. 
Controlled intermittent air flow or continuous sparging at 0.09 Nm3/hr per m3 of N-methylolacrylamide (0.2 SCFM per thousand gallons) is sufficient for inhibition purposes.

Temperature
FLOCRYLTM NMA should be controlled to between 0°C (32°F) and 30°C (86°F). 
At temperatures below –10°C(14°F), N-methylolacrylamide will crystallize and separate from the solution. 
Warming the product to 0°C (32°F) will re-dissolve the crystals. 

In storage tanks, railcars and tank trucks, introduce tempered water (maximum temperature 40°C (104°F)) into the heating coils. 
Packaged material should be moved to a warm environment until crystals are redissolved. 
Do not apply steam to heating coils or direct heat to packaged material. 
Hot spots must be avoided. 
An air sparge should be employed, and agitation will increase the rate of dissolution. 
At temperatures above 50°C (120°F), polymerisation could be initiated over time. 
Storage tanks should include temperature monitoring and an independent temperature alarm system for early detection of polymerisation.

pH
As supplied, FLOCRYLTM NMA has a pH of 6.0 to 7.0. 
Any modification of the pH, above or below these specifications can reduce the stability significantly. 
Periodic monitoring of pH is recommended and, if necessary, the pH should be adjusted with either dilute sodium hydroxide or dilute sulfuric acid, or any other appropriate acids or bases.

Contamination
As with other reactive monomers, contamination of N-methylolacrylamide solutions with known initiators such as peroxides and azo compounds must be avoided. 
Strong oxidizing agents such as persulfates can also initiate polymerisation of N-methylolacrylamide. 
Reducing agents such as sulfites and bisulfites under certain conditions, can cause polymerisation.

Effect of light
N-methylolacrylamide is UV (ultra violet) sensitive. 
Therefore, it should not be exposed to direct sunlight or polymerisation may occur.

Product description
Product range
FLOCRYLTM NMA 48 
FLOCRYLTM NMA 2820

NMA content 
% 40.0 – 44.0 
26.0 – 30.0

Acrylamide content 
% 0 - 5.0
18.0 – 22.0

Formaldehyde content 
% 2.0 maxi
0.2 maxi

pH 
6.0 – 7.0 
6.0 – 7.0

Color apha 
50 maxi 
50 maxi

FLOCRYL NMA is a reactive monomer which can polymerise spontaneously with the possible generation of heat and pressure, in the presence of certain contaminants, or as a result of improper handling or storage. As with any toxic or reactive material, thorough training of all employees is imperative. 
Knowledge of the toxicological properties, strict provisions for safe handling procedures and appropriate storage and handling practices are necessary for ensuring the safe use of this monomer

FLOCRYL NMA is a toxic monomer and requires proper handling. 
Serious damage to health can be caused through prolonged exposure by inhalation and contact with skin and if swallowed. 
Only properly informed, trained, and equipped staff should be involved in storage, loading, unloading, or process activities with N-methylolacrylamide monomer. 
Complete and up-to-date information on the toxicology of FLOCRYLTM NMA can be found in the Material Safety Data Sheet which is available from our Product Information & Regulatory Affairs Department.

2-Propenamide,N-(hydroxymethyl)
N-(hydroxyl-methyl)acrylamide (NHMA)
N-methylolacrylamide
N-(hydroxymethyl)-2-propenamide
N-(hydroxymethyl)prop-2-enamide
N-Metanolacrylamide, Monomethylolacrylamide

N-methylolacrylamide (NMA) and N-methylolmethacryl-amide (NMMA) are important raw materials for the production of cross-linkable polymers by radical polymerization and for textile conversion. In the following discussion, only NMA will be mentioned, but all statements made for it apply equally to NMMA. 
Processes for the production of NMA have long been known and all start from the reaction of acrylamide and formaldehyde. 
They differ in the selection of the solvent, of the formaldehyde source, and of the active base used as the catalyst. 
Since NMA is employed mainly in emulsion polymerization processes, aqueous NMA solutions are of special industrial importance and therefore, water is usually the preferred solvent in NMA production.


In textile industry, the binders used are mostly water based acrylic dispersions. 
These binders provide strength, elastic recovery, soft hand, flexibility, color retention and also resistance to washing and aging to the textile and nonwoven. 
Nevertheless, binders having no reactive functional monomers are not very successful in imparting these properties.
Self crosslinking monomers are used to improve the properties of textile and non woven end products. 
N-methylolacrylamide (NMA) is one of these monomers having functional groups for self-crosslinking. 
However, N-methylol acrylamide used in textile binders emit formaldehyde during crosslinking at high temperatures. 
This formaldehyde either remains in the end product or is liberated into the air. 
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services published the 12th Report on Carcinogens and formaldehyde is listed in the category of known to be a human carcinogen. 
Researchers on textile sector are focud on the subject of formaldehyde emission due to the harmfull effects on both people and environment. 
In this study, a novel monomer that emmits no formaldehyde and have ability to self-crosslink was investigated for replacement of NMA and the performance results are compared with that of NMA.

AEROTEX NMA 48%, offered as a 48% aqueous solution, is a bifunctional monomer possessing both vinyl and hydroxymethyl groups. 
Thermoplastic polymers can be formed through the copolymerization of NMA with a variety of vinyl monomers via emulsion, solution, or suspension techniques. 
The resulting products, having pendant hydroxymethyl groups, are self-crosslinkable under moderate conditions. 
This mechanism permits the conversion of thermoplastic backbone polymers to thermoset materials at the point of use without the need for an external crosslinker. 
Conversely, the hydroxymethyl group can first be reacted with a substrate like cellulose and subsequently cross-linked by free radical polymerization.
 

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