POLYVINYLPYRROLIDONE K 90


POLYVINYLPYRROLIDONE K90

PVP K90
Polyvinylpyrrolidone is a white or light yellow layered hygroscopic powder. 
Mainly used as a binder for tablets. 
Also used as a dissolving and anti-caking agent, as a dispersing agent and stabilizer for high temperature sensitive active substances.

Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), also commonly called polyvidone or povidone, is a water-soluble polymer made from the monomer N-vinylpyrrolidone

IUPAC name
1-ethenylpyrrolidin-2-one
Other names
PVP, Povidone, Copovidone
PVPP, Crospovidone, Polyvidone
PNVP
Poly[1-(2-oxo-1-pyrrolidinyl)ethylen]
1-Ethenyl-2-pyrrolidon homopolymer
1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinon-Polymere

PVP exists as powder or aqueous solution. It can dissolve in water and variety of organic solvent .It is generally used in cosmetics , surfactants , pharmaceutical industry and other related industrial fields.

CTFA Nomenclature : Polyvinylpyrrolidone (Abbreviated to be PVP)

CAS No. : 9003-39-8

PVP K-90 100% Powder is soluble in water and many organic solvents and it forms hard, transparent, glossy film. 
ATAMAN’s PVP is compatible with most inorganic salts and many resins. PVP stabilizes emulsions, dispersions and suspensions. 
While PVP is used as a film former in hair styling products, PVP can also be used as an emulsion stabilizer in creams and lotions and as a dispersant for hair colorants. 
Additionally, pharmaceutical grade PVP can be used in toothpastes and mouthwashes. 
PVP K-90 100 % Powder appears as a white powder but 20 % liquid form is also available in our stocks.


ATAMAN polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) polymers are used in hair styling applications for their ability to form clear, hard, glossy films. 
In addition, PVP also stabilizes emulsions, dispersions and suspensions. 
PVP is soluble in water and many organic solvents. 
They are available in a range of viscosities and supplied as either powders or aqueous solutions.

Although povidone is used in a variety of pharmaceutical formulations, it is primarily used in solid-dosage forms. 
In tableting, povidone solutions are used as binders in wet-granulation processes.
Povidone is also added to powder blends in the dry form and granulated in situ by the addition of water, alcohol, or hydroalcoholic solutions. 
Povidone is used as a solubilizer in oral and parenteral formulations, and has been shown to enhance dissolution of poorly soluble drugs from solid-dosage forms. Povidone solutions may also be used as coating agents or as binders when coating active pharmaceutical ingredients on a support such as sugar beads.
Povidone is additionally used as a suspending, stabilizing, or viscosity-increasing agent in a number of topical and oral suspensions and solutions. 


The solubility of a number of poorly soluble active drugs may be increased by mixing with povidone.
Special grades of pyrogen-free povidone are available and have been used in parenteral formulations;

Polyvinylpyrrolidone is widely used as is in cosmetics such as hair care products and in medical products. 
It acts as iodophor in iodine-polyvinylpyrrolidone. 
PVP is an irritant and has been claimed as the allergen in some cases of dermatitis from iodine-polyvinylpyrrolidone (although iodine is more likely the hapten). 
It may cause type I contact urticaria or anaphylaxis.

PVP K-90 polymer
PVP K-90 polymer

Description
 

PVP (Polyvinylpyrrolidone) K-90 polymer is a hygroscopic, amorphous polymer. 
It is a linear nonionic polymer that is soluble in water and organic solvents and is pH stable. 
It forms hard glossy transparent films and have adhesive and cohesive properties. 


Key Attributes

•    Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) can be plasticized with water and most common organic plasticizers. It is considered to be physiologically inert. Applications take advantage of one or more properties inherent in the polymer, typically due to the pyrrolidone ring.
•    High polarity and the resultant propensity to form complexes with hydrogen donors, such as phenols and carboxylic acids, as well as anionic dyes and inorganic salts.
•    Dispersancy, where components in a mixture are uniformly distributed through the use of polyvinylpyrrolidone.
•    Hydrophilicity, where the water solubility of PVP is its dominant feature and frequently a factor along with other properties valuable in numerous applications.
•    Adhesion, taking advantage of the higher molecular weight PVP formulating in aqueous media, then evaporating sufficient water to generate a solid product for the desired application.
•    Cohesivity, where cohesive strength is achieved through a variety of dry blending and granulation techniques.

Applications and Usage Notes

•    Adhesives — pressure-sensitive and water-remoistenable types, food packaging (indirect food contact), metal adhesives, abrasives, sandcore binder, rubber to metal adhesives and glue sticks.
•    Ceramics — binder in high temperature fire-prepared products such as clay, pottery, porcelain, brick product, dispersant for ceramic media slurries and viscosity modifier.
•    Coatings/Inks — digital printing coating, ball-point inks, protective colloid and leveling agent for emulsion polymers/ coatings/ printing inks, pigment dispersant, water colors for commercial art, temporary protective coatings, paper coatings, waxes and polishes.
•    Electronic Applications — storage batteries, printed circuits, cathode ray tubes, binder for metal salts or amalgams in batteries, gold, nickel, copper and zinc plating, a thickener for solar gel ponds and as an adhesive to prevent leakage of batteries, serves as an expander in cadmium-type electrodes, binder in sintered-nickel powder plates.
•    Membranes — macroporous, multiporous, desalination, gas separating, liquid ultrafiltration, hemodialysis, selective permeability types of membranes, hollow fiber membranes.
•    Metallurgy — processing for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, coating ingredient to aid or remove material from metal surfaces such as copper, nickel, zinc and aluminum, used in metal quenchant baths.
•    Paper — cellulose papers, rag stock, rag stripping, copying paper, printing paper and electric insulating papers, paper adhesives.
•    Polymerizations — acrylic monomers, unsaturated polyesters, olefins, including PVC, polystyrene beads, substrate for graft polymerization, template in acrylic polymerization.


PVP (Polyvinylpyrrolidone) K-90 polymer is a hygroscopic, amorphous polymer. It is a linear nonionic polymer that is soluble in water and organic solvents and is pH stable. It forms hard glossy transparent films and have adhesive and cohesive properties.

Polyvinylpyrrolidone K-90 is a non-ionic polyvinyl pyrrolidone (PVP) polymer.
Polyvinylpyrrolidone K-90 possesses good affinity to various polymers & resins, high hygroscopicity, good film forming property, very good adhesiveness and good chelate complex formation property. 
Polyvinylpyrrolidone K-90 shows good solubility with water and organic solvent. 
Polyvinylpyrrolidone K-90 acts as a pigment & dye dispersant, viscosity modifier and film leveller. 
Polyvinylpyrrolidone K-90 is designed for anti-fogging coatings, anti-fouling coatings and ball-point inks.

PVP K90 20% solution
PVP (Polyvinylpyrrolidone) can be used in following industries Pharmaceuticals Industry. 
PVK K series have excellent adhesive, film forming, dispersing and thickening properties, and can be used as binder of tablets, solubilizers, dispersant or coprecipitator agent, suspension stabilizer, Film/sugar coatings, film formers, thickening agents, Pore former, release agent, capsule shell, etc.

PVP K-90 - high molecular weight (70,000 - 90,000) - highly effective binder. 
Often used as a stabilizer in suspensions, as a thickener and as a hydrolyzing agent

CHEMICAL NAME
polyvinylpyrrilidone
CAS
9003-39-8
APPLICATIONS
Gaseous dosage forms (GDF) aerosols , Liquid dosage forms (LF) , Soft dosage forms (MLF) , Solid dosage forms (TLF)
DOCUMENTS

Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), also commonly called polyvidone or povidone, is a water-soluble polymer made from the monomer N-vinylpyrrolidone

Medical
PVP was used as a plasma volume expander for trauma victims after the 1950s. 
It is not preferred as volume expander due to its ability to provoke histamine release and also interfere with blood grouping.

It is used as a binder in many pharmaceutical tablets;it simply passes through the body when taken orally. 


PVP added to iodine forms a complex called povidone-iodine that possesses disinfectant properties. 
This complex is used in various products like solutions, ointment, pessaries, liquid soaps and surgical scrubs. 
It is known under the trade names Pyodine and Betadine, among a plethora of others.

It is used in pleurodesis (fusion of the pleura because of incessant pleural effusions). 
For this purpose, povidone iodine is equally effective and safe as talc, and may be preferred because of easy availability and low cost.

PVP is used in some contact lenses and their packaging solutions. 
It reduces friction, thus acting as a lubricant, or wetting agent, built into the lens. 
Examples of this use include Bausch & Lomb's Ultra contact lenses with MoistureSeal Technology and Air Optix contact lens packaging solution (as an ingredient called "copolymer 845").

PVP is used as a lubricant in some eye drops, e.g. Bausch & Lomb's Soothe.

Technical
PVP is also used in many technical applications:

as an adhesive in glue stick and hot-melt adhesives
as a special additive for batteries, ceramics, fiberglass, inks, and inkjet paper, and in the chemical-mechanical planarization process
as an emulsifier and disintegrant for solution polymerization
to increase resolution in photoresists for cathode ray tubes (CRT)
in aqueous metal quenching
for production of membranes, such as dialysis and water purification filters
as a binder and complexation agent in agricultural applications such as crop protection, seed treatment and coating
as a thickening agent in tooth whitening gels
as an aid for increasing the solubility of drugs in liquid and semi-liquid dosage forms (syrups, soft gelatine capsules) and as an inhibitor of recrystallisation
as an additive to Doro's RNA extraction buffer
as a liquid-phase dispersion enhancing agent in DOSY NMR 
as a surfactant, reducing agent, shape controlling agent and dispersant in nanoparticle synthesis and their self-assembly
as a stabilizing agent in all inorganic solar cells

Other uses
PVP binds to polar molecules exceptionally well, owing to its polarity. 
This has led to its application in coatings for photo-quality ink-jet papers and transparencies, as well as in inks for inkjet printers.

PVP K 90 is also used in personal care products, such as shampoos and toothpastes, in paints, and adhesives that must be moistened, such as old-style postage stamps and envelopes. 
It has also been used in contact lens solutions and in steel-quenching solutions.
PVP is the basis of the early formulas for hair sprays and hair gels, and still continues 
to be a component of some.

As a food additive, PVP is a stabilizer and has E number E1201. PVPP (crospovidone) is E1202. 
It is also used in the wine industry as a fining agent for white wine and some beers.

In molecular biology, PVP can be used as a blocking agent during Southern blot analysis as a component of Denhardt's buffer. 
It is also exceptionally good at absorbing polyphenols during DNA purification. 
Polyphenols are common in many plant tissues and can deactivate proteins if not removed and therefore inhibit many downstream reactions like PCR.

In microscopy, PVP is useful for making an aqueous mounting medium.

PVP can be used to screen for phenolic properties, as referenced in a 2000 study on the effect of plant extracts on insulin production.

CAS number: 9003-39-8
Chemical Formula: (C6H9NO)n
Synonym: PVP, Polyvidone, Povidone

Povidone occurs as a fine, white to creamy-white colored, odorless or almost odorless, hygroscopic powder. 
Povidones with K-values equal to or lower than 30 are manufactured by spray-drying and occur as spheres. 
Povidone K-90 and higher K-value povidones are manufactured by drum drying and occur as plates.

Application
Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), also known as K90 is a water-soluble polymer with good bio-stability. 
It is chemically stable, has low toxicity and is biocompatible. 
Hence, it is useful in a variety of applications such as cosmetics, tissue engineering, and biomedical engineering.

Polyvinylpyrrolidone K-90, also known as polyvinylpyrrolidone or polyvidone, is a polymer and used as a binder in pharmaceutical tablets.

Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), also commonly called polyvidone or povidone, is a water-soluble polymer made from the monomer N-vinylpyrrolidone.

PVP K 90 is used as a film former in hair styling products, an emulsion stabilizer in creams and lotions and as a dispersant for hair colorants. 
Polyvinylpyrrolidone K 90 is also a foam stabilizer and gelling agent in toothpastes.

Povidone (polyvinylpyrrolidone, PVP) is used in the pharmaceutical industry as a synthetic polymer vehicle for dispersing and suspending drugs. 
It has multiple uses, including as a binder for tablets and capsules, a film former for ophthalmic solutions, to aid in flavoring liquids and chewable tablets, and as an adhesive for transdermal systems.
Povidone has the molecular formula of (C6H9NO)n and appears as a white to slightly off-white powder. 
Povidone formulations are widely used in the pharmaceutical industry due to their ability to dissolve in both water and oil solvents. 
The k number refers to the mean molecular weight of the povidone. 
Povidones with higher K-values (i.e., k90) are not usually given by injection due to their high molecular weights. 
The higher molecular weights prevent excretion by the kidneys and lead to accumulation in the body. 
The best-known example of povidone formulations is povidone-iodine, an important disinfectant.

Polyvinylpyrrolidone. 
PVP K-90 solution is a film former. 
It is suggested for use in hair styling formualations. 
PVP K-90 solution is a 20 percent solution. 
PVP K-90 stabilizes emulsions, dispersions and suspensions. 
PVP K-90 forms clear, hard & glossy film.


Properties
PVP is soluble in water and other polar solvents. 
For example, it is soluble in various alcohols, such as methanol and ethanol,as well as in more exotic solvents like the deep eutectic solvent formed by choline chloride and urea (Relin).
When dry it is a light flaky hygroscopic powder, readily absorbing up to 40% of its weight in atmospheric water. 
In solution, it has excellent wetting properties and readily forms films. 
This makes it good as a coating or an additive to coatings.

A 2014 study found fluorescent properties of PVP and its oxidized hydrolyzate

1-ethenylpyrrolidin-2-one
Other names
PVP, Povidone
PVPP, Crospovidone, Polyvidone
PNVP
Poly[1-(2-oxo-1-pyrrolidinyl)ethylen]
1-Ethenyl-2-pyrrolidon homopolymer
1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinon-Polymere


PVP was used as a plasma volume expander for trauma victims after the 1950s. 
It is not preferred as volume expander due to its ability to provoke histamine release and also interfere with blood grouping.

It is used as a binder in many pharmaceutical tablets;[3] it simply passes through the body when taken orally. 


PVP added to iodine forms a complex called povidone-iodine that possesses disinfectant properties.
This complex is used in various products like solutions, ointment, pessaries, liquid soaps and surgical scrubs. 
It is known under the trade names Pyodine and Betadine, among a plethora of others.

It is used in pleurodesis (fusion of the pleura because of incessant pleural effusions). 
For this purpose, povidone iodine is equally effective and safe as talc, and may be preferred because of easy availability and low cost.

PVP is used in some contact lenses and their packaging solutions. 
It reduces friction, thus acting as a lubricant, or wetting agent, built into the lens. 
Examples of this use include Bausch & Lomb's Ultra contact lenses with MoistureSeal Technology and Air Optix contact lens packaging solution (as an ingredient called "copolymer 845").

PVP is used as a lubricant in some eye drops, e.g. Bausch & Lomb's Soothe

Technical
PVP is also used in many technical applications:

as an adhesive in glue stick and hot-melt adhesives[citation needed]
as a special additive for batteries, ceramics, fiberglass, inks, and inkjet paper, and in the chemical-mechanical planarization process
as an emulsifier and disintegrant for solution polymerization
to increase resolution in photoresists for cathode ray tubes (CRT)
in aqueous metal quenching
for production of membranes, such as dialysis and water purification filters
as a binder and complexation agent in agricultural applications such as crop protection, seed treatment and coating
as a thickening agent in tooth whitening gels
as an aid for increasing the solubility of drugs in liquid and semi-liquid dosage forms (syrups, soft gelatine capsules) and as an inhibitor of recrystallisation
as an additive to Doro's RNA extraction buffer[citation needed]
as a liquid-phase dispersion enhancing agent in DOSY NMR 
as a surfactant, reducing agent, shape controlling agent and dispersant in nanoparticle synthesis and their self-assembly[13]
as a stabilizing agent in all inorganic solar cells
Other uses
PVP binds to polar molecules exceptionally well, owing to its polarity. 
This has led to its application in coatings for photo-quality ink-jet papers and transparencies, as well as in inks for inkjet printers.

PVP is also used in personal care products, such as shampoos and toothpastes, in paints, and adhesives that must be moistened, such as old-style postage stamps and envelopes. 
It has also been used in contact lens solutions and in steel-quenching solutions.
PVP is the basis of the early formulas for hair sprays and hair gels, and still continues to be a component of some.

As a food additive, PVP is a stabilizer and has E number E1201. PVPP (crospovidone) is E1202. 
It is also used in the wine industry as a fining agent for white wine and some beers.

In molecular biology, PVP can be used as a blocking agent during Southern blot analysis as a component of Denhardt's buffer. 
It is also exceptionally good at absorbing polyphenols during DNA purification. 
Polyphenols are common in many plant tissues and can deactivate proteins if not removed and therefore inhibit many downstream reactions like PCR.

In microscopy, PVP is useful for making an aqueous mounting medium.

PVP can be used to screen for phenolic properties, as referenced in a 2000 study on the effect of plant extracts on insulin production.

Safety
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved this chemical for many uses, and it is generally considered safe. 
However, there have been documented cases of allergic reactions to PVP/povidone, particularly regarding subcutaneous (applied under the skin) use and situations where the PVP has come in contact with autologous serum (internal blood fluids) and mucous membranes. 
For example, a boy having an anaphylactic response after application of PVP-Iodine for treatment of impetigo was found to be allergic to the PVP component of the solution.
A woman, who had previously experienced urticaria (hives) from various hair products, later found to contain PVP, had an anaphylactic response after povidone-iodine solution was applied internally. 
She was found to be allergic to PVP.
In another case, a man experiencing anaphylaxis after taking acetaminophen tablets orally was found to be allergic to PVP.

Povidone is commonly used in conjunction with other chemicals. 
Some of these, such as iodine, are blamed for allergic responses, although testing results in some patients show no signs of allergy to the suspect chemical. 
Allergies attributed to these other chemicals may possibly be caused by the PVP instead.

Properties
PVP is soluble in water and other polar solvents. 
For example, it is soluble in various alcohols, such as methanol and ethanol, as well as in more exotic solvents like the deep eutectic solvent formed by choline chloride and urea (Relin).
When dry it is a light flaky hygroscopic powder, readily absorbing up to 40% of its weight in atmospheric water. 
In solution, it has excellent wetting properties and readily forms films. 
This makes it good as a coating or an additive to coatings.

A 2014 study found fluorescent properties of PVP and its oxidized hydrolyzate.

History
PVP was first synthesized by Walter Reppe and a patent was filed in 1939 for one of the derivatives of acetylene chemistry. 
PVP was initially used as a blood plasma substitute and later in a wide variety of applications in medicine, pharmacy, cosmetics and industrial production.

1.Application: PVP K series can be used as film forming agent, viscosity-enhancement agent, lubricator and adhesive. They are the key component of hair sprays, mousse, gels and lotions & solution. They are also convenience assistant in skin care product, hair-drying reagent, shampoo, eye makeup, lipstick, deodorant, sunscreen and dentifrice.

2.Pharmaceutical: Povidone K 30 and K 25 is a new and excellent pharmaceutical excipient. It is mainly used as binder for tablet, dissolving assistant for injection, flow assistant for capsule, dispersant for liquid medicine and pigment, stablizer for enzyme and heat sensitive drug, coprecipitant for poorly soluble drugs, lubricator and antitoxical assistant of eye drug. PVP has been used as excipients in more than one hundred drugs.

3.Other Utility:
Suspensant, disperser and emulsifier    
Plastics and resin
Glass fiber    
Ink
Detergent    
Textile dying and printing
Paint and coating    
Adhesive
Film    
TV tube
Tabletting    


Chemical Name: Homopolymer of vinylpyrrolidone
CTFA Name:Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP)
Properties and application:
PVP exists as powder or aquous solution. It can dissolve in water and a variety of organic solvents. 
It has good hygroscopicity, film-forming capability, complexing ability and physiology compatibility. 


APPLICATION:
Cosmetics:
PVP-K series can be used as film-forming agent, viscosity-enhancement agent, lubricator and adhesive. 
They are the key component of hair sprays, mousse,gels and lotions & solution,hair-dying reagent and shampoo in hair-care products. 
They can be used as assistant in skin-care products,eye makeup, lipstick, deodorant, sunscreen and dentifrice.

Pharmaceutical:
Povidone K30 is a new and excellent pharmaceutical excipient. 
It is mainly used as binder for tablet, dissolving assistant for injection, flow assistant for capsule, dispersant for liquid medicine and stain, stabilizer for enzyme and heat sensitive
drug, coprecipitant for poorly soluble drugs, lubricator and antitoxic assistant for eye drug. 
PVP works as excipients in more than one hundreds drugs.

Other Utilities:
Also used as assistant in the realm of Paint and Coating, Plastics and Resin,Adhesives,Glass Fiber,Film, Ink, TV tube,Detergent, Biocide,Tabulating, Textile Dying and Printing,etc.

Due to its unique structure, PVP can form complexes with a variety of compounds or simple substances, just like a lot of toxins, viruses, medicines and poisonous chemicals, to reduce their toxicity and irritability.
1)PVP can complex with iodine,the complex obtained is a kind of microbicide.

2)Water-soluble complexes can be formed by PVP complexing with insoluble effective ingredients.PVP can be used as dissolving assistant, control release agent and so on.
3)PVP has srong complexing ability with some substances,such as polyatomic phenol. 
The complexes deposit in neutral or acid materials. 
This feature can be utilized to remove polyatomic phenol and anthocyan from solutions or drinks.
But if insoluble PVP is used, the effect will be better.

Note: Strong alkali (such as potassium carbonate or sodium hydroxide) can make PVP cross-linked, which is easier to happen at high temperature. 
Under extreme conditions, it thickens liquid medicine, and prevents release of effective ingredients. 

Luviskol K 90

PVP
Product Categories: Film Former, Polymer, Thickener
Product Applications: Bath & Shower, Body Care, Face Care, Hair Cleansing, Hair Colorants, Hair Conditioning, Hair Styling, Hair Treatment, Hand & Nail Care, Hand Cleansing, Liquid Soap, Oral Care, Skin Care, Skin Cleansing


Luviskol K 90 is a nonionic vinyl pyrrolidone homopolymer powder mainly used as a film former, but also as a thickener. 
Readily soluble in water and compatible with almost all anionic, cationic and other non-ionic cosmetic polymers. 
Also compatible with Carbomer-type thickeners and other crosslinked polyacrylates for gel-type applications. 
Ideal for use in water based applications where a high degree of clarity is required in the finished product. 
For use in products with a strong hold and high viscosity, e.g. hair gels and hair mousses. 
Improve mouth feel of mouth washes. 
Binder in denture cleansers.

PVP-Polyvinylpyrrolidone is a nonionic water-soluble polymer and can be applied in a variety of fields-of-use owing to following advantageous characteristics.

Good solubility in water as well as various organic solvents
Good affinity to various polymers and resins
High hygroscopicity
Good film formation property
Good adhesiveness to various substrates
Good chelate / complex formation property


Example of Applications
Adhesives    
water-activated (envelopes, stamps)
pressure-sensitive
glue sticks
bookbinding

Protective Colliods    
particle-size regulators
suspending agents
viscosity modifiers

Resin Compounds    
dye-receptivity/printability improvers
compatibilizers for heterogeneous resins
filler dispersants
wood plastic composites
anti-static agents

Films    
printability improvers
adhesiveness improvers
anchor coatings
anti-fogging agents
image receiving coatings
water soluble films

Textiles / Fibers    
dye stripping
dye-receptivity improvers
pigment dispersants
anti-fouling agents
hydrophilicity improvers
anti-static agents

Paper / Printing    
strength improvers
sizing agents
pigment dispersants
ink removal in recycling paper
ink jet paper

Coatings / Inks    
pigment /dye dispersants
viscosity modifiers
film levellers
anti-fogging coatings
anti-fouling coatings
ball-point inks

Laundry Detergants    
anti-redeposition agents
dye-transfer inhibitors
binders for tablet formulations

Metal Working    
metal quench bath

Oil / Gas Fields    
drilling fluid additives
fluid loss cotrol
gas hydrate preventors

Electrical    
black matrix for TV tube
binders for battery electrodes
nonwoven battery separator treatment

Ceramics    
binders for green sheets

Photography    
photo emulsion additives
colorant receptors

Cosmetic    
hair gel
hair spray
lip stic


Luviskol K 90 Powder is a styling agent and thickener suitable for hair gels, hair creams, mousses, pump sprays and liquid hair styling preparations.

PVP. 
LUVISKOL K90 POWDER by BASF is a setting polymer and styling agent. 
LUVISKOL K90 POWDER is suitable for hair gels, hair creams, mousses, pump sprays and liquid hair styling preparations. 
Also used in toothpaste/mouthwash and color care formulations.

It is setting polymer and styling agent. Used in hair gels, particularly wet look gels, hair mousses, pump sprays, and liquid hair setting preparation, certain creams, both with an oil base and with an oil-free base, shampoos, hair dyes and similar preparations. 

INCI:
Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP)

Claims:
Fixatives
Application/Recommended for:
Toiletries (Shower & Bath, Oral care...) > Oral care > Mouthwashes & breath fresheners
Toiletries (Shower & Bath, Oral care...) > Oral care > Toothpastes (liquids, pastes, powders)
Decorative cosmetics/Make-up
Hair care (Shampoos, Conditioners & Styling)


PVP polymers are available in several viscosity grades, ranging from low to high molecular weight. This range, coupled with solubility in aqueous and organic solvent systems combined with its nontoxic character, are some of the properties that gives PVP polymers great flexibility across multiple applications. The industrial applications of PVP polymers include, for example, in adhesives to improve strength and toughness; in paper manufacture to increase strength and as a coating resin; and in synthetic fibers to improve dye receptivity. PVP polymers are also widely employed in inks, imaging, lithography, detergents and soaps, the textile, ceramic, electrical and metallurgical industries and as a polymerization additive.

There have been many studies that have been devoted to the determination of the molecular weight of PVP polymer. The low molecular weight polymers have narrower distribution curves of molecular entities than the high molecular weight compounds. Some of the techniques for measuring the molecular weight of various PVP polymer products are based on measuring sedimentation, light scattering, osmometry, NMR spectroscopy, ebullimometry, and size exclusion chromatography for determining absolute molecular weight distribution. By the use of these methods, any one of three molecular weight parameters can be measured, namely the number average (Mn), viscosity average (Mv), and weight average (Mw). Each of these characteristics can yield a different answer for the same polymer as illustrated by using these measurement techniques in the analysis of the same PVP K-30 polymer sample. The following results are reported: Number average (Mn) – 10,000 Viscosity average (Mv) – 40,000 Weight average (Mw) – 55,000 Therefore, in any review of the literature, one must know which molecular average is cited. Conventionally, molecular weights are expressed by their “K-values,” which are derived from relative viscosity measurements.

Small amounts of PVP polymer effectively stabilize emulsions, dispersions, and suspensions. Even lyophobic colloids, which exist without significant affinity for the medium, can be protected by PVP polymer. The polymer is adsorbed in a thin molecular layer on the surface of the individual colloidal particles to prevent contact and overcome any tendency to form a continuous solid phase. The best viscosity grade to use depends on the application. In some cases, the lower molecular weight polymers, PVP K-15 polymer or PVP K-30 polymer, are more efficient than high molecular weight material. For example, PVP K-15 polymer is particularly effective as a dispersant for carbon black and lowbulk density solids in aqueous media. It is used in detergent formulations to prevent soil redeposition on synthetic fibers and as a protective colloid for certain pigments. In viscous systems, on the other hand, PVP K-90 polymer is most suitable, e.g., as a dispersant for titanium dioxide or organic pigments and latex polymers in emulsion paints. PVP K-90 polymer is preferred as the protective colloid in the suspension polymerization of styrene to generate the desired particle size.


Complex Formation/Crosslinking PVP polymers form molecular adducts with many other substances. This can result in a solubilizing action in some cases or in precipitation in others. PVP polymer crosslinks with polyacids like polyacrylic or tannic acid to form complexes which are insoluble in water or alcohol but dissolve in dilute alkali. Gantrez™ AN methyl vinyl ether/maleic anhydride copolymer, will also insolubilize PVP polymer when aqueous solutions of polymers are mixed in approximately equal parts at low pH. An increase in pH will solubilize the complex. Ammonium persulfate will gel PVP polymer in 30 minutes at about 90°C. These gels are not thermoreversible and are substantially insoluble in large amounts of water or salt solution.


PVP polymer powder can be stored under ordinary conditions without undergoing decomposition or degradation. However, since the powder is hygroscopic, suitable precautions should be taken to prevent excessive moisture pickup. Bulk polymer is supplied in tied polyethylene bags enclosed in fiber packs. When not in use, the polyethylene bag should be kept closed at all times in the covered container. On PVP polymer films, moisture acts as a plasticizer. These films are otherwise chemically stable. The equilibrium water content of PVP polymer solid or films varies in a linear fashion with relative humidity and is equal to approximately one-third the relative humidity. Samples of dried, powdered PVP polymer, subjected to 20, 52, and 80 percent relative humidity until equilibrium is reached, show a 10, 19, and 31 percent moisture weight gain, respectively. Exposure to extreme elevated temperatures should be avoided, though PVP polymer powder is quite stable when heated. Some darkening in color and decreased water solubility are evident on heating in air at 150°C. However, PVP polymer appears to be quite stable when heated repeatedly at 110-130°C for relatively short intervals. Aqueous PVP polymer is stable for extended periods if protected from molds. However, appropriate tests should be made with finished products containing PVP polymer before deciding on a preservative. Steam sterilization (15 lb. pressure for 15 min.) can also be used and this treatment does not appear to change the properties of the solutions. The PVP polymer has no buffering power, and substantial changes in the pH of solutions are observed upon addition of small amounts of acids or bases. For example, the pH of 100 ml of 3.5% PVP K-30 polymer solution is raised from pH 4 to pH 7 by the addition of 1-2 ml 0.1 N sodium hydroxide.


Polyvinylpyrrolidone is widely used in a broad variety of industries. This is due to its unique physical and chemical properties, particularly because of its good solubility in both water and many organic solvents, its chemical stability, its affinity to complex both hydrophobic and hydrophilic substances and its nontoxic character. Several hundreds of papers have been published describing the advantages of using PVP polymer in formulas for the following product areas


Adhesives – pressure-sensitive and water-remoistenable types, food packaging (indirect food contact), metal adhesives, abrasives, sandcore binder, rubber to metal adhesives and glue sticks. Specific adhesive for glass, metal, plastics. Imparts high initial tack, strength, hardness. Particularly suitable for remoistenable adhesive applications. Forms grease-resistant films. Films can be cast from water or organic solvents. Modifies viscosity of polymer-based adhesives. Raises cold-flow temperature. Raises softening point of thermoplastics

Ceramics – binder in high temperature fire-prepared products such as clay, pottery, porcelain, brick product, dispersant for ceramic media slurries and viscosity modifier. Binder is completely combustible in the firing process and therefore exerts no influence on the ceramic end product and in addition, is compatible with inorganic materials.

Glass and Glass Fibers – acts as a binder, lubricant and coating agent. Aids in processing and helps to prevent abrasion of glass.


Coatings/lnks – digital printing coating, ball-point inks, protective colloid and leveling agent for emulsion polymers/ coatings/ printing inks, pigment dispersant, water-colors for commercial art, temporary protective coatings, paper coatings, waxes and polishes. Suspending agent, flow promoter in inks. Nonthixotropic. Promotes better gloss, high tinctorial strength, more uniform shades. Antiblack agent. Grease resistant. Inkjet dye fixative


Detergents Dye transfer inhibition and enzyme stabilization

Electrical Applications – storage batteries, printed circuits, cathode ray tubes, binder for metal salts or amalgams in batteries, gold, nickel, copper and zinc plating, a thickener for solar gel ponds and as an adhesive to prevent leakage of batteries, serves as an expander in cadmium-type electrodes, binder in sinterednickel powder plates. Hydrophilic material in electrode separators of microporous film types. Compatible dispersant in printed circuits to improve uniformity. Shadow masks and protects light sensitive material in the CRT. Compatible dispersant for solar collection heat transfer liquids, for gold, nickel, copper and zinc plating baths and cathode ray tubes.


Lithography and Photography – foil emulsions, etch coatings, plate storage, gumming of litho- graphic plates, dampener roll solutions, photo and laser imaging processes, microencapsulation, thermal recording, carrier, finisher preserver of lithographic plates, thermal transfer recording ribbons and optical recording discs. Light-hardenable, water-soluble colloid for diazo, dichromate, or silver emulsion layers. Obviates deep-etching of metal plates. Offers uniform viscosity, temperature stability. Nonthixotropic. Defoggant. Adheres tightly to plates in nonimage areas. Grease-proof and water receptive. Chemically inert to ink ingredients. Binder, dispersant carrier and improves adhesion for light absorber dyes and antistick agent. Increases covering power density and contrast as well as speed of emulsions used in photography.

Fibers and Textiles – synthetic fibers, dyeing and printing, fugitive tinting, dye stripping and dispersant, scouring, delustering, sizing and finishing, greaseproofing aid, soil release agent. Widely used as dye dispersant and to disperse titanium dioxide. Backbone for grafting monomers. Improves dye receptivity of such hydrophobic fibers as polyolefins, viscoses, rubber latices, poly acrylonitriles and acrylics. Dye fixation improver and dye vehicle in wool transfer printing. Thickener for heat activated textile adhesives, textile finishes and print parts for various types of fabrics. Textile dye stripping and strike rate control through dye complexion. Acts as a dye scavenger in print washing. Contributes enhanced adhesives to glass-fiber sizes.


Inks / Coatings Viscosity control, suspension stabilization, flow control Membranes – macroporous, multiporous, desalination, gas separating, liquid ultrafiltration, hemodialysis, selective permeability types of membranes, hollow fiber membranes. Good compatibility and crosslinking properties Ability to complex with a broad variety of compounds. Strong polar character and hydrophilicity improves selective material separation properties

Metallurgy – processing for both ferrous and non ferrous metals, coating ingredient to aid or remove material from metal surfaces such as copper, nickel, zinc and aluminum. Steel quenching bath media. Coating to facilitate the cold forming of metals. Binder for casting molds and cores. Thickener, viscosity controlling agent, adhesion improver, water soluble flux.


Paper – inorganic papers, cellulose papers, rag stock, rag stripping, coloring and beating operations, copying paper, printing paper and electric insulating papers, paper adhesives. Improves strength and stability. Prevents sliding. Fluorescent whitening agent carrier. Improves luster, binding, absorbency, whitening and gloss. Solubilizes dyes for coloring, dyestripping. Fiber and pigment dispersant. Helps in preventing deposition of pitch. Complexing agent for modifying resins. Binder for inorganic flakes and fibers


Polymerizations – acrylic monomers, unsaturated polyesters, olefins, including PVC, styrene beads, substrate for graft polymerization, template in acrylic polymerization. Acts as particle-size regulator, suspending agent and viscosity modifier of emulsion polymers. In polymerization products, improves strength, clarity, color receptivity. Post-polymerization additive to improve dyeability and stability of latices. Pigment dispersant.


Suspensions / Dispersions PVP polymer is adsorbed on the surface of the colloid particles preventing them from coagulating.


Tableting Binder agent


Water and Waste Treatment, and Hygiene – clogging of reverse osmosis membranes, water treatment in fish hatchery ponds, removal of oil, dyes from waste water and as an oil-ball forming agent in oil spill removal, flocculant in waste water treatment, waste water clarifier in papermaking, in deodorants for neutralization of irritant and poisonous gas, in air conditioning filters. Complexes and gels in water to react with undesired water products.

143 RP / 1-ethenyl-2-pyrrolidinone polymers / 1-ethenyl-2-pyrrolidinone,polymers / 1- ethenyl-2-pyrrolidone,polymer / 1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone,polymers / 1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone polymers / 2-pyrrolidinone, 1-ethenyl, homopolymer / 2-pyrrolidinone, 1-vinyl-, polymers / agent AT 717 / agrimer / albigen A / aldacol Q / AT 717 / bolinan / ganex P 804 / hemodesis / hemodez / Hueper's polymer No. 1 / Hueper's polymer No. 2 / Hueper's polymer No. 3 / Hueper's polymer No. 4 / Hueper's polymer No. 5 / Hueper's polymer No. 6 / Hueper's polymer No. 7 / K 115 / K 115 (polyamide) / K 115,polyamide / K 15 / K 25 / K 25 (polymer) / K 25,polymer / K 30 / K 30 (polymer) / K 30,polymer / K 60 / K 60 (polymer) / K 60,polymer / K 90 / kollidon / kollidon 17 / kollidon 25 / kollidon 30 / luviskol / luviskol K 17 / luviskol K 25 / luviskol K 30 / MPK 90 / neocompensan / N-vinyl,polymer / Nvinylbutyrolactam polymer / N-vinylbutyrolactam,polymer / N-vinylpyrrolidinone polymer / Nvinylpyrrolidinone,polymer / N-vinylpyrrolidone polymer / N-vinylpyrrolidone,polymer / P.V.P / peragal ST / peregal ST / periston / periston-N / peviston / plasdon K-26/28 / plasdon XL / plasdone / plasdone C / plasdone K 29-32 / plasmosan / poly(1-(2-oxo-1- pyrrolidinyl)ethylene) / poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone),homopolymer / poly(1-vinyl-2- pyrrolidinone)Hueper's polymer No.1 / poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone)Hueper's polymer No.2 / poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone)Hueper's polymer No.3 / poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone)Hueper's polymer No.4 / poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone)Hueper's polymer No.5 / poly(1-vinyl-2- pyrrolidinone)Hueper's polymer No.6 / poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone)Hueper's polymer No.7 / poly(1-vinylpyrrolidinone) / poly(N-vinylbutyrolactam) / poly(N-vinylpyrrolidinone) / poly(vinylpyrrolidinone) / poly(vinylpyrrolidone) / polyclar AT / polyclar H / polyclar L / POLYVIDONE / polyvinylpyrrolidone K 12 / polyvinylpyrrolidone K 15 / polyvinylpyrrolidone K 25 / polyvinylpyrrolidone K 30 / polyvinylpyrrolidone K 60 / polyvinylpyrrolidone K 90 / polyvinylpyrrolidone,special grade / povidone / povidone (usp xix) / povidone,usp xix / protagent / PVP / PVP 1 / PVP 2 / PVP 3 / PVP 4 / PVP 5 / PVP 6 / PVP 7 / PVP-10 / PVP360 / PVP-40 / PVP-40T / PVP-k 15 / PVP-k 30 / PVP-k 60 / PVP-k 90 / PVPP / RP 143 / subtosan / vinisil / vinylpyrrolidinone polymer / vinylpyrrolidinone,polymer / vinylpyrrolidone polymer / vinylpyrrolidone,polymer


CAS Registry Number: 9003-39-8
CA Index Name: 2-Pyrrolidinone, 1-ethenyl-, homopolymer

Synonyms:
143RP
1-Ethenyl-2-pyrrolidinone homopolymer
1-Ethenyl-2-pyrrolidone polymer
1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone polymer
1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone homopolymer
1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone polymer
2-Pyrrolidinone, 1-etheny-, homopolymer
2-Pyrrolidinone, 1-ethenyl-, homopolymer
2-Pyrrolidinone, 1-ethenyl-, polymer with aluminum oxide (Al2O3) and silica, graft
2-Pyrrolidinone, 1-ethenyl-, polymer with silica, graft
2-Pyrrolidinone, 1-vinyl-, polymers
2-pyrrolidinone,1-ethenyl-,homopolymer
2-Pyrrolidione,1-ethenyl-,homopolymer
40K
40K (vinyl polymer)
ACP 10
Agent AT 717
Agrimer 15
Agrimer 30
Agrimer 90
Agrimer K 30
Albigen A
Aldacol Q
Antaron P 804
Antitox Vana
AT 717
B 7509
Bolinan
Carbon, polymer with 1-ethenyl-2-pyrrolidinone, graft
Cevian A 88036
Crospovidone
Discol K 30L
Disintex 200
Divergan EF
Divergan F
Divergan RS
Epocros WS 560
Gaftex AE-K 15
Ganex P 804
Hemodesis
Hemodez
K 115
K 115 (vinyl polymer)
K 12
K 120
K 120 (vinyl polymer)
K 15
K 15 (polymer)
K 17
K 25
K 25 (surfactant)
K 29-32
K 30
K 30C
K 30G
K 30W
K 60
K 60 (polymer)
K 85
K 85 (vinyl polymer)
K 90
K 90W
K 92
K 92 (vinyl polymer)
Kollidon
Kollidon 12PF
Kollidon 17
Kollidon 17PF
Kollidon 25
Kollidon 30
Kollidon 90
Kollidon 90F
Kollidon CE 50/50
Kollidon K 15
Kollidon K 17
Kollidon K 25
Kollidon K 29/32
Kollidon K 30
Kollidon K 60
Kollidon K 90
Kollidon K 90F
Konkrepol AD 1
Konkrepol B
LFC
Lumiten PPR 8450
Lumiten PR 8450
Luvicross M
Luviskol K
Luviskol K 12
Luviskol K 120
Luviskol K 17
Luviskol K 25
Luviskol K 30
Luviskol K 30SP
Luviskol K 60
Luviskol K 80
Luviskol K 85CQ
Luviskol K 90
Luviskol K 910
Luviskol KPO
Luvitec K 15
Luvitec K 17
Luvitec K 30
Luvitec K 60
Luvitec K 90
Luvitec K 90PH
MPK 90
Neocompensan
Neohemodes
NPK 15
NP-K 30
NPK 90
N-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone homopolymer
N-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone homopolymer
N-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone homopolymerisee
N-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone polymer
N-Vinylbutyrolactam polymer
N-Vinylpyrrolidinone polymer
N-Vinylpyrrolidone homopolymer
N-Vinylpyrrolidone polymer
P 0696
PAK-K 15
Peregal ST
Periston
Periston N
Peviston
Pitskol K 30L
Pitskol K 90
PK 771
Plasdone
Plasdone 4
Plasdone C
Plasdone C 15
Plasdone C 30
Plasdone K 15
Plasdone K 17
Plasdone K 25
Plasdone K 26-28
Plasdone K 29-32
Plasdone K 30
Plasdone K 90
Plasdone K 90D
Plasdone XL
Plasdone XL 10
Plasmosan
Polidon
POLY VINYLPYRROLIDONE
Poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone)
Poly(1-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone)
Poly(1-vinylpyrrolidinone)
Poly(N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone)
Poly(N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone)
Poly(N-vinylbutyrolactam)
Poly(N-vinylpyrrolidinone)
Poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)
Poly(N-vinyl-γ-butyrolactam)
POLY(VINYLPOLYPYRROLIDONE)
Poly(vinylpyrrolidinone)
Poly(vinylpyrrolidone)
Poly[N-vinylpyrrolidinone]
Polyclar AT
Polyclar H
Polyclar L
POLYMER, N-VINYLPYRROLIDINONE
Polyplasdone
Polyplasdone INF 10
Polyplasdone XL
Polyplasdone XL 10
Polyvidon
Polyvidon XL
Polyvidone
Polyvidone 25
Polyvidone K 30
POLYVINYL PYRROLIDONE
POLYVINYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
POLYVINYLPYRROLIDON
Polyvinylpyrrolidon XL
Polyvinylpyrrolidone
Poviderm SK 3
POVIDONE
Povidone 30
Povidone K 12
Povidone K 17
Povidone K 25
Povidone K 29-32
Povidone K 30
Povidone K 90
Protagent
PV 03
PV 03 (vinyl pyrrolidone polymer)
PV 05
PVK 30
PVP
PVP 10
PVP 1230
PVP 18
PVP 25
PVP 3000
PVP 360
PVP 40
PVP 50
PVP 99
PVP-K
PVP-K 12
PVP-K 120
PVP-K 15
PVP-K 17
PVP-K 25
PVP-K 26/28
PVP-K 3
PVP-K 30
PVP-K 40
PVP-K 60
PVP-K 70
PVP-K 80
PVP-K 90
PVPP
PX 4VP90
PX 90P
PX-K 30P
PX-K 90L
PX-K 90P
Rubiscole K 30
SD 13
SD 13 (polymer)
Silica, polymer with 1-ethenyl-2-pyrrolidinone, graft
Silica-N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone graft copolymer
Silica-N-vinylpyrrolidone graft copolymer
Silica-vinylpyrrolidone graft copolymer
Sokalan HP 50
Sokalan HP 53
Sokolan HP 165
Sokolan HP 53
Sokolan HP 60
Subtosan
TSP 9A
Vinisil
Vinylpyrrolidinone polymer
Vinylpyrrolidone homopolymer
Vinylpyrrolidone polymer
ViviPrint 530


2-Pyrrolidinone,1-vinyl-, polymers (8CI);1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone polymer;1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone homopolymer;1-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone polymer;143RP;40K;40K (vinyl polymer);ACP 10;AT 717;Agent AT 717;Agrimer 15;Agrimer 30;Agrimer 90;Agrimer K 30;Albigen A;Aldacol Q;Antaron P 804;Antitox Vana;B7509;Bolinan;Cevian A 88036;Deltaspeed AF;Discol K 30L;Disintex 200;Divergan EF;Divergan F;Divergan RS;Epocros WS 560;Gaftex AE-K 15;Ganex P 804;Hemodesis;Hemodez;K115;K 115 (vinyl polymer);K 12;K 120;K 15;K 15 (polymer);K 17;K 25;K 25(surfactant);K 27/32;K 29-32;K 30;K 30C;K 30G;K 30PH;K 30W;K 50;K 50 (vinyl polymer);K 60;K 60 (polymer);K 85;K 85(vinyl polymer);K 90;K 90W;K 92;K 92 (vinyl polymer);Kollidon;Kollidon12PF;Kollidon 17;Kollidon 17PF;Kollidon 25;Kollidon 30;Kollidon 90;Kollidon 90F;KollidonCE 50/50;Kollidon K 15;Kollidon K 17;Kollidon K 25;Kollidon K 29/32;Kollidon K 30;Kollidon K 60;Kollidon K 90;Kollidon K 90F;Konkrepol AD 1;Konkrepol B;LFC;Lumiten PPR 8450;Lumiten PR 8450;Luvicross M;Luviskol K;Luviskol K 12;Luviskol K 120;Luviskol K 17;Luviskol K 17F;Luviskol K 25;Luviskol K 30;Luviskol K 30SP;Luviskol K 60;Luviskol K 80;Luviskol K 85CQ;Luviskol K 90;Luviskol K 90L;Luviskol K 910;Luviskol KPO;Luvitec K15;Luvitec K 17;Luvitec K 30;Luvitec K 60;Luvitec K 90;Luvitec K 90PH;MPK90;MRTU 8457-79;N-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidinone homopolymer;N-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidonehomopolymer;N-Vinyl-2-pyrrolidone polymer;N-Vinylbutyrolactam polymer;N-Vinylpyrrolidinone polymer;N-Vinylpyrrolidone homopolymer;N-Vinylpyrrolidone polymer;NP-K 30;NPK 15;NPK 90;Neocompensan;Neohemodes;P 0696;P-XL;PAK-K 15;PK 771;PV 03;PV 03 (vinyl pyrrolidone polymer);PV05;PVK 30;PVP;PVP 10;PVP 1230;PVP 18;PVP 25;PVP 3000;PVP 360;PVP 40;PVP 4000;PVP 50;PVP 99;PVP-K;PVP-K 12;PVP-K 120;PVP-K 15;PVP-K 17;PVP-K25;PVP-K 26/28;PVP-K 3;PVP-K 30;PVP-K 40;PVP-K 60;PVP-K 70;PVP-K 80;PVP-K 90;PVP-K 90K95;PVPP;Povidone/Polyvinylpyrrolidone(PVP);Polyvinylpyrrolidone;Povidone K-30;

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