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Encyclopedia > Aliquat 336

Aliquat 336, also known as methyltrioctylammonium chloride and tricaprylylmethylammonium chloride, is a quaternary ammonium salt and phase transfer catalyst. Quaternary ammonium cation. ... A phase transfer catalyst or PTC in chemistry is a type of chemical compound, often a quaternary ammonium salt, which facilitates the migration of a particular chemical component in one phase into a other phase in a heterogeneous system. ...

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Antistatic composition - Patent 4671884 (3503 words)
A 5% w/w dispersion of Aliquat 336/Ammonyx LO mixture (1:1) was metered in at a rate of about 1680 ml/min, giving an add-on assuming bath equilibrium of 0.39% w/w of Aliquat 336 on the wool component of the yarn.
For example, a concentrate consisting of 50 g Aliquat 336, 150 g Ammonyx LO, and 250 g Frescolene B is homogeneous and when diluted to 2.5 liters for application to wool (10 kg) remained homogeneous.
A stable turbid emulsion of 1.8% of an Aliquat 336/Ammonyx LO mixture (50/50 w/w) in water was applied by hand-held airless spray ("Fanjet" 123/15 "D" with 1.09 mm hole), using a conical device for fully enclosing the spray and preventing Aliquat particles from being breathed in by the operator.
ITT - Other Uses (536 words)
Aliquat® 336 enhances the wetting properties of the solder when the solder is applied over the flux.
In this case the Aliquat® 336 is used at a four percent level and not only provides corrosion protection for the metal parts in a gasoline environment but also acts as a plasticizer for the elastomer.
Polymer Anti-Static Additive: Aliquat® 336 is being used in combination with polystyrene as an additive for imparting anti-static properties to blown polystyrene used in the packaging of computer components.
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