Dimethyldiallylammonium chloride, alias: DADMAC, CAS No.: 7398-69-8, molecular formula: C8H16NCl, is a kind of high purity, polymerization grade, quaternary amine salt, high charge density cationic monomer. Its DMDAAC aqueous solution, the appearance of colorless transparent, non-irritating odor liquid, slightly thick, dimethyldiallyl ammonium chloride is easily soluble in water. Dimethyldiallylammonium chloride contains alkenyl double bonds in its molecular structure, which can form linear homopolymers and various copolymers through various polymerization reactions. Dimethyldiallylammonium chloride is very stable at room temperature, non-hydrolyzable, non-flammable, low skin irritation and low toxicity.

The following is an introduction to the performance characteristics of dimethyldiallylammonium chloride and its main application areas:

Performance characteristics:

Cationic nature: Containing quaternary ammonium salt structure, it has obvious positive charge property, which makes it belong to cationic compound.

High reactivity: It has a double-bond structure, which contains active allyl groups, making it highly reactive in polymerization reactions.

Water Soluble: Usually water soluble and able to form solutions in water, which is important for some water-based applications.

Electrophilicity: Due to its positive charge, Dimethyldiallylammonium Chloride is highly electrophilic and can interact with negatively charged substances.

Fields of application:

Dimethyldiallylammonium chloride as a cationic monomer through homopolymerization or copolymerization with other monomers to form a series of polymer products, its main role is electric neutralization, adsorption, flocculation, purification, decoloration, especially as a modifier of synthetic resins, to give conductivity, antistatic properties. Dimethyldiallylammonium chloride polymers are commonly used in the following areas:

Pulp and paper industry: as paper wet strength agent, help to improve the wet strength and water resistance of paper.

Water treatment agent: As a water treatment agent, it is used to improve water quality, prevent impurities from precipitating in water and help purify water sources.

Textile industry: Its cationic polymer can be used as a softener for textiles to improve the handfeel and softness of textiles.

Sedimentation: Its cationic nature allows it to be used as a sedimentation agent in wastewater treatment, helping to remove suspended and turbid substances.

Oilfield Extraction: In oilfield extraction, it can be used as a precipitant and dispersant to help control the formation of sediments and maintain the permeability of oil wells.

Coatings and inks: It can be used in some coatings and inks to improve their properties, such as dispersibility and adsorption.

It should be noted that specific applications and performance characteristics may vary depending on the specific product and preparation method. When using dimethyldiallylammonium chloride, it is recommended to refer to the relevant technical literature or information provided by the manufacturer and to follow the appropriate safety practices.

Related Products:

Diallyl dimethyl ammonium chloride

Poly(Dimethyl diallyl ammonium Chloride)