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Piccolastic™ D125

HSP Distance with Styrene Monomer - AS: 0.0
Intermediate molecular weight, light colored, nonpolar, thermoplastic hydrocarbon resin derived from pure styrene monomer. Used in coatings and paper coatings. Offers toughness and resiliency, wetting qualities, and very good resistance to water, chemicals, shock, oil, and grease. Gives compatibility with chlorinated paraffins, coumarone indene resins, polystyrene and lower molecular weight aromatic resins, rosin and modified rosins, rosin esters, and SBR copolymers.
Product Type
Hydrocarbon Resins
Chemical Composition
Hydrocarbon resin
CAS Number
SpecialChem additionnal informations based on CAS Number : 9003-53-6

Hansen Solubility Parameters

[17.8, 2.5, 3.5]
[δD - Dispersion force interactions, δP - Polar force interactions, δH - Hydrogen bond force interactions]

Please note, these HSP values are estimations. It is based upon the “like seeks like” principle. It splits an ingredients interactions into three parameters; δD (Dispersion force interactions), δP (Polar forces interactions) and δH (Hydrogen bond force interactions). Hansen Solubility Parameters can help you find a wide range of products that are predicted to be compatible with Piccolastic™ D125. A practical determination of these HSP values would provide higher certainty. Learn More.

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