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Product Code: SIB1817.0

Cas No: 16068-37-4

Hydrophobic Non Functional Alkoxy Silane

Silane coupling agents have the ability to form a durable bond between organic and inorganic materials to generate desired heterogeneous environments or to incorporate the bulk properties of different phases into a uniform composite structure. The general formula has two classes of functionality. The hydrolyzable group forms stable condensation products with siliceous surfaces and other oxides such as those of aluminum, zirconium, tin, titanium, and nickel. The organofunctional group alters the wetting or adhesion characteristics of the substrate, utilizes the substrate to catalyze chemical transformations at the heterogeneous interface, orders the interfacial region, or modifies its partition characteristics, and significantly effects the covalent bond between organic and inorganic materials.

Dipodal Silane

Dipodal silanes are a series of adhesion promoters that have intrinsic hydrolytic stabilities up to ~10,000 times greater than conventional silanes and are used in applications such as plastic optics, multilayer printed circuit boards and as adhesive primers for ferrous and nonferrous metals. They have the ability to form up to six bonds to a substrate compared to conventional silanes with the ability to form only three bonds to a substrate. Many conventional coupling agents are frequently used in combination with 10-40% of a non-functional dipodal silane, where the conventional coupling agent provides the appropriate functionality for the application, and the non-functional dipodal silane provides increased durability. Also known as bis-silanes additives enhance hydrolytic stability, which impacts on increased product shelf life, ensures better substrate bonding and also leads to improved mechanical properties in coatings as well as composite applications.

1,2-Bis(triethoxysilyl)ethane (Hexaethoxydisilethylene, BSE)
  • ΔHvap: 101.5 kJ/mol
  • Vapor pressure, 150°: 10mm
  • Additive to silane coupling agent formulations that enhance hydrolytic stability
  • Employed in corrosion resistant coating and primers for steel and aluminum
  • Component in evaporation-induced self-assembly of mesoporous structures
  • Forms mesoporous molecular sieves that can be further functionalized
  • Solg-gels of α,ω-bis(trimethoxysilyl)alkanes reported
  • Hydrolysis kinetics studied7
  • Advanced silane in SIVATE™ E610
  • Used as an adhesion promoter in Bird-deterrent Glass Coatings
  • Boiling Point: 96° / 0.3

    EINECS Number: 240-212-2

    Melting Point: -33°

    Molecular Weight: 354.59


    Specific Gravity: 0.957

    Flashpoint: 107°C (225°F)

    HMIS Key: 3-1-1-X

    Hydrolytic Sensitivity: 7: reacts slowly with moisture/water

    Formula: C14H34O6Si2

    Refractive Index: 1.4052


    Application: Employed in corrosion resistant coatings/primers for steel and aluminum.1,2
    Sol-gels of ?,?-bis(trimethoxysilyl)alkanes reported.3
    Component in evaporation-induced self-assembly of mesoporous structures.4
    Forms mesoporous, derivatizeable molecular sieves.5,6
    Hydrolysis kinetics studied.7

    Reference: 1. Van Ooij, W. et al. J. Adhes. Sci. Technol. 1997, 11, 29.
    2. Van Ooij, W. et al. Chemtech 1999, 28, 3302.
    3. Loy, D. A. et al. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1999, 121, 5413.
    4. Lu, Y. et al. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2000, 122, 5258.
    5. Molde, B. et al. Chem. Mater. 1999, 11, 3302.
    6. Cho, E. et al. Chem. Mater. 2004, 16, 270.
    7. Diaz-Benito, B. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical Aspects 2010, 369, 53.


    Additional Properties: ?Hvap: 101.5 kJ/mole
    Additive to silane coupling agents formulations that enhances hydrolytic stability
    Vapor pressure, 150°: 10 mm

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