Vinyl Carboxylate


Vinyl carboxylate is a substance in which a vinyl group has been introduced as an ester to a carboxylic acid, an example of which is acetic acid.
Vinyl Acetate is one of our main products, and uses a carboxylic acid as an ingredient in place of acetic acid to produce a vinyl carboxylate that corresponds to the ingredient acid.
The vinyl carboxylate formation method developed by JVP is a superior method because it uses no mercury catalyst, which is used in conventional methods, and can produce products with a high degree of purity.


  • Controlling of plastic softness (Tg) and other properties
  • Using vinyl carboxylates with functional groups as cross-linking sites
  • Use in optically active substance splitting reactions
  • Use in photo hardening and cross-linking reactions
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