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ArroChem’s Butynediol is a chemical compound belonging to the class of diols. It is an unsaturated aliphatic compound with the molecular formula C4H6O2. Butynediol is commonly used in the polymer and resin industry, adhesive and sealant formulations, coatings and paints, as well as chemical synthesis.

General Characteristics:


Ionic Nature:

Solubility in Water, 25°C:

Specific Gravity:             

Clear liquid



~1.0 - 1.1 g/cm³


BUTYNEDIOL is widely used in various industrial applications, including but not limited to the folllowing:

  • Polymer and Resin Industry: Butynediol is utilized in the production of specialty polymers and resins. It acts as a building block to create high-performance materials with unique properties and applications.
  • Adhesive and Sealant Formulations: Due to its reactive nature, Butynediol provides improved adhesion and enhances the bonding characteristics of the final products.
  • Coatings and Paints: Butynediol contributes to the formation of durable coatings with excellent resistance to environmental factors.
  • Chemical Synthesis: This compound serves as a versatile intermediate in the synthesis of various chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and agrochemicals.



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