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MDP (10-Methacryloyloxydecyl dihydrogen phosphate) convinces users by its special monomer structure: This phosphate monomer was extremely effective for enamel, dentin and on metal alloys. Consequently, the material including the MDP monomer, was introduced as a high-performance adhesive resin cement for the cementation to tooth structure and to metals. The impressive success of encouraged many manufacturers to integrate the MDP monomer into other bonding systems as well as to obtain a high degree of adhesion to tooth substrate from the formation of a chemical bonding. MDP is now present in SE Bond, S3 Bond, Protect Bond, Teethmate, Alloy Primer, Ceramic Primer, Porcelain Repair System. Moreover, it remains possible that long-term protection has been provided in the form of the MDPB monomer. It is expected that the product prevents the absorption of bacteria by a change in the surface structure, contributing in the long run to protection from secondary caries. The bonding layer releases small quantities of fluoride to strengthen the neighboring tooth hard structure. A special copolymer aids in preventing shrinkage of the bonding layer and the consequent negative effects on the bond strength.
Synonyms 12-methacryloyldodeylphosphonate; Estenia Opaque Primer; 10-Methacryloyloxydecyl dihydrogen phosphate; Mono-10-methacryloyloxydecyl phosphate; MADDP
CAS Number 85590-00-7 | Molecular Formula C14H27O6P | Molecular Weight 322.33
StdInChI InChI=1S/C14H27O6P/c1-13(2)14(15)19-11-9-7-5-3-4-6-8-10-12-20-21(16,17)18/h1,3-12H2,2H3,(H2,16,17,18)
The related product under development 4-methacryloxyethyl trimellitic anhydride CAS 70293-55-9

4-Methacryloxyethyl trimellitic anhydride structure

    Properties of 10-MDP

    Structure Analysis Terminal double bond group for polymerization; Hydrophobic alkylene group to maintain a delicate balance between hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties and hydrophilic phosphate group for performance of the acid demineralization and chemical bonding to tooth structure
    Appearance Light yellow sticky liquid
    Flash Point 226.073°C
    Boiling Point 450.2°C at 760 mmHg
    Density 1.137 g/ml

    Description of 10-MDP

    Identification Methods HNMR,HPLC
    Purity 95% min
    Recommended Storage 2-8°C away from light
    Remarks There is a phenomenon of 10-MDP that is common and will not affect the product’s quality generally that the product may solidify little by little after staying for some time under low temperature.
    If liquid form is needed for use, please follow steps below,
    1. Put the fluoride bottle with product into thermostat water bath;
    2. Set the temperature at 40℃;
    3. Wait for 3-4 hours before the product turns liquid again completely.
    Productivity 20-30kg/month
    Symbol exclamation-mark-jpgGHS07
    Signal Word Warning
    Hazard Statements H315-H319-H335
    Precautionary Statements P261-P305+P351+P338
    Personal Protective Equipment dust mask type(N95) US, Eye Shields, Gloves
    Hazard Codes (Europe) Xi
    Risk Statements (Europe) 20/21/22
    Safety Statements (Europe) 26
    WGK Germany 3
    10-MDP CAS 85590-00-7 H-NMR
    10-MDP CAS 85590-00-7 H-NMR
    10-MDP CAS 85590-00-7 P-NMR
    10-MDP CAS 85590-00-7 P-NMR
    10-MDP CAS 85590-00-7 HPLC
    10-MDP CAS 85590-00-7 HPLC
    10-MDP at Watson Noke https://www.watsonnoke.com/10-mdp-cas-85590-00-7/
    10-MDP at Watson International https://www.watson-int.com/10-mdp-cas-85590-00-7/
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