Tetrabromobisphenol A Production Cost Analysis 2020
Tetrabromobisphenol A or TBBPA is a brominated flame retardant. It is a white solid, which makes it completely colourless. The commercial samples of TBBPA may, however, appear yellow. TBBPA is manufactured by the reaction of bromine along with bisphenol A. Most of the commercial TBBPA products are composed of a mixture that differs in the degree of bromination.
TBBPA emits are commonly found in the traces of concentrated hydrosphere, soil, as well as sediments. Moreover, it also occurs in sewage sludge and house dust.
TBBPA is majorly utilised as a reactive component of polymers, meaning it is incorporated into the polymer backbone. It is a common fire retardant. It is used to make fire-resistant polycarbonates, which act as a substitute for bisphenol A. It is also used to produce epoxy resins, which are extensively used in printed circuit boards.
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