Structure9,9-Bis-(4-amino-3-chlorophenyl)-fluorene
Formula
C25H18Cl2N2
CAS No. 107934-68-9
EC No. 407-560-9
Synonyms CAF; 9,9-Bis-(4-amino-3-chlorophenyl)-fluorene; 4,4'-(9H-Fluoren-9-ylidene)-bis-(2-chlorobenzenamine); 4,4'-(9H-Fluoren-9-ylidene)-bis-(2-chloroaniline); 9,9-Bis(3-chloro-4-aminophenyl)-9H-fluorene

9,9-Bis-(4-amino-3-chlorophenyl)-fluorene

Chlorophenyl Amino Fluorene (CAF) is a highly specialized amine-hardener for various applications. The two primary amine-groups react readily with e.g. gylcidyl-moieties of epoxy resins, resulting in cured epoxy-matrices of outstanding electronical properties.

Applications

  • CAF is mostly used as a hardener in electronic applications
  • Printed circuits, capacitors, circuit boards: CAF-hardened epoxy layers show a much lower water adsorption tendency, compared to conventional polyamine-hardeners
  • Capacitors from epoxy and dispersed metal oxides: using CAF, the resulting capacitor layers show a much lower electrical dissipation and leakage
  • Allover, CAF-cured epoxy-coatings show a very low tendency for pick-off when used in coil-coating applications

CAF can be advantageous when used in the production of prepregs

  • Melt-dissolved CAF acts as a latent hardener
  • Good tack at room temperature (21-25 °C)
  • Longer shelf life, easier processability
  • Outstanding water-resistance after curing

CAF shows positive impact on the mechanical and electronic properties of hybrid polyolefine-glycidlyacrylate-hotmelts when used as crosslinker.

CAF can be used as a monomer to produce polyimide-fluorocarbon-blends

  • Resulting resins show low dielectric constant
  • Very good processability
  • As insulator for high-frequency electronics


Health & Safety

Detailed information on the product can be found in our Material Safety Data Sheet