What Is EVA

- Sep 25, 2019-

In the field of chemistry and organic chemistry, EVA refers to "ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer" and the rubber and plastic foam material made from it, the molecular formula (C2H4)x.(C4H6O2)y, which is used in making refrigerator pipes, gas pipes, civil boards, containers and daily necessities, etc.

Chemical Chinese name: ethylene - vinyl acetate copolymer


Chemical name in English: ethylene - vinyl acetate copolymer

English abbreviation: EVA

Molecular formula :(C2H4)x.(C4H6O2)y

Molecular weight: 342.43

Relative molecular weight: 2000 (mean)

CAS No. : 24937-78-8

Melting point: 75℃ boiling point: 170.6℃

Relative density: 0.948g/mL (25℃)

Flash point: 260 ℃

Solubility: toluene, THF, and MEK: soluble

Surface morphology: white powder