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a white crystalline amide of propenoic acid can damage the nervous system and is carcinogenic in laboratory animals

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The AC400 grout is a low-viscosity, nontoxic sewer sealing grout that is used with sewer grouting trucks and contains no acrylamide monomer.
Since the acrylamide monomer was fed as a 50 wt% solution, the acrylamide content was increased by increasing the pump rate, keeping the total moisture content at 50%.
The molar ratio of styrene monomer to acrylamide monomer was kept at 7:93 in all synthesis experiments.
Five water-soluble acrylamide monomers and a photoinitiator, expanding on the company's product line for photographic imaging, printing and electronic materials, include polyfunctional acrylamide monomers FFM-2, FFM-3, FFM-4 and FFM-5; monofunctional methacrylamide monomer FFM-21; and photoinitiator FFI-1.
UV/EB Raw Materials and/or Equipment Offered: Acrylate, methacrylate and acrylamide monomers
Acrylamide monomers are known to be neurotoxic, causing peripheral neuropathy in humans and ataxia and weakness in laboratory animals.
The polymer is a copolymer formed by polymerizing acrylic acid and acrylamide monomers with imidazole and boronic acid compounds.