Allyl PEG (a.k.a. Allyl Polyethylene Glycol) is a reactive polyether widely used in the production of polycarboxylate water-reducing agent. It is a polyether intermediate for silicone surfactants production. This allyl polyether may be obtained by different routes, such as by reacting ethylene oxide with allyl alcohol or by capping polyethylene glycol ether with allyl chloride.
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