Methyl Methacrylate (a.k.a. MMA) is an organic compound, in the ester class. It is a colorless volatile liquid, with fruity odor, slightly soluble in water, but soluble with most organic solvents. MMA began being commercially produced in 1933, after the discovery of the acetone cyanohydrin route. Since then, many methods of production have been attempted and used, especially since methyl methacrylate is the base monomer for the production of PMMA, a versatile and greatly manufactured plastic.
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