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N METHYL 2 PYRROLIDONE (NMP) is a solvent that’s growing in popularity thanks to its solubility and flashpoint. It’s a key material in manufacturing lithium-ion batteries, but costs of buying and disposing of N METHYL 2 PYRROLIDONE (NMP) can quickly add up. With the right technology, N METHYL 2 PYRROLIDONE (NMP) can be recycled with 99%+ purity and reused.

NMP is short for N-methyl pyrrolidone, also known as 1-methyl-2-pyrrolidone or N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone. It is a petrochemical solvent used in producing a variety of different products, such as lithium-ion batteries, paint and coating strippers, cleaning agents, electronics, and more. N METHYL 2 PYRROLIDONE (NMP) has good chemical stability and thermal stability thanks to its high velocity, low volatility and low toxicity.

N METHYL 2 PYRROLIDONE (NMP) is a colorless to slightly yellow liquid that is heavier than water. With a flashpoint of 100 Celsius, N METHYL 2 PYRROLIDONE (NMP) doesn’t require explosion-proof facility design as the flashpoint is much higher than the boiling point. The organic compound has a molecular formula of C5H9NO. 

N METHYL 2 PYRROLIDONE (NMP) is made from reacting monomethylamine (MMA) and gamma-butyraceous (GBL).

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