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PVA

(organic chemistry)

polyvinyl acetate, PVA

A colorless, thermoplastic, water-insoluble resin; used as a latex binder in certain paints.
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A series of PVA composite fibers with a large MWCNTs fraction from 5 wt% to 10 wt%, 20 wt%, and 30 wt% were prepared.
Another thing you may not know is that while the majority of PVA members are paralyzed due to trauma, about 7,350 of them have paralysis due to multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and other spinal-cord diseases.
HARWOOD: Some companies take the position that no one will lose employment as a result of PVA.
PVA 1799, with Mn of 74,800, degree of hydrolysis of 99%, was provided from Sinopec Sichuan Vinylon Works (Chongqing, China).
PVA (DP = 1750, degree of hydrolysis 99%) was provided by Sichuan Vinylon Factory, SINOPEC (China).
And after 41 years with PVA, our leaders can't say enough about his contributions.
Recently, many types of inorganic filler are doped into PVA and it is observed that the doping of metal salts has a significant effect on the optical, thermal, crystallinity, and electrical properties of PVA (21-27).
Much work has been done to weaken the hydrogen bonding to improve the ultimate properties of PVA as a product or to improve the thermal processability of PVA.
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Chen [14] incorporated acid-treated CNTs into the PVA forming a nanocomposite films.
PVA fiber with several hundred Mega-Pascal (MPa) tensile strength and about 10 Giga-Pascal (GPa) Young's modulus can be produced using traditional solution spinning technology [5].