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vinyl

1. of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group of atoms CH2CH-
2. of, consisting of, or made of a vinyl resin
3. any vinyl polymer, resin, or plastic, esp PVC
4. (collectively) conventional records made of vinyl as opposed to compact discs

vinyl

Any of various tough, flexible plastics made from polyvinyl resin. See also: Plexiglas

vinyl

A thermoplastic compound made from polymerized vinyl chloride, vinylide chloride, or vinyl acetate; includes some plastics made from styrene and other chemicals.
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Plasticizers for use in vinyl formulations include phthalates for good compatibility, low temperature flexibility, low volatility, heat and light stability; epoxidized oils for heat and light stability, low volatility and permanence; trimellitates for low volatility and preparation of high temperature electrical compounds; adipates for low temperature flexibility; citrates for minimal residual taste or odor with good resistance to water extraction; and polymerics for low volatility and resistance to extraction and for compounds that must resist oil or solvent extraction.
Published in June 2011, the 191 page report provides a comprehensive overview of the vinyls market within the Americas.
A significant number of the population in these developing countries lack basic infrastructure including housing, potable water and sanitation facilities and will provide significant upside for the growth in vinyls demand in these countries.
Advastab TM-404 methyltin heat stabilizer for clear rigid vinyl food packaging offers less odor and better early and midrange color hold.
PX 238 di-2-ethylhexyl adipate (DOA) for g-p low-temperature processing of vinyl film for food applications.
PX 238 di-2-ethyl hexyl adipate (DOA) - for g-p low-temperature processing of vinyl film for good applications.
industry insiders suggest some states may already be convinced they must treat vinyl disposal as a special problem.
PX 238 di-2-ethyl hexyl adipate (DOA)--for g-p low-temperature processing of vinyl film other than food applications.
Seventy-seven percent (77%) of homes built in the Northeast and 60 percent of homes built in the Midwest were first and foremost clad in vinyl siding.
There was a thought process that people only used vinyl when they had to because the conditions required it.
New LCA data proves vinyl siding's environmental performance beats fiber cement and brick