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acetal

[′as·ə‚tal]
(organic chemistry)
CH3CH(OC2H5)2 A colorless, flammable, volatile liquid used as a solvent and in manufacture of perfumes. Also known as 1,1-diethoxyethane.
Any one of a class of compounds formed by the addition of alcohols to aldehydes.
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Other features suiting Celcon acetal copolymer to this application include high lubricity and low wear, and in terms of processing, says National Molding, Celcon acetal flows well, and parts emerge from the mold with a smooth and even finish.
In this application, Ticona notes, Hostaform acetal copolymer meets DaimlerChrysler's 9681 Rev.
Color concentrates for acetal, acrylics, ABS, cellulosics, EEA, EVA, nitrile barrier resins, nylons, PC, TP polyesters, polyolefins, PS, TP urethane, PVC, SAN, and other thermoplastics.
Celcon acetal performance in automotive fuels was recently illustrated in a series of 5000-hr comparison tests.
The new grade is made with proprietary technology that is said to form a tight bond between the fibers and the acetal matrix.
BASF Plastics' Ultraform acetal copolymer is used to mold the ball valve and two components--the metering rod and sensor disk.
Distributes nylon, PC, PPE, polyester, acetal, and ABS.
Developed jointly by Ticona and Kraiburg TPE, the technology matches Ticona's Celcon and/or Hostaform acetal copolymers with a tailored grade of Kraiburg's Thermolast-K SEBS, an adhesion-modified styrene block copolymer.
The three other grades are a Delrin acetal with very low volatile emissions, a Zytel nylon with low moisture absorption, and a Zenite LCP with high barrier properties and chemical inertness.
based technical polymers business of Celanese AG, is a low-gloss acetal copolymer designed for use in applications where gloss consistency is critical, notably, automotive interiors.
A new line of acetal copolymers with electrically conductive and static-dissipative performance include brightly colorable grades.
Preparing for the use of biodiesel fuels to spread from Europe to North America, Ticona has introduced an acetal copolymer designed for sustained use with these new fuels at temperatures as high as 100[degrees]C.