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aliphatic

(of an organic compound) not aromatic, esp having an open chain structure, such as alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes

aliphatic

[¦al·ə¦fad·ik]
(organic chemistry)
Of or pertaining to any organic compound of hydrogen and carbon characterized by a straight chain of the carbon atoms; three subgroups of such compounds are alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes.
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CURRENT ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBON RESINS MARKET PRICES 4.
As a means to investigate the curing behavior of EUDA TAG, a large number of commercial curing packages based on accelerated, aliphatic amines were formulated with the resin and evaluated by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC).
Infrared spectroscopy could be used to improve prediction of water repellency by relating amounts of aliphatic C to water repellency.
With the use of aliphatic polyketones, Dubois' performance problems were eliminated and the product was able to return to market.
The aliphatic units In copolyester B and C display a higher mobility, which results in the shorter relaxation time of the polymer chains, leading to a lower rate of thermal stress development within the same cooling time.
The Global and Chinese Aliphatic Isocyanates Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global aliphatic isocyanates industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.
50, comprised of a polysaccharide derivative selected from the group of esters or ethers of starch, cellulose, dextrin or a hemicellulose, wherein the substituent is selected from aromatic radicals having 6 to 18 carbon atoms, alicyclic groups having 6 to 12 carbon atoms and at least two conjugated unsaturated bonds, and linear or branched aliphatic hydrocarbyls having at least two conjugated unsaturated bonds, and mixtures of two or more, and wherein the polysaccharide is comprised, in addition to a first substituent comprised of the substituent with conjugated unsaturated bonds, a second substituent bonded by ester or ether bonds to the polysaccharide, wherein the second substituent is comprised of a hydrocarbyl radical derived from a C2-20 aliphatic group.
Patent 8,609,808 (December 17, 2013), "Biodegradable Aliphatic Polyester for Use in Nonwoven Webs," Aimin He and James H.
8,535,649 B2; Chanel Parfums Beaute, Neuilly sur Seine, France, has patented cosmetic composition comprising, in a physiologically acceptable medium, at least one anhydrous gel having a viscosity of at least 180,000 cP*s at 25[degrees]C, which includes at least one oil and at least one copolymer of styrene and at least one olefin other than styrene; at least one ester obtained from a saturated or unsaturated and linear or branched aliphatic acid or hydroxy acid having from 8 to 30 carbon atoms, a linear or branched diacid having from 12 to 36 carbon atoms, and glycerol or a glycerol condensate; and optionally at most 10% by weight of wax(es).
Although there are many different isocyanates, they normally fall into two categories-aromatic or aliphatic.
In addition, its combination of aliphatic building blocks, excellent pigment wetting and high bond strengths in packaging film laminates means this product can be used to formulate inks which pass sterilization and pasteurization treatments.