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alkoxy

[al′käk·sē]
(organic chemistry)
An alkyl radical attached to a molecule by oxygen, such as the ethoxy radical.
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Alkoxy silanes provide numerous benefits to coatings such as:
As previously mentioned, tin catalysts are utilized in alkoxy, acetoxy, and oximinosilane systems.
Also, there are no excess bands assigned for the alkoxy groups.
The co-ctystallizing agent is selected from the group consisting of fatty acid having a C16-22 alkyl, alkenyl, alkylaryl or alkoxy moiety; fatty alcohol having a C16-C22 alkyl, alkenyl, alkylaryl or alkoxy moiety; and mixtures thereof.
The new products are MS sealant, which is environment-friendly, polysulphide sealant and structural glazing alkoxy silicone sealant.
Its lower reactivity compared to trimethoxysilane could be explained by different influences of alkyl and alkoxy groups on the polarity and stability of the Si-H bond.
The photoreaction yields two transient species, an alkoxy radical and an aromatic radical cation.
A polysiloxane has a formula where each R1 is selected from alkyl, aryl and alkoxy groups having up to six carbon atoms, reactive glycidoxy groups and OSi(OR3)3 groups.
Alkoxy variants show better adhesion properties due to higher flexibility and less volume shrinkage.
However, this reduction in activity could be reversed by the replacement of the hydrogen atom of the hydroxyl group by an alkyl or alkoxy group, especially acetyl and methyl rests.