alkylene

alkylene

[′al·kə‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
An organic radical formed from an unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbon; for example, the ethylene radical C2H3‒.
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Duke developed ozone reactive polymers based on substituted or unsubstituted alkylene polymers and their salts.
petroleum derived alkylene oxides--Eric Lind, Vantage Specialty Chemicals
During the drafting process, describing and protecting alternatives is where the inventor's knowledge of the invention is critical--what is the length of the alkylene chain such that the surfactant still retains activity?
Manufactured by the Japanese company Tokai Optical, this material, which has the ingredient Alkylene Sulfide Polymer, is currently the highest available refractive index plastic, and is supplied by several UK laboratories.
The NGL/olefins mixture will fractionated into ethane-ethylene, propane, polymer-grade propylene, normal butane, an alkylene feed and condensate, according to reports.
Honeywell's formulation incorporates an aromatic triazole such as tolyltriazole with an additive made up of an alkylene oxide base polymer and an unsaturated grafting acid.
Polymer quenchants, such as PAG (poly alkylene glycol)based fluids, have been used for many years to provide improved distortion control and cracking in various heat-treating operations.
Based on reaction products of selected aliphatic alcohols plus controlled levels of alkylene oxides.
In other technical presentations, George Totten, Union Carbide, discussed the effects and controls required when using polyethylene alkylene glycol in an aluminum heat treating quenchant bath.
3] [49] >45%,~7O% amylose [50-52] Starch ester, modified with alkylene oxide [53] Poly(ethylene-co-acrylic acid), poly(ethylene-vinyl [54, 55] alcohol), [Na.