diamine


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diamine

[′dī·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
Any compound containing two amino groups.
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The type of diamine used as a bridge which joins two chromophore systems exerts a significant influence on the dye affinity to cellulose fibers.
The grafted MWNTs were obtained through the acid-amine reaction between the hexamethylene diamine and opened MWNTs by utilizing a modified method based on the studies of Chen et al.
MANUFACTURERS AND TRADERS OF DIMETHYL THIO-TOLUENE DIAMINE (INCLUDING CONTACT DETAILS)
It is a three step reaction, which involves reaction of 2-hydroxybenzaldehyde with 2, 2- dimethylpropane-1, 3- diamine, reduction of azomethane (C=N) bond and at last condensation of the reduced azomethane with dione to obtain the desired product.
The first number refers to the diamine and the second one refers to the diacid.
Chemicals company Albemarle Corp (NYSE:ALB) said on Tuesday that the company will launch sales of ETHACURE 90, a new aliphatic diamine chain extender for aliphatic and aromatic formulations in sprayed and hand-applied coatings, in November 2010.
Key statement: The present invention relates to a rubber composition containing a diene based elastomer reinforced with rubber reinforcing carbon black and/or silica which contains an antidegradant comprised of N-1,3-dimethyl-butyl-N'-phenyl-p-phenylene diamine (6-PPD) together with a dispersion of a methyl isobutyl ketone (M1BK)-adsorbing activated carbon.
At least one of the two or more polyimide film layers is obtained by imidizing a polyamic acid obtained from the reaction of at least one aromatic diamine containing 1-100 mol percent of carboxy-4,4'-diaminobiphenyl of Formula 1: m and n represent integers of four or less, including 0, and (m+n) is an integer of one or greater, and at least one aromatic tetracarboxylic dianhydride or a derivative thereof.
In this study, we synthesized PUFs from 4,4'-diphenylmethane diisocyanate (PMDI) and polypropylene glycols (PPG), which were prepared from four different types of initiators such as sorbitol and its combinations with toluene diamine (TDA), ethylene diamine (EDA), and sucrose/ glycerin.
They demonstrate reactivities similar to those of corresponding free-monomer stripped 2,4-TDI prepolymers when extended with diamine co-reactants such as MbOCA and MCDEA, thereby producing polyurethaneurea elastomers with comparable physical properties.
The Flintshire-based company has established itself as the world's leading manufacturer of tetra acetyl ethylene diamine, an oxygen-based bleaching system for the detergent and biocide industries.
Unscrupulous tattooists are mixing the henna with a chemical called paraphenylene diamine.