glycidol


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glycidol

[′glis·ə‚dȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C3H6O2 A colorless, liquid epoxide that boils at 162°C and is miscible with water; used in organic synthesis. Also known as epihydrin alcohol.
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N, /V'-methylenebisacrylamide [NNMBA, China Medicine (Group) Shanghai Chemical Reagent Corporation, China, CP] and trihydroxymethyl propane glycidol ether (6360, Wuxi Wells Synthetic Material Co.
Nevertheless, there is no maximum level of glycidol in food products.
To obtain coatings with good flexibility, several GC resins were synthesized using linear and cycloaliphatic diisocyanates and a combination of diols and triol with glycidol.
GC functional resins are synthesized by the reaction of an isocyanate functional compound with glycidol to yield a carbamate (urethane) linkage (-NHCO-) and reactive epoxy group.
According to the media reports, Econa contained from 10 to 182 times the amount of glycidol fatty acid esters found in regular cooking oils.
Any hyperbranched polymer is useful, but hyperbranched polyglycidols or hyperbranched copolymers of glycidol and other epoxides are preferred.
It is is prepared by a process that includes reacting an oligomeric or polymeric polyisocyanate with a member selected from the group consisting of glycidol, allyl amine and allyl alcohol.
This catalyst is utilized in many industrial processes, including the manufacture of S- and R-glycidol; glycidol is used to produce-blockers which are used as heart medicines.
Dunnick, Elwell, Huff, and Barrett (1995) reported that 1,2-dibromoethane, 1,2-dicloroethane, glycidol, and sulfallate caused mammary-gland neoplasms in both male and female rats and mice.
Glycidyl carbamate functional oligomers were synthesized by the reaction of polyfunctional isocyanate oligomers and glycidol.
Toxicology and Carcinogenesis Studies of Glycidol (CAS No.
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