glycol ester

glycol ester

[′glī‚kȯl ′es·tər]
(organic chemistry)
Chemical compound composed of the reaction products of a glycol, Cn H2 n (OH)2, and an organic acid; an example is ethylene glycol diacetate, the product of ethylene glycol and acetic acid.
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and the pearlescent agent comprises mono- and di-fatty acid ethylene glycol ester having a weight ratio ranging from about 1:2 to about 2:1.
An isocyanate crosslinkable high hardness polyurethane rubber first was developed by Bayer AG in Germany in the early 1960s, but processing and performance problems due to its simple diethylene glycol ester base did not make it very suitable for high performance roller applications.
Also under the polar-specialty group is a group made up of polyethylene glycol ester and ether compounds.
These are further segmented as lecithin, sorbitan ester, stearoyl lactylates, polyglycerol esters, mono, di-glycrides & derivatives, and other emulsifiers such as polyglycerol polyricinoleate (PGPR) and propylene glycol esters.
Migrating antistatic agents are the key; they include ethoxylated alkylamines, ethoxylated dialkylamines, fatty acid esters, polyethylene glycol esters, polyglycerol esters, glycidyl ester, alkyl sulfonates, pentaerythritol esters, sorbitan esters, and diethanol amides of fatty acids.
Ester-based plasticizers include benzoates, isophthalates, adipates, phthalates, citrates, trimellitates and various glycol esters of aliphatic acids.
Melnick's research has advanced the understanding of the toxicity of widely used industrial chemicals such as butadiene, isoprene and glycol esters as well as drinking water disinfection by-products such as chloroform.
Preparation of Glycol Esters of Soybean Oil Fatty Acids and Their Potential as Coalescent Aids in Paint Formulations," J.