isocyanate


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isocyanate

[¦ī·sō′sī·ə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
One of a group of neutral derivatives of primary amines; its formula is R‒N=C=O, where R may be an alkyl or aryl group; an example is 2,4-toluene diisocyanate.
Any compound containing the isocyanato functional group.
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Aliphatic isocyanates are known for excellent weathering properties and good overall properties.
These results could be attributed to a greater number of-NCO groups in the isocyanate prepolymer, which created more bonds between the unreacted NCO group and the hydroxyl group of wood in PB, resulting in an increase of IB strength (Kang 2001).
There were indications that the isocyanate resin performed better than PRF resin in bonding wood and bamboo and subsequently influenced the strength values of the glulam beams.
While studies under tropical conditions have not been reported, the few studies of brush/roller applications in temperate climates have either shown that airborne isocyanate concentrations are below the level of detection (0.
While we're not aware of any isocyanate hazard from handling CARC residue from sanding and grinding, there is a potential risk of heavy metals exposure.
DATA SOURCES: We reviewed the published animal and human literature on isocyanate skin-exposure methods, workplace skin exposure, skin absorption, and the role of skin exposure in isocyanate sensitization and asthma.
A new variable-displacement axial piston pump designed specifically for high-pressure pumping of polyol and isocyanate was introduced at NPE in Chicago by Bosch Rexroth Corp.
SDK) (TSE: 4004)(OTC: SHWDF) has developed a new grade of high-performance isocyanate monomer for precision surface treatment of liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and semiconductors.