methyl styrene

methyl styrene

[′meth·əl ′stī‚rēn]
(organic chemistry)
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High-heat impact modifiers--Blendex 702 and Blendex 703 are impact modifiers based on alpha methyl styrene.
The non-acrylic product, based on alpha methyl styrene, has been shown to perform better than conventional acrylic processing aids by allowing lower temperature processing, higher throughput, and better impact performance.
Even more impressive 'high heat' grades were achieved by incorporating alpha methyl styrene as a comonomer.
3M Innovative Properties Company has obtained a patent for a latex paint composition comprising a polymer having interpolymerized units that comprise units derived from styrene, methyl styrene, vinyl, or combinations thereof and units derived from one or more acrylates, methacrylates, acrylonitrile, or combinations thereof, hiding pigment, non-cellulosic thickener, and at least about 0.
Plans by European Vinyls Corporation to increase its stocks of alpha methyl styrene from three tonnes to 10 tonnes have been approved by Vale of Glamorgan councillors.
With the increased amount of alpha methyl styrene, there will be a total of 4,055 tonnes of hazardous chemicals stored at the plant.
In his new position, Taylor will relocate to JLM's Tampa, Florida headquarters where he will manage the firm's phenol, alpha methyl styrene and acetophenone sales activities.
As a result, Aristech's capacity to produce acetone and alpha methyl styrene (AMS) will also be expanded.
Blendex 702 and Blendex 703 high-heat impact modifiers based on alpha methyl styrene are used to upgrade PVC compounds and other polymers having marginal service-temperature performance.
It also produces acetone, alpha methyl styrene, acetophenone, and cumene hydroperoxide.
Blendex 702 and Blendex 703 are high-heat impact modifiers based on alpha methyl styrene and are used to upgrade PVC compounds and other polymers having marginal service temperature performance.
High-heat impact modifiers - Blendex 702 and Blendex 703 are impact modifiers based on alpha methyl styrene.