polycarboxylic

polycarboxylic

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(organic chemistry)
Prefix for a compound containing two or more carboxyl (‒COOH) groups.
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Aliphatic polycarboxylic acid, polymer with alicyclic polyhydric alcohol and polyoxyalkylene (generic) when used as an additive for a polymer.
The polyfunctional building blocks are mainly chosen from polycarboxylic acids and esters, vegetable oils, polyisocyanates, or other materials capable of reacting with hydroxyl groups.
quaternary ammonia salts and alkylpolyamines (cationic) or polycarboxylic acids and sulfonated organic substances (anionic).
In addition, Saudi Arabia is gravitating towards concrete of higher durability, which has led to a growing demand for admixtures based on polycarboxylic ethers (PCEs).
Optimization of cotton crosslinking with polycarboxylic acids and nano Ti[O.
l6]: a precursor for straightforward preparation of highly water-soluble polycarboxylic fullerene derivatives active against HIV," Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, vol.
In order to promote the NS or SF particles homogeneously dispersing in all mixes, a polycarboxylic superplasticizer (SP) with relative density of 1.
Saudi Arabia is also gravitating towards concrete of higher durability, which has led to a growing demand for admixtures based on polycarboxylic ethers (PCEs).
BYK-P[R] 104S is a commercial liquid additive containing low molecular weight unsaturated polycarboxylic acid polymer.
Imports of Polycarboxylic Acids has grew month on month basis by 14.
Coordination of lanthanides by two polyamino polycarboxylic macrocycles: formation of highly stable lanthanide complexes, Inorg.
A polycarboxylic ether based high range water reduction agent was used at 0.