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triacetate

[trī′as·ə‚tāt]
(textiles)
A fiber manufactured from cellulose acetate in which 92% or more of the hydroxyl groups are acetylated.
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1A shows the selected ion mass spectra for unlabeled and labeled glycerol triacetate derivative.
Wellstat Therapeutics Corporation announced today that it has granted Named Patient supply rights and an option to obtain marketing rights in the European Union for the company's investigational drug uridine triacetate to the specialist healthcare company BTG International Inc.
Glycerol triacetate (GTA) used as plasticizer was purchased from Emery Oleochemicals GmbH (Dusseldorf, Germany) as technical grade.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of D-Panthenyl Triacetate
Panthenyl triacetate (PTA) and naringenin also soothe skin and reduce the look of redness, while botanical cork oak extract and polyimide-1 improve the look of skin's firmness.
For DNA analysis, deoxydenosine may be converted to its aldonitrile triacetate derivative by reaction with hydroxylamine/pyridine (1% wt/vol, 100[degrees]C, 45 min) followed by acetic anhydride (room temperature).
Three ovens are optimal for biaxial film development in general, but are required to stretch some specialty materials like PLA, cyclic olefin copolymers, PVOH, polyimide, PTFE, and triacetate.
It is a panchromatic film with claimed sensitivity suitable for ruby, krypton, HeNe, YAG, Argon and He-Cd lasers (see graph on page 8), and will be available in standard holographic film sizes up to 1 m wide rolls, all on a triacetate base.
13-1 Solubility Testing of Acetate and Triacetate Fibers
Among notable gainers, Fuji Photo Film jumped 150 yen to 3,010 yen on a news report Tuesday that the company plans to boost output of triacetate cellulose film, a material for making polarizing filters used in liquid crystal displays.
Celanese and Milliken are teaming up to bring triacetate fabrics to the U.
Most plasticizers based on diphenyl phosphate or glyceryl triacetate have proven themselves in most metallic ink systems.