urea resin

urea resin

[yu̇′rē·ə ′rez·ən]
(organic chemistry)
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Examples include a phenolic, an epoxy, a melamine, and a urea resin.
For instance, in the late 1940s and early 1950s, various fortified UF resins were developed by simply incorporating various portions of melamine resin or resorcinol to improve the durability of hot-press urea resin glue bonds in plywood (Lecher 1946, Blomquist and Olson 1955).
At the Institute, he set up the organic chemical department, which specialized in plastics and produced a foamed urea resin, perhaps the first of the lightweight foamed plastics.
Typically, a substrate that has been shaped on a CNC router becomes the core of a sandwich covered top and bottom with veneer sheets, to which PVA or urea resin glue has been applied.
In this regard, the increasing amount of the CWO/pMDI prepolymer increased the amount of the--NCO group, which consequently reacted with various chemical species in the urea resin.
They can produce 6,000 t/y of phenol resin, 500 t/y of melamine resin and 800 t/y of urea resin.
TECHNICAL INFO: Urea is a nitrogen-containing fertiliser widely used for its high nitrogen content (80% of the urea produced is intended for this purpose, 20% for urea resins or adhesives).
Contract award: delivery of durable and non-durable foams for the prevention of mining to khw sa (cpv: 24322400-1 phenols and derivatives, 24570000-0 urea resins, in primary forms, 24500000-9 plastics of primary forms) within 12 months from the date of the contract.
They can produce 6,000 t/y of phenol resins, 500 t/y of melamine resins and 800 t/y of urea resins.
Figure 3 represents the effect of temperature on the refractive index of methylol urea resins.
Methylol containing urea resins should be used in condensation with resorcinol (11).