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PVAc

(organic chemistry)
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Gas transport through PVAc is based on the differences in adsorption kinetics of different gases present in the gaseous mixture.
In addition to PVAc, other intrinsically insulating polymers like Nafion [179] were also investigated for TE properties.
Spectroscopic techniques work particularly well when determining total carotenoid content and thus particularly useful when analyzing samples containing the majority pVACs. However, in samples containing a complex mix of carotenoids including both pVAC and non-pVACs, as in maize, this complicates the analysis as the absorption maxima is a similar wavelength region for all carotenoids.
The company will start trading under the trading symbol 'PVAC'.
For example PVAC, acrylics, elastomers and polyurethane (PUR) count among them.
Polyvinylacetate polymer (referred in the paper as PVAc) was purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Company.
[6] studied the addition of poly vinyl acetals (PVAL) and polyvinyl acetates (PVAC) as a preventing agent of the agglomerating of powdered urea-formaldehyde resins.
molesta to nanofibers containing synthetic sex pheromone in field conditions; v) quantify the pheromone in PVAc and PCL nanofibers by gas chromatography and; vi) determine the morphology of the nanofibers produced by scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
Dauer and Dunlop investigated super- paramagnetic Fe3O4 (magnetite) prepared by the chemical co-precipitation method coated with polyvinyl acetate (PVAC) to form MPA of magnetite- PVAC (M-PVAC) via the suspension polymerization with vinyl acetate (VAC) [69].