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vinyl

1. of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group of atoms CH2CH-
2. of, consisting of, or made of a vinyl resin
3. any vinyl polymer, resin, or plastic, esp PVC
4. (collectively) conventional records made of vinyl as opposed to compact discs

vinyl

Any of various tough, flexible plastics made from polyvinyl resin. See also: Plexiglas

vinyl

A thermoplastic compound made from polymerized vinyl chloride, vinylide chloride, or vinyl acetate; includes some plastics made from styrene and other chemicals.
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"Because that shop was getting so busy and because vinyl was taking over the shop and we were getting a lot of people come in for it, we needed more space.
But while sales of vinyls have been growing in the Philippines, Fonacier believes that the market remains small, considering the price of P1,000 for a record.
I get a lot of people who have never stopped using vinyls and are just really pleased to have another shop in the area to buy them at."
TOF trioctyl phosphate used as a plasticizer for vinyls and synthetic rubbers.
Usually, sheet vinyls are cemented with adhesive applied to the entire floor surface.
Advastab TM-2080 high-performance is an FDA-compliant stabilizer for rigid vinyl in food-contact applications.
The study "2000 world vinyls analysis" includes technology analysis, supply/demand forecasts along with trade and price forecasts.
Company's Mesamoll plasticizer based on an alkyl sulfonic ester of a phenol is said to have excellent compatibility with PVC, resulting in flexible vinyls with good mechanical, thermal and electrical properties.
* PX 209 di-isononyladipate - for low-temperature vinyl film food wrap.
Currently, nine EEC nations either have proposed or enacted laws that will curtail vinyl's use in packaging both food and nonfood items.
* PX 209 di-isononyladipate--for low-temperature vinyl film food wrap.
It's a bit predictable, but those willing to spend on vinyl were, across the board, more into music than the general population.