azelate

azelate

[′az·əl‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt of azelaic acid, for example, sodium azelate.
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During the synthesis of the disodium azelate, there was the formation of a soluble salt.
Although ZHN have nitrate available to be exchanged and in CHN, nitrate anions are grafted to the layers, we supposed that in the anionic exchange reactions of both LHSs, nitrate anions were replaced by the desired anions (stearate, myristate, azelate, or PEG[monolaurate]).
Two series of basal reflections are showed in the XRD patterns for CHN(azelate) indirect (basal spacing of 14.6 [Angstrom] and 13 [Angstrom]) and ZHA (zinc hydroxide azelate) direct (basal spacing of 16.7 [Angstrom] and 11.9 [Angstrom]).
For ZHN indirect, the samples containing stearate, myristate and azelate showed decomposition temperatures close to 517[degrees]C (char residue of 18.8%), 493[degrees]C (char residue of 39.4%), and 456[degrees]C (char residue of 46.4%), respectively.
Potential options include polyalphaolefins (PAO) or ester base stocks, such as adipate or azelate esters.
Even the most efficient anodic inhibitors, such as lead azelate and chromates, are not capable of maintaining passivation where the concentration of aggressive ions such as chloride ions is greater than about [10.sup.-3] M.
Marketing manager Robert Braw says, "Plastolein 9785 is an extremely good low temperature polymeric typical of azelate polyesters, but priced competitively with adipates.
Scandiflex do Brasil manufactures a diversified line of polymeric and monomeric plasticizers, including phthalates, adipates, citrates, maleates, sebacates, azelates and trimellitates for a variety of end-use applications such as paint, varnishes, films, calendering, adhesives, wire and cables, toys, packaging, plastics, rubber, textile, plastisols, products for hospitals and veterinary use and for crop protection, the company said.
Line includes adipates, azelates, benzoates, maleates, oleates, phthalates, sebacates and tallates.
Available additives include adipates, azelates, benzoates, chlorinated paraffins, phosphate esters, phthalates, polymerics, sebacates and specialty additives.
An experienced technical and sales staff can assist in plasticizer selection to meet customers' needs with adipates, azelates, benzoates, chlorinated paraffins, monoesters, petroleum process oils, phosphate esters, phthalates, polymerics, sebacates and specialty materials, according to the company.
Line includes adipates, azelates, beazoates, maleates, oleates, phthalates, sebacates and tallates.