benzyl ether

benzyl ether

[′ben·zəl ′ē·thər]
(organic chemistry)
(C6H5CH2)2O A liquid unstable at room temperature; boiling point 295-298°C; used in perfumes and as a plasticizer for nitrocellulose. Also known as dibenzyl ether.
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Crodamol STS (Croda) (PPG-3 Benzyl ether myristate) 6.
Cumyl phenyl benzyl ether is said to be an effective processing aid for extrusion of styrenics, SAN, poP>'sulfones and phenylene oxide-based resins, as well as a compatibilizer for elasrorners in PS, nylon, polyester and ABS.
PPG-3 Benzyl Ether Myristate[5], one of Croda's patented emollient esters, has moisturization capabilities coupled with phenomenal skin spreading.
Isophthalonitrile (TCI, Japan, 98%) and benzyl ether (Aldrich, 99%) as an internal standard material were used as a reactant.
Cleavage of ferulate ester cross-links contributes to the alkaline solubility of both types of lignin, but, unlike normal lignins, coniferaldehyde lignins have high solubility because they do not form alkali-stable benzyl ether cross-links with structural polysaccharides via quinone methide intermediates (Grabber et al.
A benzyl ether wins out over a bulky triisopropyl silyl (TIPS) ether, and an unprotected alcohol trumps a benzyl ether (Figure 1).
cocoate (&) PPG-3 benzyl ether myristate (&) polysorbate
Cumyl phenyl benzyl ether is said to be an effective processing aid for extrusion of styrenics, SAN, poly-sulfones and phenylene oxide-based resins, as well as a compatibilizer for elastomers in PS, nylon, polyester and ABS.
Cumyl phenyl benzyl ether is said to be an effective processing aid for extrusion of styrenics, SAN, polysulfones and phenylene oxide-based resins, as well as a eompatibilizer for elastomers in PS, nylon, polyester and ABS.
and) ethylhexyl cocoate (and) PPG-3 benzyl ether myristate
PPG-3 Benzyl Ether Myristate [6], one of Croda's patented emollient esters, has moisturization capabilities coupled with phenomenal skin spreading.