epichlorohydrin


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epichlorohydrin

[¦ep·ə‚klȯr·ə′hī·drən]
(organic chemistry)
C3H5OCl A colorless, unstable liquid, insoluble in water; used as a solvent for resins.
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During the synthesis of target molecule (BHAC), the succinic acid reacts with epichlorohydrin at the first step with the molar ratio of 1:2.
Meanwhile, epichlorohydrin (2-3 wt% of the granule weight) was sprayed at regular time intervals of 20 min for 2 h as crosslinker.
The Epichlorohydrin market report studies and forecasts the ECH market till 2017.
o-Phenyldiamine, epichlorohydrin, Mn(II), Cu(II), Co(II), and Zn(II) chloride (Sigma Aldrich) were used without further purification.
Jacobs' scope also includes cost-estimate preparation and project-management support for Jana's new epichlorohydrin plant, to be built at the same site in Jubail.
The infrared spectrum of epichlorohydrin cross-linked chitosan was rather similar to that of chitosan (Fig.
The ISBL services involve debottlenecking of their existing epichlorohydrin plant to achieve increased capacity, and the OSBL services cover all utilities and the tankage area.
7m) via its Thai unit Vinythai (BAK:VNT) in a epichlorohydrin plant in Thailand.
Other research projects have stated that too much caffeine can lead to sleep disorders, and that epichlorohydrin, a chemical found in tea bags and coffee filters, is carcinogenic.
TPLa[euro](tm)s other activities are in Epichlorohydrin (ECH) and Caustic Soda and Chlorine.
The polyesters can be used with wet-strength chemicals such as polyamide epichlorohydrin to strengthen paper while maintaining its capability of being repulped.
An ability to handle difficult raw materials such as epichlorohydrin, methyl chloride, hydrogen sulfide also distinguishes InChem as a highly capable provider of custom manufacturing.