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ethoxy

[e′thäk·sē]
(organic chemistry)
The C2H5O-radical from ethyl alcohol. Also known as ethyoxyl.
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However, the carbon peak in the EDS spectrum of silanized surface suggested that some APTES molecules retain their ethoxy groups, which lead to further vertical polymerization by increasing soaking time (Fig.
The values were evaluated on the basis of a standard curve by using 1, 1, 3, 3-tetra ethoxy pro pane (TEP).
Ethoxylation is a synthesis process that adds ethoxy linkages into a molecule using ethylene oxide under high temperature and pressure with catalysts promoting the reaction.
Replacement of an ethoxy group by isopropyl in the silane, and particularly the substitution of alkyl groups in the Grignard reagent, leads to a decrease in rate constants by more than two powers of ten.
Many of these compounds were separately cyclized with acid to the expected N-carboalkoxypyrazole that included methoxy, ethoxy, tert-butoxy, and benzyloxy ester groups.
Five novel PAQ polymers have been synthesized from p-benzoquinone and monosubstituted p-benzoquinone such as methyl-p-benzoquinone and phenylp-benzoquinone and aliphatic diamines such as 2-butyl-2-ethyl-1.5-pentanediamine, 1,4-bis(3-aminopropoxy)butane and l,2-bis(2-amino ethoxy)ethane using methylene chloride as solvent.
Those normally used in coating of glass fibers are tetrafunctional molecules of the formula YR'--Si|(OR).sub.3~; they usually contain, at the central silicon atom, three methoxy or ethoxy groups that are converted by hydrolysis into Si--OH groups.
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TMH molecules contain two aromatic rings, namely ethoxy phenyl, methoxy benzene-1-sulfonamide and tetrahydroisoquinoline rings, in which greater numbers of n electrons were available to put on view of fluorescence.
has patented a cleaning composition that contains at least one adhesion promoter, which comprises a compound including an alkyl residual having an alkyl chain length of 16 to 30 carbon atoms and a polyethoxy residual having 25 to 45 ethoxy groups; at least one surfactant selected from the group consisting of anionic, nonionic, cationic, amphoteric, zwitterionic and combinations thereof (wherein the formula includes at least one nonionic surfactant, which can serve all or in part as anadhesion promoter); a non-polar hydrocarbon; water; and at least one solvent.
The SIVATE A610 activated amine silane reacts with more than three times as many hydroxyl groups as conventional ethoxy silanes and has a reaction speed more than 100 times faster than conventional silanes, providing immediate adhesion.