isocyanato group

isocyanato group

[¦ī·sō·sī′an·ə‚tō ‚grüp]
(organic chemistry)
A functional group (‒N=C‒O) which forms isocyanates by replacing the hydrogen atom of a hydrocarbon.
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The molecule of Karenz AOI(TM) contains not only an isocyanato group, which easily binds to various materials, but also an acrylic group, which has copolymerizability and photo/thermo-curing.
As illustrated in Figure 4, a hyperbranched polymer was prepared using 2 and a polypropylene glycol whose chain was functionalized on each end by an isocyanato group as the starting materials.