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polyalcohol

[¦päl·ē′al·kə‚hȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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Owing to the expensive polyols materials of preparing WPU dispersions, polyalcohol from the glycolyzed products of PET wastes can be used to produce polyurethane products.
NPG is a unique polyalcohol offering superior performance advantages in many end-use applications, due to its high chemical and thermal stability.
(23) The increased polyol flux results from the increased enzymatic conversion of glucose to polyalcohol sorbitol, which in turn, reduces intracellular NADPH and glutathione concentrations.
They may be mineral oils, silicone oils, organic modified silicones, hydrophobic constant molecules (silica, waxes, higher fatty acid soaps, alcohols and fatty acids), emulsifiers, polyalcohol or alcohol derivatives of organic compounds.
Xylitol ([C.sub.5][H.sub.12][O.sub.5]) a five carbon sugar polyalcohol, is found in various fruits and some vegetables [28].
Xylitol is a polyalcohol derivative for xylose that does not induce dental caries.
Polyurethane 2-pack paints, when mixed, cure by the reaction of a polyalcohol in Part A with an isocyanate resin to form a urethane polymer (equation 1):
"Both our patients consumed large amounts of sorbitol, which belongs to the family of polyalcohol sugars, like mannitol and xylitol, some of which are regularly used as laxatives.
(13) Crosslink reaction of polyalcohol accelerated vulcanization for chlorosulfonated polyethylene.
POLYANDROUS no Andrews singing sis POLYGRAPHIC a birdy tattle-tale POLYSYLLABIC see Polyglottal POLYGRANTA a fondness for pomegranate seeds POLYALCOHOL booze for birds POLYCENTRIC a parrot turns into a penny POLYGON she flew away POLYGLOTTAL swears in many tongues POLYPHONOUS a birdy phone phreak POLYUNSATURATED never goes out in the rain POLYMORPHOUS a sleepy one, or shape shitter POLYCARBONATE the parrot ate the carbon copy POLYGENE cowboy singer Autry's parrot POLYNOMIAL she didn't get any food
It is a polyalcohol present in plants, fruits, and seaweeds.
Surface Treatment Pigment Inorganic Organic Grade 1 |Al.sub.2~|O.sub.3~ Polyalcohol Grade 2 |Al.sub.2~|O.sub.3~ Polyalcohol Grade 3 |Al.sub.2~|O.sub.3~(*) Polysiloxane A * Same amount as in Grade 2.