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polyether

[′päl·ē‚ē·thər]
(organic chemistry)
Any compound whose molecular structure contains linked ethers, R‒O‒R′, where R and R′ represent functional groups.
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Nissan et al explained that this expansion was due to the environmental factors as the polyether material (Impregum) expanded during storage.
Europe is the global leader in the consumption of polyether ether ketone (PEEK) and this dominance is expected to continue till 2020.
The Asia-Pacific polyether polyol is analyzed in order to acquire an idea about the current proceedings in the industry at commercial level.
Samples 2 and 4-6 reduced the molecular weight of polyether diol to achieve increasing crosslink density.
We have analysed the genes of six other organisms that produce similar polyether drugs and we are now confident that the biosynthetic strategy we have uncovered is also used by these organisms.
Boone cites the work of Chem Link Advanced Architectural Products (Schoolcraft, MI) in developing and popularizing the use of polyether compounds throughout the United States and the development of a variety of products that address assorted adhesive and sealant requirements throughout the building envelope.
Getting tissue as dry as possible is key: But, even if the tissue isn't completely dry, Impregum polyether is still able to make a great impression.
Arkema says the acquisition is part of its strategy to expand in performance materials, which include Kynar PVdF, AItuglas PMMA, various Rilsan performance nylons, Pebax polyether block amide thermoplastic elastomer and Nanostrength and Graphistrength nanostructured materials.
It reportedly gives better green strength and dimensional stability to polyether and polyester foams than other halogenated FRs or unmodified foams.
K brevis produces at least nine structurally related polyether brevetoxins (PbTxs; Baden 1989; Baden et al.
Composed of perfluoro polyether, a highly chemically stable synthetic oil, Molykote HP-300 and HP-500 greases are exceptionally stable in the presence of chemicals, and insoluble in solvents and oils, with the exception of fluorinated solvents.