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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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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.
For the polyester-based composites, both the first and the second weight loss stages are increased in comparison with those of the polyether-based composites, due to the fact that the mobility of molecular chains of the polyester TPU is lower than that of the polyether TPU.
Modified immunoassays for polyether toxins: implications of biological markers, metabolic states, and epitope recognition.
China's demand for polyether polyols has grown at a fast pace in the past decade.
The Polyether Imide industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.
As compared to the polyurethanes obtained with polyether or polyester, due to the higher molar attraction constant of the carbonate groups, the polyurethanes prepared with polycarbonate diol can be a feasible alternative for improving the mechanical properties and increase the hydrolytic stability, imparting additionally good elastomeric properties and adequate behavior at low temperature [7,8] (Figure 1).
To study the effect of polyol chemical nature and viscosity on fillers dispersion, we prepared both polyether based- and polyether-polyester (20:80 weight ratio) based- foams; polyester-based foams were not studied because of their unsuitable physical-mechanical characteristics.
The water-based ink absorbing material includes a water absorbing agent and polyurethane resin synthesized by using polyether polyol including polyethylene oxide.
The arms are polyether side chains, and the suckers are oxygen atoms that can bind to other substances.
com/research/9s5gw3/china_polyether) has announced the addition of the "China Polyether Monomer (MPEG/APEG/TPEG) Industry Report, 2011-2012" report to their offering.
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