terpolymer

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terpolymer

[¦tər′päl·i·mər]
(organic chemistry)
A polymer that contains three distinct monomers; for example, acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene terpolymer, ABS.
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In this article, a series of porous terpolymers with different degrees of crosslinking (the porous terpolymers with degrees of crosslinking 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 65% defined as TEP-30, TEP-40, TEP-50, TEP-60 and TEP-65) were synthesized by suspension polymerization.
Ethylene terpolymers provide impact resistance over a broad temperature range, particularly at low temperatures, for various thermoplastics.
The propylene in the copolymers and terpolymers constitute more than 50%, by weight, of such copolymers and terpolymers.
Merquat[R] Plus 3330/Merquat[R] Plus 3331/Merquat[R] 3333 Patented terpolymers, highly compatible with anionics; gives light conditioning benefits to hair and moisturization and silky feel to skin.
The Hochberg study concluded that the most important dispersants from a market value viewpoint are the acrylate polymers and terpolymers, naphthalene sulfonate condensate, hydrocarbons such as [C.
The two series of terpolymers mentioned above were absolute block or multiblock terpolymers with syndiotactic St-St segments and high [T.
Three AEM terpolymers composed of methyl acrylate, ethylene and an acid cure site monomer were selected for the evaluation (table 3).
Company's toughening technologies involve ethylene terpolymers, ionomers, and grafted polyolefins.
Clariant will incorporate into its production, among others, a line of elastomeric terpolymers and new alternatives for emulsions to solvent varnishes and enamels.
Winning in the Thermoplastic category was "Thermal Transitions and Rheology of PolypropyleneEthylene-Based Terpolymers," by Abdelhadi Sahnoune, Cesar A.
Merquat[R] 2001/Merquat[R] 2001N--Patented terpolymers designed for superior hair detangling; lessens artificial hair color fading from shampooing; provides light to moderate conditioning; recommended for improving wet hair properties.
Chemically these terpolymers are primarily based on modified styrene and acrylic monomers, which in the presence of organic fluids swell like small sponges to form micro-gels.