diol


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Synonyms for diol

any of a class of alcohols having 2 hydroxyl groups in each molecule

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Polycarbonate diol Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis
The average cell size of FPUFs reduced from 1034 to 766 pm with the increased Mw of polyether diol (Fig.
1988) reported the transformation of [beta]-myrcene (1) by Diplodia gossypina to yield three diols known as 2-methyl-6-methylene-7-octene-2,3-diol (2), 6-methyl-2-ethenyl-5-heptene-1,2-diol (3) and 7 methyl-3-methylene-6-octene-1,2-diol (4) (Scheme 1a).
This is a typical hot liquid casting of LF p-phenylene diisocyanate (PPDI) prepolymer with diol.
Poly(hexamethylene carbonate) diol (PHMCD) was produced using 1, 6-HDL and dimethyl carbonate [18].
Also as PEG was replaced with more and more of butane diol, the resulting gel absorbed less and less water.
Depending on the linear diol monomers used, the reaction was completed in 1-4 d.
Table 2--Physical Properties of Seed Oil and Comparative Polyols Polyol Hydroxyl Diol Brookfield [T.
A series of novel silicone-modified polyesters (SPE) were first prepared by substituting part of diol with low molecular weight hydroxyl-terminated PDMS using a method for synthesis of conventional polyester.
In terms of Kowalski's discussion on the ring opening polymerization mechanism of cyclic ester (22), PBA diol and purified Sn[(Oct).
The Dow Chemical Company introduced UNOXOL[TM] Diol and UCAR[TM] n-Alkyl Propionates oxygenated solvents.
Keywords: Defoamers, wetting agents, surface tension, waterborne, foam control, gemini surfactant, molecular defoamer, acetylenic diol, surface adsorption
Phenopol INCI: phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, propylparaben, ethylparaben, butylparaben, isobutylparaben, 2-bromo-2-nitropropane-1,3 diol, propylene glycol
Starting with these three basic raw materials, the diisocyanate can react with the OH-groups of the polymer diol and also with those of the chain extender.
Firemaster[R] 520 is a highly reactive, proprietary, bromine-containing diol for use with blowing agents in rigid polyurethane and polyisocyanurate (PIR) foam Firemaster 550 is a brominated non-BDE FR said to be efficient for low-density foams, offering better thermal stability and anti-scorch properties than chlorinated phosphate esters.