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Petersen, H, Fischer, K, Klug, H, Trimborn, W, "Preparation of Curable Etherified Aminoplast Resins and of Surface Coating Resins.
has been granted a patent for a starch-based coating composition comprised of a naturally derived resin and a resin composition obtained by reacting a starch and/or a starch that has been esterified, etherified, oxidized, acid treated or dextrinated or modified by comprising one or more groups selected from the group consisting of aliphatic saturated hydrocarbon groups, aliphatic unsaturated hydrocarbon groups, and aromatic hydrocarbon groups, which are bonded by ester bonds and/or ether bonds to the starch or to a decomposition product of a starch that has been processed by a low molecularization treatment with an enzyme, acid or oxidizing agent, with a compound containing an isocyanate group obtained by reacting a polyisocyanate compound and a polyhydric alcohol.
Huang, Y, Jones, FN, "Synthesis of Crosslinkable Acrylic Latexes by Emulsion Polymerization in the Presence of Etherified Melamine-Formaldehyde (MF) Resins.
Subsequently, wood etherified with alkyl halides (Tokiwa Industry Ltd), wood inorganic composites (Matsushita Denko Ltd), and oligo-esterified wood products (Okura Industry Ltd) were commercialized in Japan.
Mixed etherified melamine resins Highly alkylated melamine resins Alkylated high imino melamine resins
Table 3: Solid-state NMR (13)C chemical shifts and assignment Chemical shift (ppm) Assignment (37) Celluloses 63 C-6 noncrystalline cellulose 66 C-6 interior or crystalline cellulose 72, 74 C-2,3,5 glucose units in cellulose 84 C-4 noncrystalline cellulose 89 C-4 interior or crystalline cellulose 105 C-1 glucose units in cellulose Lignin 134 C-1 of guaiacyl groups 148 C-3 of free phenolic groups 148 C-3 and C-4 guaiacyl groups 152 C-4 of etherified guaiacyl groups
The glycerin recovered from the transesterification reaction is etherified with methanol, ethanol or butanol using another proprietary heterogeneous catalyst.
The polymers have terminal hydroxyl groups and, optionally, are partly or completely etherified with C1-C4-alkanols.