To understand complexation in the aqueous phase, the distribution ratio of the [M(en).sub.2] and [M(en).sub.3] [[(en).sub.2] = ethylene diamine and [(en).sub.3] = trimethylene
diamine] species in the aqueous phase about each metal ion before extraction, using the formation constant with ethylene di and triamine, was calculated.
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Dervish: GORE[R] SYNECOR Biomaterial is a unique combination of a dense, monofilament PTFE knit and a bioabsorbable copolymer scaffold comprised of polyglycolic acid (PGA) and trimethylene
carbonate (TMC) on the parietal surface, and a PGA / TMC nonporous film on the visceral surface.
terephthalate) (or polypropylene terephthalate) produced from corn sugar is a candidate replacement for PET.
The suitability of poly trimethylene
carbonate (TMC) for the preparation of biomedical implants has also been evaluated .
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terephthalate)/multi-walled carbon nanotube composites," Composites Science and Technology, Vol.
Polyglyconate: Monofilament bir sutur olup glycolic asit ve trimethylene
karbonatin 2:1 oranindaki bir kopolimeridir.
The V-Loc 180 absorbable wound closure device was prepared from a copolymer of glycolic acid and trimethylene
carbonate and consisted of a barbed absorbable thread armed with a surgical needle at one end and a loop end effector at the other (Fig.
DuPont's Susterra PDO is produced in a joint venture with sugar giant Tate & Lyle and is also used in the company's Hytrel polyester elastomer, and to make its Sorona poly(trimethylene
Synthesis and characterization of a novel unsaturated polyester based on poly (trimethylene
At least one of the components consists of the single filament polytrimethylene terephthalate containing repeating units of trimethylene
terephthalate of 90 mol % or more.
The fiber is poly(trimethylene
terephthalate) (PTT) and has the tradename Corterra[R].
Poly(ethylene terephthalate) PET, poly(trimethylene
terephthalate) PTT and poly(butylene terephthalate) PBT are all polyesters of which partially bio-based varieties exist commercially, by the replacement of the diol.
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