Pimelic

Pi`mel´ic

    (pĭ`mĕl´ĭk)
a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or designating, a substance obtained from certain fatty substances, and subsequently shown to be a mixture of suberic and adipic acids.
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13] reported that the combination of pimelic acid and calcium stearate fillers improved the notched impact strength over the unloaded iPP/EPR blend at the expense of both the tensile strength at yield and flexural modulus.
and pimelic acid), is the common method to obtain high [beta]-phase content in iPP (20, 22, 23, 26, 27, 30).
changed the [alpha]-nuclcating ability of inontmorillonite (MMT) by chemical surface modification using pimelic aid (HA) as a [beta]-nucleulor (28).
sodium benzoate, talcum, dimethyl dibenzylsorbitol, and a combination of calcium stearate and pimelic acid) on mechanical properties of heterophasic isotactic polypropylene/ethylene--propylene rubber blend.
1 wt% of a bicomponent nucleator consisting of equal parts of pimelic acid and calcium stearate.
In the early 1990s, a new and very efficient [beta]-phase nucleating agent, composed of a mixture of pimelic acid and calcium stearate, was proposed and patented (34-36).
The [beta]-phase nucleation agent (NA) in a form of a powder mixture of pimelic acid (PA) and calcium stearate (CS), with a constant ratio of both components (1:1) was used.
A known [beta] nucleator is a calcium salt of pimelic acid [36].
Recently, a composition of pimelic acid with calcium stearate (47, 48) was patented as a most efficient [Beta] nucleator.
Such [Beta]-nucleator consists of equal amounts of pimelic acid and calcium stearate.