polyether

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pol·y·e·ther

 (pŏl′ē-ē′thər)
n.
A polymer in which the repeating unit contains two carbon atoms linked by an oxygen atom.
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7]--OH being split off, the molar ratio of the alkyl polyethers [R.
Jeffcat DM-70 for flexible polyethers, polyesters, and HR molded foams offer high reactivity, good surface cure, and low odor.
1995; Pierce and Kirkpatrick 2001), which are lipid-soluble, fused polyethers with molecular weights of approximately 900 Da.
The new patent, US 6,869,938, covers compositions of polyacids and polyethers, and methods for their use in reducing postsurgical adhesions.
Hydrin ECO elastomers are said to combine many of the best properties of natural rubber with the benefits of polyethers to meet the rigorous demands of various industries.
The materials, which are based on aliphatic isocyanates and polyethers, display virtually no yellowing when subjected to long-term exposure to UV light.
The materials, which are based on aliphatic isocyanates and polyethers, are said to display virtually no yellowing when subjected to long-term exposure to UV light.
Keywords: Provides rubber mixtures with improved processing behavior containing special polyethers which result in vulcanizates which are highly reinforced, abrasion-resistance molded items, which have a low rolling resistance.
Baytec MP-210 and ME-230 are MDI-terminated polyethers, the former based on polypropylene ether glycol and the latter on PTMEG.
At high durometer, DIN test results were identical for the polyethers MPE-A nd MPE-C, while the polyester MPE-B had much poorer abrasion resistance.
It can be seen that in general polyethers are easier to handle than polyesters, but that polyesters have superior mechanical properties.