coagent


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coagent

(kəʊˈeɪdʒənt)
n
an associate
adj
associating in an act with
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A3) Development of sulfur cured chlorobutyl rubber compound with excellent cure reversion resistance and low compression set properties using a novel crosslinking coagent, Shibulal GS, Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea.
In our another work, we also found that the melt viscosity of PBS could be greatly increased by introducing the curing agent of dicumyl peroxide (DCP) and the curing coagent of trimethylolpropane trimethacrylate (TMPTMA) (2/3 weight ratio of DCP/TMPTMA) [37], But only brittle and poor mechanical PBS foams were obtained.
My embodied understanding doesn't only exist in me as an individual agent, but also as the coagent of common actions.
Sartomer USA, LLC, now offers SR523, a liquid coagent that shortens cure times and improves processability of peroxide-cured elastomers compared to conventional coagents like triallyl cyanurate (TAC).
Hyderabad, April 19 -- CASKA, a global brand name in car multimedia systems, rated amongst China's 500 most valuable brands and owned by the large-scale high technology company Coagent Electronic S&T Co.
The distinction between uncreated and created grace could help clarify further how the Spirit is coagent.
In this context, we define "large lenders" as lenders in one of the following ranks: 1) colead manager, 2) lead manager, 3) senior lead manager, 4) senior manager, 5) senior colead manager, 6) coordinating arranger, 7) coordinator, 8) agent, 9) coagent, 10) arranger, or 11) coarranger.
New Delhi, May 11 -- It has been reported that Chinese automotive accessories company Coagent Electronic S&T Co Ltd has stated that it is holding talks with auto majors for supply of car infotainment products for a greater share of the estimated Rs 100 crore market.
The very existence of this individual and any property he may possess are thus restricted to the belief world of one individual and are not shared by any coagent or by the narrator, which is equivalent to saying that there is no Mr.
Futterman & Associates, who as coagent with RFR Realty, LLC, represented the landlord, RFR Holdings in the transaction.
This study shows that POSS containing an acryl group can be potentially used as an effective coagent for the peroxide vulcanization of rubbers.