coagent


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coagent

(kəʊˈeɪdʒənt)
n
an associate
adj
associating in an act with
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This study shows that POSS containing an acryl group can be potentially used as an effective coagent for the peroxide vulcanization of rubbers.
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These curves suggest that HNBR is very slow curing with the peroxide used here as compared to FKM, and perhaps it requires more cure agent and coagent to cure in the absence of FKM.
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).
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.
Futterman & Associates, who as coagent with RFR Realty, LLC, represented the landlord, RFR Holdings in the transaction.
Companies profiled in this research include Coagent Electronic S&T Co.
When lower radiation time was needed, trimethylolpropane triacrylate (TMPTA) was added to PP/photoinitiator mixture as a coagent to increase the rate of LCB.
The firm's new generation coagent, SRDFM, has been especially developed to combine the key benefits of the ally
Another grade of long chain branched PP homopolymer (3H4) was made by reactive extrusion of the linear 3H1 in presence of the peroxide (Perkadox 24L) and a coagent (zinc diethyldithiocarbamate, Mercure ZDC, Merchem limited, India).