cyanate

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cy·a·nate

 (sī′ə-nāt′, -nət)
n.
The anionic univalent OCN group derived from cyanic acid, or a compound containing this group.

cyanate

(ˈsaɪəˌneɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of cyanic acid, containing the ion OCN or the group –OCN

cy•a•nate

(ˈsaɪ əˌneɪt, -nɪt)

n.
a salt or ester of cyanic acid.
[1835–45]
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Although free cyanide breaks down rapidly when exposed to sunlight, the less toxic products, such as cyanates and thiocyanates, may persist in the environment for many years.
01 Pa s to 300 Pa s are used, especially highly filled epoxies, but also cyanates, urethanes and silicones.
Therefore a distinction between free, WAD and total cyanide forms (other compounds such as cyanates or thiocyanates are also present) in tailings water is useful for legal regulatory purposes [8].
2008, "A Versatile Series of Nickel(II) Complexes derived from Tetradentate Imine/Pyridyl Ligands and Various Pseudohalides: Azides and Cyanates Compared," Inorganic Chemistry, 47, 10, pp 4109-4117.
06-13 PU ISO CYANATES POLYMERIC MDI 105-115 NA [d] 80/20 TDI 110-120 NA [d] PVC RESIN (RAIL CAR) G-P HOMOPAL 32-34 NA [d] PIPE 28-29 NA [d] FILM 35-37 NA [d] COPOLYMER FLOORING 45-47 NA [d] DISPERSION HOMOPOLY 56-60 NA [d] COPOLYMER 60-64 NA [d] CPVC, PIPE COMPOUND 119 NA [d] PVDC EXTRUDABLE 162 NA [d] SILICONES MOLD.
A broad line of polymer matrix prepreg products based upon epoxies, phenolics, polyimides, bismalemides, polyesters and cyanates were commercialized during his time at Fiberite.
believed to be the actual calalyst for the uncata-lyzed polymerization of cyanates (27).
01 Pa s are used to 300 Pa s, especially high-filled epoxies, as well as cyanates, urethanes and silicones.
For example, a pair of two-part epoxy/anhydride systems targeted at the same radome and microwave market that attracts the cyanates was introduced at the show by Advanced Resins Inc.
Trimerization of cyanates were formed and copper acetylacetonate was used as a catalyst, there were isomerization process after oxiranes were inserted to cyanurate and the oxazolidones were produced from isocyanurates (27).
Aromatic cyanates are low viscosity resins that can crosslink to form polycyanurate networks by forming thermally stable cyclic triazine rings.
Cyanate ester (CE) resins have received considerable attention in the past few years because of their importance as thermosetting resins for use in the aerospace, electronics, and adhesive industries [1-6].