Isocyanuric

I`so`cy`a`nu´ric


a.1.(Chem.) Designating, or pertaining to, an acid isomeric with cyanuric acid, and called also fulminuric acid. See under Fulminuric.
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Tenders are invited for Supply of Chlorine Granules / Tri Chloro Isocyanuric Acid /Appearance White Granules Available Chlorine / 1 Percent Solution / 90.56 Percent Moisture 0.3 Percent Tcca 90 Percent, Packing 50 Kg Sample To Be Get Approved Before Bulk Supply
Newly formed isocyanuric structures can significantly decrease flammability of polyurethane foams produced [4,5].
Isos are chlorine-containing derivatives of isocyanuric acid and are used as bleaching and disinfecting agents.
Lachocki and Lin published an article that aimed to prove that ORP measurements were unreliable because at 180 ppm of isocyanuric acid (CYA) the "ORP probes foul quite rapidly." This piece was intended to show that ORP was itself invalid as a technique for gauging water quality.
Reactions typically involve the use of ethylene oxide, phenyl glycidyl ether (with lithium compounds as catalysts), N-glycidyl isocyanuric acid or other mono-functional epoxy compounds which reduce the polyester carboxyl content several fold after one extrusion pass.
A rubber composition for a tire comprising a butadiene polymer having a trans-1,4 content of 70-90%, and modified at the terminal thereof with a compound selected from the group consisting of (a) isocyanate compounds and/or isothiocyanate compounds, (b) isocyanuric acid derivatives and/or thiocarbonyl containing compounds thereof, (c) urea compounds, (d) amide compounds and/or imide compounds, (e) N-alkyl substituted oxazolydinone compounds, etc., and at least one rubber selected from natural rubber, high cis-1,4 polyisoprene rubber and styrene-butadiene copolymer rubber high cis-1,4 polybutadiene and/or low cis-1,4 polybutadiene, and carbon black, process oil, aliphatic carboxylic acid and sulfur based.
Chlorinated isos are chlorine-containing derivatives of isocyanuric acid and are used as bleaching and disinfecting agents.
STABILIZER (also CYANURIC ACID, isocyanuric acid, conditioner or triazenetrione)--A chemical that helps reduce the excess loss of chlorine in water due to the ultraviolet rays of the sun.