syndiotactic


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syndiotactic

(ˌsɪndɪəʊˈtæktɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem (of a stereospecific polymer) having alternating stereochemical configurations of the groups on successive carbon atoms in the chain. Compare isotactic
[C20: from syndyo, from Greek sunduo two together + -tactic]
Translations
syndiotactique
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Remarkable examples are blends of isotactic or syndiotactic poly(styrene) with polyfvinyl methyl ether) [58-60], polyfvinylidene fluoride) with poly(1,4-butylene adipate) [61], and PLA with polyethylene oxide) [62].
Respectively, the matrials are: (1) the first "all bio" polylactic acid (PLA) and polybutylene succinate (PBS) formulations for durable injection-molded parts, (2) a new syndiotactic elastomer for calendering, and (3) an amorphous metal that can be molded using injection molding machinery.
The major driver for developing and introducing (post-)metallocene catalysts in the polyolefin industry has been product differentiation, resulting in, among others, syndiotactic polypropylene, homogeneous linear, low density polyethylene and copolymers of ethylene with higher a-olefins (plastomers).
Mitsui Chemicals Launches New Notiosn Syndiotactic Elastomer
Idemitsu Kosan to raise price of syndiotactic polystyrene resin
a polymer such as polypropylene which can exist in an atactic, syndiotactic.
Perrite has an agreement with Tokyo-based, Idemitsu Kosan Co Ltd to produce its syndiotactic polystyrene (SPS) resin compound XAREC.
Orler, E, Bruce, Y, Dorie, J, Moore, RB, "Sulfonation of Syndiotactic Polystyrene for Model Semicrystalline Ionomer Investigations.
Syndiotactic polystyrene; synthesis, characterization, processing, and applications.
One recent bad example of not learning the customer's key functional requirements, and of not determining competitive cost-performance models early, involved a new high-temperature crystalline engineering thermoplastic, targeted in large part at automotive applications (Questra[R] syndiotactic polystyrene).
Our simulation results show that it is the syndiotactic sequences along the backbone of aPP that cause the formation of such nano-scaled structures.
A recent ABB fusebox application used a syndiotactic polystyrene (SPS) to replace the older thermoset model, resulting in more than a 20% cost reduction.