comonomer


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co·mon·o·mer

 (kō-mŏn′ə-mər)
n.
One of the compounds that constitute a copolymer.

comonomer

(kəʊˈmɒnəmə)
n
a monomer that, with another monomer, forms a copolymer
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Contract Awarded for International competitive bidding procurement of comonomer pumps for 100 kmta eva plant of sinochem quanzhou 1000 kmta ethylene and refinery revamping project
Few of them considered crosslinked copolymer prepared by grafting comonomer onto PP as a dispersed rubber phase for boosting mechanical properties of PP.
2018 Science & Technology Award winners were announced at the meeting, including Charles Goodyear Medalist Eric Baer, known for his in-depth research identifying the elastomeric behavior of polyolefins as a function of the comonomer.
of a heterophase polypropylene copolymer composition comprising propene and a comonomer comprising ethylene, 1-hexene or 1-octene and comprising amorphous character and crystalline blocks; and (iii) about 0.
This PE resin used a butene comonomer and had a base resin density of 0.
Even more impressive 'high heat' grades were achieved by incorporating alpha methyl styrene as a comonomer.
Abstract An acrylic fatty acid derivative (AcFAD) was evaluated as comonomer for promotion of oxidative cure in waterborne latexes.
CB&I's proprietary Olefins Conversion Technology (OCT) will be used to produce 196,000 annual m tonnes (MTA) of polymer grade propylene and its Comonomer Production Technology (CPT) to produce and recover 20,000 MTA of comonomer grade 1-butene at the complex.
12-15) Because FTIR measurements of DC use the aromatic carbon-carbon double bond peak as internal standard, variations in comonomer blend composition and ratio can influence the results.
The authors further observed that an ethylene comonomer on a vinyl acetate backbone exerted the same level of hydrolytic resistance on a weight basis as VeoVa.
Furthermore, combining two reactors makes it possible to steer the MMD separately in the higher and lower MM ranges--to incorporate more branches in the longer polymer chains (inverse comonomer distribution) [6,7].
For reasons of expediency, the diluent cross-linking comonomer sorbitol dimethacrylate was used in the present study even though it contained potentially hydrolyzable ester linkages.