cyanoethylation


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cyanoethylation

(ˌsaɪənəʊˌɛθɪˈleɪʃən)
n
the act of introducing a cyano-ethyl group into a compound
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[31] modified coir fibers (CFs) using NaOH at concentrations of 5-10%, as well as grafting with methyl methacrylate and cyanoethylation. According to the authors, the alkali treatment removed tyloses from the surface of the fibers, increasing surface roughness with spaced out pits.
APPLICATION: Cyanoethylation is an effective method for improving the dielectric properties of PVA, which can be used as a surface size for electrical insulating paper.
Material (surface) treatments such as acetylation, polymer grafting, cyanoethylation, and impregnation have been applied to yield favorable results (Grozdits and Bibal 1983, Nada and El-Saied 1989, Rowell and Keany 1991, Hassan et al.