cyanurate


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cyanurate

(ˌsaɪəˈnjʊəˌreɪt)
n
a salt or ester derived from cyanide
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As suitable modifiers triallyl cyanurate (TAC) with three allylic groups and divinylbenzene (DVB) with two vinyl groups were used to induce long-chain branching or crosslinking on PHB.
Table 1 - polymers and compounding ingredients HNBR type * Tradename ACN (wt%) HNBR ST 3107 VP Therban ST 3107 VP 31 HNBR 3407 Therban 3407 34 HNBR 3907 Therban 3907 39 HNBR 4307 Therban 4307 43 Abbreviation Chemical name Tradename CDPA 4,4'-bis-(1,1-dimethylbenzyl)- Luvomaxx diphenylamine CDPA ZMMBI Zinc-4-and 5-methyl-2- Vulkanox ZMB mercaptobenzimidazole 2/C5 N330 Carbon black N330 -- Silane-treated Vinyl silane-treated silica Coupsil 6508 silica MgO Magnesium oxide Maglite D Coagent Tri-allyl cyanurate Kettlitz TAIC-70 Peroxide Di(tert-butylperoxyisopropyl) Perkadox 14-40 benzene B-PD HNBR type * RDB ** (%) ML (1+4) at 100[degrees]C HNBR ST 3107 VP <0.9 70 HNBR 3407 <0.9 70 HNBR 3907 <0.9 70 HNBR 4307 <0.9 63 Abbreviation Supplier CDPA Lehmann & Voss Co.
Immobilization and stabilization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa SRT9 lipase on tri (4formyl phenoxy) cyanurate. Kor J Chem Eng., 2011; 28(3): 867-874.
Melamine cyanurate (MCA), as a traditional flame retardant, is usually used in PA6, which is halogen-free and can significantly improve the fire retardancy of PA6.
Patent 9,175,137 (November 3,2015), "Method for Producing Cyanurate Networks via Inductive Heating of Silica-Coated Magnetic Nanoparticles," Christopher Sahagun, Andrew Guenthner, and Joseph Mabry (The U.S.
Melamine (MEL) in animal foods and milk products had caused serious accidents, as its metabolism, melamine cyanurate, was easily crystallized in organs and was tending to cause kidney stone and damage [1-3].
Schartel, "Flame retardancy mechanisms of aluminium phosphinate in combination with melamine cyanurate in glass-fibre-reinforced poly(1,4-butylene terephthalate)," Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, vol.293, no.3,pp.
JLS Chemical is a global halogen-free flame-retardants supplier specialising in halogen-free flame retardant technology, products include intumescent flame retardants, melamine cyanurate, melamine polyphosphate, phosphonate salt and ammounium polyphosphate.
Also, nitrate and total ammonia-nitrogen were measured on-site using a Hach DR/890 Portable Colorimeter (Hach Company, Loveland, Colorado, USA) and the appropriate analytical kits (Am Ver Diluent reagent, Ammonium Salicylate reagent and Ammonia Cyanurate reagent for nitrogen ammonia; and Nitra Ver 5 Nitrate reagent for nitrate).
Consumption of melamine can cause highly insoluble melamine cyanurate crystals to form in the kidney, which damage renal cells and can result in renal failure or death.
Include actual numeric values Allows analysis of critical measured for total and free variables, particularly those disinfectant, cyanurate, and with upper and lower limits, pH or note that no reading was to determine which limits were taken.