The mechanical film strength developments and the effects of functional group
density of reactive latexes on the relative rates of interdiffusion and crosslinking reaction during film formation and annealing process were investigated.
Import Functional Group
hierarchies that create logical rollup structures within the BOM that can be used for comparison and analysis between BOMs
Comprehensive Organic Functional Group
Transformations II (COFGT-II) will provide the first point of entry to the literature for all scientists interested in chemical transformations.
Techniques for each functional group
are described in sufficient detail that the researcher can replicate procedures without reference to the original publications-saving hours of tedious library research.
The inner layer comprises a thermoplastic polyurethane resin material with at least one ethylenically unsaturated bond in its backbone, at least one pendent hydroxyl group, or a combination thereof, wherein an interfacial chemical bond is formed between at least one of an unreacted functional group
of at least one light-stable aliphatic thermoplastic polyurethane and an unreacted functional group
of at least one heat activated crosslinking monomer or agent of the outer layer and at least one of at least one ethylenically unsaturated bond and at least one pendent hydroxyl group of the inner layer.
This practical, well-organized reference delves deeply into functional group
transformations, to provide all the detailed information that researchers need.
An enzyme is a large polymer that first grabs a reactant, puts it in contact with a reactive functional group
, and then releases the final product.
Summary: Certain embodiments of the present invention provide a tire component comprising a vulcanized rubber, and from about 3 to about 85 parts by weight, per 100 parts by weight rubber, of a filler dispersed within said vulcanized rubber, where the vulcanized rubber includes the vulcanized residue of a thermoplastic-elastomeric block copolymer defined by the formula [alpha]-[pi]-[theta]-[omega] where [alpha] is a hydrogen atom or a functional group
, [pi] includes an elastomeric block, [theta] includes a thermoplastic block and [omega] includes a hydrogen atom or a functional group
The Compendium of Organic Synthetic Methods series facilitates the working chemist's search for the most useful functional group
transformations in organic chemistry.
PPG Industries has received a patent for a compound that is comprised of the reaction product of a highly branched polymer having terminal amine functional groups
and a lactam, wherein the highly branched polymer is the step-growth polymerization reaction product of a polyfunctional first monomer having a first functional group
and a polyfunctional second monomer having a second functional group
wherein the first and second functional groups
will react with each other but not themselves, wherein formation of the highly branched polymer is free of self-condensation of the polyfunctional first monomer, and free of self-condensation of the polyfunctional second monomer.
Its epoxide functional group
can also be used in epoxy chemistry and should be of interest to epoxy resin manufacturers.
The content is organized around the functional group
to be protected (ethers, acids, carbonyl groups, amines, amides, phenols, etc.