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homopolymer

(ˌhɒməʊˈpɒlɪmə)
n
(Chemistry) chem a polymer composed of monomers all of the same type
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Because the concentrates are also readily incorporated into EVA, polyethylene and homopolymer polypropylene, processors who use these resins as well as TPEs can reduce their inventory by using the same concentrate for multiple polymers, according to the manufacturer.
Aardalloy 3300 POM is a medium-viscosity, high-heat homopolymer acetal alloyed with elastomers and modifiers that increase impact strength and elongation versus unfilled acetals.
Its product line includes vinyl acetate homopolymer and ethylene vinyl acetate, acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsions.
The blends showed an improvement in the drawability compared to the polypropylene homopolymer. The tensile modulus of the polypropylene homopolymer and the blends, along the draw direction, increased with draw ratio.
The technology will create the first family of homopolymer polypropylene resins with elastomeric properties.
A modified high-crystalline PP homopolymer for packaging boasts better stiffness, strength, and processability than conventional grades.
As supplies of Luban polypropylene from LG's new plant in Oman come on stream, the company has stated that it aims to become the largest stockist of PP homopolymer in the UK.
It is comprised of a first layer comprised of a mixture of a homopolymer or copolymer of polypropylene and a block polymer of a vinyl aromatic monomer and a conjugated diene, a partially hydrogenated derivative, or a selectively hydrogenated derivative to which has been grafted a unsaturated carboxylic reagent.
has obtained a patent for a nitrocellulose-based coating composition comprising between approximately three and 25% by weight nitrocellulose; between approximately ten and 50% by weight of a polymerizable reactive diluent whose homopolymer has a Tg of less than 25[degrees]C between 25% to 75% by weight of a polymerizable reactive diluent whose homopolymer has a Tg of greater than 25[degrees]C; and between approximately five and 40% by weight of acrylated urethane.
It has long been believed that the proper molecular weight of copolymer blocks should be close to that of the particular homopolymer chain.
Newly available from Dow Chemicals' North American Plastics Business in Houston, Inspire 117 and 404 are said to fall outside the traditional PP homopolymer or copolymer categories.
The filaments consist of crystalline polypropylene homopolymer that has a melting point of about 168[degrees]C or a crystalline polypropylene homopolymer with at least one additive that is a pigment, process aid, flame retardant, heat stabilizer, light stabilizer, antimicrobial agent, electrically conductive material, antistatic agent or stain resisting agent.