ketoxime


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ketoxime

(kiːˈtɒksiːm)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an oxime formed by reaction between hydroxylamine and a ketone
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Formulators who develop coatings based on oxidatively cured (alkyd) binders face major regulatory obstacles for two key ingredients: methyl ethyl ketoxime (MEKO) anti-skinning additive and cobalt-based driers.
Key statement: A composition includes an elastomer and a ketoximo silane or a ketoxime additive.
Pilemand, C, Wallstrom, E, Poulsen, PB, "Substitution of Cobalt Driers and Methyl Ethyl Ketoxime in Oxidative Drying Systems.
This high-performance sealant has a low volatile organic compounds (VOC) content and low methyl ethyl ketoxime (meko) odour.
Novel stereoselective synthesis of E-aryl aldoxime and ketoxime O-ethers.
The Mining Chemicals Technology business of Cognis has developed what it claims is the only full range of SX reagent technology: Ketoximes, Aldoximes, non-modified Ketoxime/Aldoxime blends, and fully/slightly modified blends with alcohols and esters.
com/research/7ab374/methyl_ethyl_ketox) has announced the addition of the "Methyl Ethyl Ketoxime (CAS 96-29-7) Market Research Report 2011" report to their offering.
The behavior of a methyl ethyl ketoxime (MEKO)-blocked isocyanate on heating was studied using thermal analytical techniques.
Largely in Europe, Ascinin[R] AntiSkin antiskinning agents serve as methylethyl ketoxime alternatives and Borchers[R] Dry driers find use as replacements for cobalt-based products.
Since the introduction of the first ketoxime LIX64N, a new group of extractant reagents has been developed which is now being used in the copper industry.
For example, when Anamax Mining commissioned its SX plant in 1975, to treat an agitation leach liquor, it used LIX 64N, an early ketoxime.
2,7) Also, the effect of the antiskinning agent, methyl ethyl ketoxime (MEKO), on the activity of a drier has been monitored using this test system.