mercaptide


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mercaptide

(məˈkæptaɪd; mɜː-)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a salt of a mercaptan, containing the ion RS, where R is an alkyl or aryl group
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Relative nucleophilic reactivities of amino groups and mercaptide ions in addition reactions with [alpha], [beta]-unsaturated compounds.
Moreover, the sulfhydryl group of cysteine moiety of glutathione has a high affinity for metals, forming thermo dynamically stable mercaptide complexes with several metals, e.
Thermolite[R] 140 butyltin mercaptide is specifically designed for coextruded siding, profile, and fence substrates, and more demanding pipe applications where good color-hold and stability are needed.
compound China Methyltin mercaptide TM-181-FS Rohm and Haas Co.
Thermolite 140 butyltin mercaptide heat stabilizer is designed for PVC formulations for coextruded siding, profile, and fence substrates, and for pipe applications in which good early color and dynamic stability are important.
These new grades of alkyl tin mercaptide stabilizers eliminate the chatter, or vibrations, that occur when an extrusion line is running at high speed.
Available in liquid or solid form, either mercaptide or sulfur-free, products include butyltins for pipe, siding, window profiles and other applications; as well as octyltin mercaptide and methyltin mercaptides for FDA bottles and sheet.
Except where noted, PVC was always stabilized with 1 wt% of the tin mercaptide, dibutyltin bis(2-ethylhexyl mercaptoacetate) (T31), obtained from Elf Atochem.
The following are new products from Witco for rigid vinyl applications: TS-744 lubricating high-efficiency butyltin mercaptide stabilizer, when used with Marklube L-135 solid lubricant, reportedly offers excellent heat stability and processability for high-output profile extrusions for the window and door market.
The stabilization package developed included a methyl tin mercaptide thermal stabilizer and lubricants such as epoxidized soybean oil and hydrogenated castor oil.