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pol·y·e·ther

 (pŏl′ē-ē′thər)
n.
A polymer in which the repeating unit contains two carbon atoms linked by an oxygen atom.
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Fact.MR has announced the addition of the "Polyether Modified Silicone Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Review 2019 to 2029"report to their offering.
We also investigated rheological properties of a neat polymer and blends of silyl-terminated polyether with epoxy resin compatibilized with different aminosilanes.
In most coating formulations, the surface tension is reduced using organically modified polysiloxanes (classical silicone additives), in which, for example, the polysiloxane forms the backbone and the polyether the end or side chains.
NyFlex is characterized by a nylon block, which is the hard segment, and the polyether block, which is the soft, flexible segment.
"Our new product HYDROSOFT C-60-W is a ternary block functional silicone copolymer, which combines several chemical entities in one linear molecule (siloxane, Polyamine and polyether copolymer).
9,254,254 B2; Johnson & Johnson has patented a composition that is comprised of a continuous water phase; a discontinuous oil phase, homogeneously distributed in said water phase, that is comprised of a polymer composition comprising a sunscreen agent with a linear, ultraviolet radiation absorbing polyether that has a covalently bound UV-chromophore and comprises a backbone having glyceryl repeat units; and an oil-in-water emulsifier component comprising an anionic oil-in-water emulsifier and a nonionic oil-in-water emulsifier having an alcohol functional group; and the linear, ultraviolet radiation absorbing polyether is present in an amount effective to provide an SPF of 10 or greater.
On the other hand Polyether impression materials are hydrophilic and stable materials but they are quite expensive, bitter in taste and have high elastic modulus.18 A new elastomeric impression material, Vinylsiloxanether was introduced in early 2009 which combines the countenance of addition silicone and polyether impression material.
[ClickPress, Wed Aug 26 2015] Polyether Ether Ketone (PEEK) Market, By Application (Automotive, Aerospace, Electrical & Electronics, Medical, Industrial, and Others), By Product Types (Unfilled, Carbon filled, Glass filled, and Others), and by Geography - Global Forecast to 2020
The crosslinking density was adjusted by changing the content of crosslinking agent and the molecular chain length of polyether diol.
Being more hydrophobic is the problem of emulsified polyvinyl chloride in comparison with other polymers, including polyether sulfone.
Keeping in view the importance of soft segment structure, this study was designed to synthesize PUU elastomers by utilizing different polyester and polyether polyols of same molecular weight.