ethylenimine

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ethylenimine

an industrial chemical known to be a carcinogen.
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While pure PUD has excellent abrasion resistance, the mar is not acceptable unless the film is cured with an aziridine (data not shown).
This work deals with the polymerization of a hydroxylaled aziridine, 1-(2-hydroxyethyl)aziridine (EA-OH), which could lead to a suitable starting hydroxylaled polymer for the preparation of more complex polyamines through chemical modification.
Keywords Colloidal unimolecular polymer, CUP, Aziridine, Water reduction, Zero VOC, Acrylic polymer
For both isocyanate and aziridine cure formulations, the silica-based coatings were inferior to those compared with the matte PUD.
Louw A, Swart P, de Kock SS, van der Merwe KJ (1997) Mechanism for the stabilization in vivo of the aziridine precursor 2-(4-acetoxyphenyl)-2-chloro-N-methyl-ethylammonium chloride by serum proteins.
aziridine, 50 wt% in isopropanol) was purchased from Gelest in Tullytown, Pa.
Aziridine cure of acrylic colloidal unimolecular polymers (CUPs)--Jigar K.
In these two examples, the organocatalysts initially form a complex with the aziridine, which acts as a 'trigger' for the reaction [10, 11].
For Carson, the best performing systems are two-component (2K) coatings that are crosslinked with either isocyanate or aziridine.
As Jones points out, crosslinker mechanisms for latexes include the use of carbodiimides and aziridine crosslinkers as well as the autooxidation mechanism.
Most PUDs have the potential for further crosslinking and using a polyisocyanate, aziridine, or carbodiimide to crosslink the linear chains vastly improves the properties of the coating.
Keywords: Emulsion polymers, polymer diffusion, energy transfer, neutron scattering, latex film formation, crosslinking, gel content, melamine, acetoacetoxy esters, carbodiimide, aziridine, oxirane, alkyd resins, autooxidative cure