ethylenimine

(redirected from Aziridine)
Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

ethylenimine

an industrial chemical known to be a carcinogen.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The Global and Chinese Aziridine Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global aziridine industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.
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
The influence of Aziridine industry policy is discussed in this research along with product specifications, manufacturing process, product cost structure and more.
Louw A, Swart P, Allie F (2000) Influence of an aziridine precursor on the in vitro binding parameters of rat and ovine corticosteroid-binding globulin (CBG) [Hormone and Growth Factors].
The report firstly introduced Aziridine basic information included Aziridine definition classification application industry chain structure industry overview; international market analysis, China domestic market analysis, Macroeconomic environment
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.
The increase in sales was primarily the result of strong demand for many of the company's products, particularly Polymer Intermediates (powder coating resins, toner polymers and high-solids polyester polyols) and Environmental Products and Services (mainly, ion exchange resins, aziridine based products and toll manufactured organic products).
For many years aziridine and isocyanate crosslinked systems have provided very good 2K coatings for the wood flooring industry.
As Jones points out, crosslinker mechanisms for latexes include the use of carbodiimides and aziridine crosslinkers as well as the autooxidation mechanism.
1 percentage points from the same quarter last year, which is a result of the lower sales of higher margin Biochemicals, increases in raw material costs in excess of recently introduced price increases, and lower margins on the aziridine products.
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