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epoxide

 [ĕ-pok´sīd]
an organic compound resulting from the union of an oxygen atom with two other atoms, usually carbon, that are themselves joined together. Commonly referred to as epoxy. See also epoxy resin.

epoxide

/epox·ide/ (ĕ-pok´sīd) an organic compound containing a reactive group resulting from the union of an oxygen atom with two other atoms, usually carbon, that are themselves joined together.

Epoxide

Chlordiazepoxide, see there.

epoxide

any compound containing a three-membered ring of two carbon atoms and one oxygen atom, e.g. oxirane.
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Acid (hydrochloric or sulfuric acid) and phenol derivatives are added to kraft lignin to cause the cleavage of lignin intermolecular bond at the same time to generate the phenolic hydroxyl group in the molecule, followed by epoxidizing the phenolic hydroxyl group with ECH to provide the lignin-based epoxy resin.
In both cases, a significant excess of the epoxidizing agent had to be used.
The present invention relates to a method for producing an epoxidized natural rubber, including: step 1 of coagulating natural rubber latex into granules to prepare a granular solid rubber; and step 2 of treating the granular solid rubber with an epoxidizing liquid to epoxidize the granular solid rubber.