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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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In case of GR composites, GR layers are well exfoliated through ENR matrix and the particle size is smaller compared to GT filled composites, It is because of the good compatibility between oxygen functionalities on the surface of GR and epoxy groups of isoprene units owing to the formation of hydrogen bonds, the exfoliated GR layers were indicated through arrow marks in TEM micrographs.
1]H NMR, it was determined that 97% of the epoxy groups were consumed by reaction with acrylic acid.
An increase in the amount of mPEG in the resins decreased the reactive epoxy group content in the coatings and decreased the crosslink density.
Taking into account that the conversion of epoxy groups was not quantitative, f values were relative low with values ranging from 7 to 13 for the CE_Tx series.
78) Decker and co-workers studied the cationic photocrosslinking of diglycidylether of bisphenol A (DGEBA), bis-cycloaliphatic diepoxide (BCDE) and their mixtures with epoxidized soybean oil (ESO) containing three epoxy groups in the molecule (ESO-3).
The aminated lignin, an aromatic amine hardener with a three-dimensional structure, needs elevated temperature to react with epoxy group.
The absorption peaks of epoxy group and free isocyanate group at 917 and 2277 [cm.
The intrinsic absoiption for the epoxy group was observed at 914 [cm.
Identification of non-heme diiron proteins that catalyze triple bond and epoxy group formation.
Thus, these results indicate that the glycidyl carbamate epoxy group is more reactive than glycidyl ether epoxy groups.
1] was chosen as an internal standard for the quantitative analysis [5], The quantitative calculation of epoxy group content was used the ratio of peak area in 1250 [6] and 1382 [cm.
Therefore, compared to EPPO that possessed only one epoxy group on its end, PPOE could better improve the miscibility of blend owing to its greater reactivity and function of compatibilizer.