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methacrylate

/meth·ac·ry·late/ (meth-ak´rĭ-lāt) an ester of methacrylic acid, or the resin derived from polymerization of the ester. See also acrylic resins, under resin.

methacrylate

(methak´rəlāt´),
n an ester of methacrylic acid used as an enamel sealant. See also methyl methacrylate.
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Since April 2016, the Methacrylates Business Line has comprised three product lines.
Case report: dentists's occupational asthama, rhinoconjuntivitis and allergic contact dermitis from methacrylates.
Although methyl methacrylates do offer better color stability than R' methacrylates, overall color stability for both classes is generally poor.
Poly methyl methacrylate (PMMA) is one of the most widely used polymers of acrylics.
At the same time, the molar ratio of long chain alkyl methacrylates, x[dodecyl methacrylate (DDMA)]/x[octadecyl methacrylate (ODMA)], was kept constant (Tables 1 and 2).
The copolymers are constructed from tertiary amine methacrylates and poly(ethylene glycol) methacrylates.
The company said it would now focus its resources on increasing production of its methacrylates portfolio.
A comprehensive selection of adhesives for OEM bonding includes Permatex instant adhesives, Devcon high-strength epoxies, and advanced methacrylates for bonding plastic and UV light-cured adhesives.
The three primary types of structural adhesives used in bonding composite parts are epoxies, polyurethanes and methacrylates.
While methacrylates will continue to account for the majority of acrylic resins demand, acrylates will record more rapid growth through 2005, the result of the latter's lower level of dependence upon highly cyclical markets, such as transportation equipment and construction.
While methacrylates will continue to hold the lion's share of the acrylic resins demand, acrylates will record more rapid growth, the result of the latter's lower level of dependence upon highly cyclical markets, such as transportation equipment and construction.
Exposure to airborne methacrylates and natural rubber latex allergens in dental clinics.