methylmethacrylate

methylmethacrylate

/meth·yl·meth·ac·ry·late/ (meth″il-meth-ak´rĭ-lāt) see under methyl.

methylmethacrylate

used in orthopedic surgery to construct protective structures, e.g. in laminectomy to protect the spinal meninges, in dentistry, and to cement prostheses.
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It is seen from the literature survey that PMMA and the products from the derivatives of methylmethacrylate (MMA) have gained a lot of interest among the scientists and technologists for their interesting properties and wide range of applications including sensing material, gate dielectric for organic thin film transistor, dielectric layer for field effect transistor, memory devices, and so forth [20-22].
Knowing the toxicity, shrinkage and heat generation of bone cements, I thought that perhaps we could replace the toxic methylmethacrylate in bone cement with the non-toxic silorane resin used in composites.
Suleyman Patir , Adil Denizli, Immobilization of glucoamylase onto spacer-arm attached magnetic poly methylmethacrylate microspheres: characterization and application to a continuous flow reactor.
In this report, rigid transparent plastics include polycarbonate (PC), polypropylene (PP), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polystyrene (PS), acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), poly-methyl methacrylate (PMMA), styrene block copolymers (SBC), styrene methylmethacrylate (SMMA), cellulosic, polyamide (PA) and polyethylene terephthalate (PET).
The regeneration plant is expected to treat spent acid from a new methylmethacrylate (MMA) and acrylonitrile (AN) production facility, and is the first regeneration plant in mainland China to use a combination of Jacobs proprietary SAR (Sulfuric Acid Regeneration) and SAC (Sulfuric Acid Concentration) technologies in an effort to reduce overall energy requirements for the facility
Methylmethacrylate (MMA), which contributes strength and hardness, but has poor oxygen permeability
Eudragit L-100, which is a copolymer of methacrylic acid and methylmethacrylate at a ratio of 1:1, was a product of Rohm Pharma, Weiterstadt, Germany.
The bridging agent is a compound capable of forming living polymers such as styrene or methylmethacrylate.
An external skeletal fixation (ESF) device was placed by using 2 positive-threaded pins above and below the fracture site with methylmethacrylate cement connecting bars.
Jn, Yang Sn and Hsiehwy, 1998:Free radicals are involved in methylmethacrylate induced neurotoxicity in human primary neocortical cell cultures.
Corpectomy and stabilization with methylmethacrylate in patients with metastatic disease of the spine: A technical note, j Spinal Disord 1995;8:439-43.
The objective of their study was to compare the properties of nonimpregnated bark board with those of bark board impregnated with epoxy and methylmethacrylate.