polysulfone


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polysulfone

A synthetic polymer used in the fabrication of dialysis membranes with high biocompatibility.
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Polysulfone (Union Carbide), commercial product (UDEL-3500), was purified by dissolution in chloroform, precipitation in methanol and finally dried in vacuum at 40[degrees]C for 48 h before used in synthesis of chloromethylated polysulfone.
Therefore, for a given composition of the DMF/Me mixture, the DMF or Me components are adsorbed preferentially to the quaternized polysulfone molecules in the direction of a thermodynamically most effective mixture.
Udel polysulfone can be processed using standard methods for injection molding, extrusion, and blow molding.
The thermoplastic used was a commercial-grade polysulfone (PSu, Amoco Chemicals Udel P1700).
The company's new grade of optical-quality Udel(R) polysulfone for fiber optics and its new line of Acudel(TM) polyphenylsulfone blends are examples of the strategy, according to Corbin.
Victrex USA reports that PEEK-based film can endure much harsher environments than other films, such as polyetherimide (PEI), polysulfone (PSU), and polyphenylsulfide (PPS).
In its efforts to develop smaller and more powerful automation solutions, Rockwell Automation is manufacturing its MCS-E3 Overload Relay using Mindel(R) B-430 modified polysulfone from BP Amoco Polymers.
Contract awarded for Provision of Polysulfone filters Hemodialysis
As a result, they can be used with a wide range of resins from polyolefins and styrenics to nylon, PET, PBT, acetal, polysulfone, and PP-based TPVs.
And as the shell material was polysulfone, says RTP, achieving a color match would likely be difficult.
BP Amoco Polymers has developed a new grade of optical-quality Udel(R) polysulfone designed to deliver improved performance in fiber optics applications.