cyanate

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cy·a·nate

(sī'a-nāt),
The radical -O-CΞN or ion (CNO)-.
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Compared to free cyanide, this sodium cyanate is less but still toxic.
Structural characterizations reveal that the plasma polymerization of three cyanate ester monomers proceeded mainly via the opening of [pi]-bonds of the cyanate ester functional groups and transforming them to a large [pi]-conjugated structure, which is noticeably different from the conventional thermal or catalytic cyclo-trimerization reaction of cyanate ester monomers.
In terms of new resins, cyanate esters seemed to be the stars of this show.
This study focused on biobased cyanate ester (CE) resin materials containing epoxidized soybean oil processed with copper (II) acetylacetonate as a catalyst and nonylphenol as a co-catalyst.
As the mobility of the reacting medium decreases, the curing of the semi-IPN system can be controlled by diffusion, On the other hand, cyanate concentration decreases with increasing PEI content, and this can be another reason for the reduced reaction rate of the semi-IPN system.
Inhibition of Carcinogen-induced Neoplasia by Sodium Cyanate, tert-butyl Isothiocyanate and Benzyl Isothiocyanate Administered Subsequent to Carcinogen Exposure', Cancer Res.
A new cyanate ester resin system, EX-1515, from Bryte Technologies, Milpitas, Calif.
In one of these studies, Bauer and coworkers (14) reported that both the epoxy-terminated and phenol-terminated rubbers reacted with the cyanate covalently.
2) Incorporating IPDT in the HDT-based polyiso cyanate (Hardener 2) will improve anti-graffiti performance towards every testing graffiti except the black Sharpie.
In each BADCy tri-mer, an s-tri-azine ring was formed from three cyanate group, based on which the content of tri-mers was determined using Fourier transform infrared spectrometer (FTIR).
Cyanate ester resins possess a range of physical and chemical properties that make them amenable to a variety of processing methods (1), (2).