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sug·ar al·co·hol

the polyalcohol resulting from the reduction of the carbonyl group in a monosaccharide to a hydroxyl group, for example, xylitol from xylose.
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And M-alkanes and polyhydric alcohol as the PCMs utilized in the TES system have been studied in recent years.
Conventional alkyd resins are synthesized by mixing the appropriate amount of polyhydric alcohol, polycarboxylic acid (anhydride), and fatty acid or oil.
has been granted a patent for a starch-based coating composition comprised of a naturally derived resin and a resin composition obtained by reacting a starch and/or a starch that has been esterified, etherified, oxidized, acid treated or dextrinated or modified by comprising one or more groups selected from the group consisting of aliphatic saturated hydrocarbon groups, aliphatic unsaturated hydrocarbon groups, and aromatic hydrocarbon groups, which are bonded by ester bonds and/or ether bonds to the starch or to a decomposition product of a starch that has been processed by a low molecularization treatment with an enzyme, acid or oxidizing agent, with a compound containing an isocyanate group obtained by reacting a polyisocyanate compound and a polyhydric alcohol.
The thermoplastic starch includes a biodegradable starch polymer plasticized with a polyhydric alcohol.
An alkyd resin is prepared from polyhydric alcohol (a polyol) - e.g.
The hair wax composition contains water, at least one monohydric alcohol, at least one polyhydric alcohol, at least one nonionic emulsifier and at least one wax.
These systems, usually consisting of ammonium polyphosphate, a polyhydric alcohol, and a source of nitrogen gas, are activated by heat to form an expanded cellular char.
The wood can be liquefied in the presence of phenol or polyhydric alcohols with an acid catalyst at a temperature of 120[degrees]C to 180[degrees]C or without a catalyst at approximately 250[degrees]C.
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Fungi are used in many industrial processes, such as the production of enzymes, vitamins, polysaccharides, polyhydric alcohols, pigments, lipids, and glycolipids.