propionate

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pro·pi·o·nate

(prō'pē-ō-nāt), Avoid the mispronunciations pro-pī'ō-nāt and pro'prē-ō-nāt.
A salt or ester of propionic acid.

pro·pi·o·nate

(prō'pē-ŏ-nāt)
A salt or ester of propionic acid.
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Propionates are currently approved for use in a range of other food products, including bread, fruit and vegetable spreads and sauces, Mr McCutcheon said.
Eastman is also offering what it calls a line of performance solvents, including n-butyl propionate, a HAPs-free, slow-evaporating urethane grade solvent with good solvency for most coating resins.
Other potential substrates are PBT, acetal, and cellulose acetate propionate. A general-purpose SEPS grade of 45 Shore A reportedly shows adhesive strength of 10.3 lb/in.
TEA has also been overmolded on tools, household appliances, and SAN and cellulose propionate toothbrushes.