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Pur

Abbreviation for purine.
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Waste soft PUR foam based on tolylene diisocyanate and polyether polyol with molecular weight of about 3600 g [mol.sup.-1] (Megaflex-Schaumstoff GmbH, Germany) was delivered by Bossmebel, Poland.
Two, three or four kilogram foil-encased PUR slugs are placed into the melter tank and PURBlue 4 melter uses "melt-on-demand" processing, thereby protecting unused adhesive from prematurely curing in the tank.
These byproducts represent the diacid and dialcohol, which were proposed based upon of the hydrolysis of ester bond as a mechanism of the PUR degradation.
Given the mixing head's importance in PUR processing, it is not surprising that so much effort goes into developing improvements.
Featuring at the nationwide event is Ambi Pur's new Odour Naturizer collection of perfumes, which are powered by nature.
Both Versamid PUR 1010 and 1120 are non-reactive thermoplastic polyurethane resins suitable for use in flexo and gravure inks for packaging, as they do not cause flexographic printing plates to swell.
Allgood calls PUR a "mini water-treatment plant in a package." Each 4-gram PUR sachet (the size of a disposable ketchup packet) will treat 10 liters (2.5 gal.) of water.
The CON, IPM, and PUR Functional Advisor, Deidre Lee established a requirement for electives to be completed as part of the certification process.
Souter of Procter and Gamble in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, designed the mix, which enters the company's PUR line.
The new 491 P/CP and 891 P/CP PUR control cables are the latest additions to Lapp's OLFLEX[R] range, and have UL and CSA approvals, as well as full CE conformity for use in both Europe and North America.
Careful follow-up of patients with these risk factors can help physicians spot postpartum urinary retention (PUR) early, Dr.