butylene

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butylene

Any one of several hydrocarbons with a formula C4H8, of the ethylene series, either as one of seven straight chain isomers or one of three branched chains. They are gases at room temperature, but easily liquefied by raising the pressure or lowering the temperature.
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The octene comonomer has longer side branches than butene (six carbons instead of two carbons), and this improved the efficiency of the tie molecules, which control long-term performance.
In experimental runs, the conversion of butane on quartz sand is higher than that on the catalyst, but the conversion of butene on quartz sand is lower than that on the catalyst.
The tear performance of coextruded films composed of gas phase butene "B" and solution single-site octene "S" are compared with simple B + S dry blends in Fig.
Futures contracts will be traded daily for deliveries 15 months later of 27-ton lots of four plain-vanilla grades: one g-p butene LLDPE for blown film and three PP homopolymers--two for injection (12 and 20 MFR) and one for "raffia" fiber extrusion.
The EAO copolymers include copolymers based on butene and octene monomer.
NOVACAT catalysts enable gas-phase polyethylene producers to manufacture a full range of butene and hexene resins that deliver improved performance for a variety of polyethylene end-use applications.
This complex has units producing polyethylene, synthetic rubbers, latex, propylene glycol, pyrolysis benzene and fractions of butene, butylene and isobutylene.
Three grades of Engage were compared by DuPont Dow with other impact modifiers--EPDM, butene metallocene, reactor TPO, octene ultra-low density PE, and butene ultra-low density PE.
Limited Tenders are invited for Handling Of Catalyst, Chemicals And Machine Waste Materials In Lldpe-Ii And Butene - I At Pc-Ii Gail, Pata
This growth is the result of continued substitution of hexene for butene in linear low density polyethylene (LLdPE) and high density polyethylene, as a result of enhanced end-product performance, and continued displacement of low density polyethylene (LLdPE) by LLdPE in certain applications.
870 g/cc) is a butene grade designed as an elastomeric extender for soft TPEs.
Lohse has gathered extensive data on the solubility parameter ([Delta]) of ethylene-butene at varying butene co-monomer contents using small-angle neutron scattering (SANS).