methylol

meth·y·lol

(meth'ĭ-lol),
Hydroxymethyl; the moiety, -CH2OH.
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meth·y·lol

(meth'i-lol)
Hydroxymethyl; the radical, -CH2OH.
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These were assigned to the bridging methylene (I-CH2-I) and methylene group and hydrogen bonded terminal methylol functions (I-CH2-OH), respectively.
During formation of b-stage resin, a dominant reaction occurs between two equivalents of the thus formed methylol phenol with itself to form a longer-chain methylol phenolic that has an ortho-ortho substituted methine bridge.
This could be explained by additional condensation reaction (postcure phenomenon) involving either residual methylol groups or phenolic hydroxyl groups (3,391 [cm.sup.-1]) [28, 29].
Chaikumpollert, A method for preservation of natural rubber latex using methylol compounds, National Science and Technology Development Agency, 2010, Malaysia patent MY142541 (A).
Zigon, "Aliphatic hyperbranched polyesters based on 2,2-bis(methylol)propionic acid--Determination of structure, solution and bulk properties," Progress in Polymer Science, vol.
The methylol of hydroxymethyl resorcinol could react with the amino groups on HPAM.
It characterizing the course of reaction completeness of the methylol ureas and metilol groups formation, characterizing stitching degree at polycondensation in the solution containing [Ca.sup.2+] and in control solution without [Ca.sup.2+].
2, 2-bis methylol propanoic acid, dipentaerythritol, and silver benzoate were procured from Aldrich, Germany.
This peak was related with the condensation of phenolic and methylol groups to form methylene bridges [12].
The interaction of formaldehyde with the functional groups of amino acids (e.g., primary amines and thiols) forms methylol adducts that can further crosslink with other amino acids through methylene bridge formation (25).