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pol·y·vi·nyl

(pol'ē-vī'nal),
Referring to a compound containing a number of vinyl groups in polymerized form.
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Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) Films are made from PVA gums alongside vinyl acetic acid derivation monomer (VAM) which is progressively discovering use in different water solvent applications, for example, cleansers and agrochemical bundling.
Ramanathan, "Ultrasonic investigations of MnSO4, NiSO4 and CuSO4 aqueous in polyvinyl alcohol solution at 303K," RASAYAN Journal of Chemistry, vol.
The UAE currently imports all its polyvinyl chloride needs.
Shaheen envisages a later second phase of the project, which will double caustic soda production capacity and begin production of vinyl chloride and polyvinyl chloride.
• Middle East & Africa is expected to be the fastest growing region for polyvinyl chloride market at an estimated CAGR of 5.9% from 2014 to 2020.
The Chinese company now will perform full construction of the plant with production capacity of 100 thousand tons of polyvinyl chloride, 75 thousand tons of caustic soda and 300 thousand tons of methanol per year.
GLS/Vinyls, which is part of DuPont Packaging & Industrial Polymers, provides polyvinyl butyral and ionomer sheets for safety glass, as well as vinyl acetate monomer and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) products.
Under the brand name Benvic, Solvay produces polyvinyl chloride-based thermoplastic products in the form of powders and compounds, used in end-applications for the construction sector, car industry, aerospace, cabling, pharmaceutical, packaging and fluid transport.
Polyvinyl siloxane (PVS) impression materials represent the state of the art in elastomeric impression materials in prosthodontics and restorative dentistry [2-5] used for recording the impressions of dentulous and edentulous arches, duplication of casts and bite registrations.
Typical examples of polyacid segments are polyphosphoric acid, polyvinyl sulfonic acid and polyacrylic acid.
Their compound consists of a polyvinyl alcohol that prevents water vapor from condensing into fine droplets to create fog on glass.
Designed for handling a broad range of fluids, the PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride) feature high resistance to acids, alkalis, alcohols, and other corrosives, and so are suitable for a variety of industrial applications.