siloxane


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siloxane

/si·lox·ane/ (si-lok´sān) any of various compounds based on a substituted backbone of alternating silica and oxygen molecules; in polymeric form they are polysiloxanes, and when the side chain substituents are organic radicals, they are silicones.
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The combined capacity for siloxane and pyrogenic silica is expected to reach approximately 210,000 metric tons a year.
Polymerization of IPDI with PTMO or siloxane diols, and copolymerization of IPDI, PTMO, and siloxanes in a bulk system were performed in a differential scanning calorimeter (DSC2010, TA instrument).
5 phr was believed to be fully covered with the siloxane segments of the SPI block copolymer.
However, it has also been shown that organic su-perwetting surfactants are capable of effectively migrating to newly created interfaces to maintain low surface tension levels during application--a benefit not achievable with a traditional siloxane surfactant.
The specific siloxane tensile structure used in Additol VXW 6503 N leads to superior dynamic surface tension reduction and improved static surface tension reduction, according to the company.
For instance, the type of siloxane, type of block copolymer, molecular weight of the siloxane, length of blocks linked to siloxane, type of functional group, etc.
In the present study an organotin compound was used as a condensation catalyst for the siloxane component, together with an amine hardener for curing the epoxy resin.
Ameron's PSX(R) Engineered Siloxane based coatings can substantially reduce the number of layers required in coating applications over traditional polyurethane or epoxy based coatings and siloxanes have very low viscosities so they can be formulated to very high solids and low VOC's.
Tenders are invited for Silicon Oil Base - Silicone Fluid And Composition Polydimethy Siloxane In 400 Ml Aerosol Can.
To eliminate the dine and effort spent in identifying suitable defoamers, a complete, structured siloxane based defoamer line has been developed to enable the formulator to follow a systematic approach when selecting defoamers for his ink formulation.
Niax Silicone L-3639(1) is geared for a variety of MDI-based formulations and has a lower-than-average siloxane emission; Niax Catalyst EF-150(2) is a nonfugitive reactive blow amine catalyst for use in molded foam applications; and Niax Catalyst EF-150 is formulated to provide higher final foam hardness when compared to traditional catalysts.