Synonyms for polyvinyl or Related words with polyvinyl

vinyl              polyvinylidene              pva              polyvinylalcohol              polyvinly              polyvinal              cellulose              polyamide              polyvinylacetate              pvc              polyvinylbutyral              vinylidene              polyurethane              polypropylene              polyhydric              polyvinylchloride              acrylic              evoh              pvdc              polysulfone              pvoh              polyvinylic              polyolefin              polyacrylonitrile              polyamides              benzalkonium              polvinyl              polyester              polyethylene              polyacrylates              pvp              pvdf              nylon              eva              polyacrylate              polyvinvyl              guar              polycarbonate              layerpolyvinyl              polyether              polyvinil              polyphenylene              latex              polymethacrylate              polyvinylformal              polyethylenevinyl              polyvinylacetal              pvb              polynivyl              polyurethanes             



Examples of "polyvinyl"
Polyvinyl nitrate (PVN) is a polymeric explosive material, an ester of nitric acid and polyvinyl alcohol. It is prepared by nitration of polyvinyl alcohol or transesterification of polyvinyl acetate. It is a thermoplastic substance with softening zone between 30-45 °C, depending on the molecular weight of the starting polyvinyl alcohol.
Both polyvinyl chloride pipe (PVC) and chlorinated polyvinyl chloride pipe (CPVC) are made in NPS sizes.
IPK is an acrylic-polyvinyl chloride composite engineered for thermoforming applications, combining properties of both acrylic and polyvinyl chloride plastics. Acrylic adds rigidity and formability, while polyvinyl chloride, more commonly known as PVC, adds toughness and chemical resistance. Standard sheet thickness is .080 and IPK Acrylic-polyvinyl chloride can be thermoformed, post formed, brake formed and laminated.
Polyvinyl alcohol dehydrogenase (cytochrome) (, "PVA dehydrogenase", "PVADH") is an enzyme with systematic name "polyvinyl alcohol:ferricytochrome-c oxidoreductase". This enzyme catalyses the following chemical reaction
Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are polyvinyl alcohol and acceptor, whereas its two products are oxidized polyvinyl alcohol and reduced acceptor.
Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are polyvinyl alcohol and O, whereas its two products are oxidized polyvinyl alcohol and HO.
PCBs readily penetrate skin, PVC (polyvinyl chloride), and latex (natural rubber). PCB-resistant materials include Viton, polyethylene, polyvinyl acetate (PVA), polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), butyl rubber, nitrile rubber, and Neoprene.
A number of microorganisms can degrade polyvinyl acetate. Most commonly, damage is caused by filamentous fungi—however algae, yeasts, lichens, and bacteria can also degrade polyvinyl acetate.
Butacite polyvinyl butyral for laminated safety glass
- Polyvinyl alcohol microspheres - loaded with doxorubicin
Formvar refers to any of several thermoplastic resins that are polyvinyl formals, which are polymers formed from polyvinyl alcohol and formaldehyde as copolymers with polyvinyl acetate. They are typically used as coatings, adhesives, and molding materials. "Formvar" used to be the registered trade name of the polyvinyl formal resin produced by Monsanto Chemical Company in St. Louis, Missouri. That manufacturing unit was sold and formvar is now distributed under the name "Vinylec".
This enzyme participates in bacterial polyvinyl alcohol degradation.
Polyvinyl is a group of polymers derived from vinyl monomers.
It is structurally very similar to polyvinyl chloride.
IPK Acrylic-polyvinyl chloride (IPK, IPK Acrylic PVC, IPK Thermoformable Sheet, IPK Kydex) is a line of thermoplastic acrylic-polyvinyl chloride composite material. It has a chemical structure similar to Kydex with an Acrylic-polyvinyl chloride substrate and white cap for screen printing onto the material.
Vinyon is a synthetic fiber made from polyvinyl chloride. In some countries other than the United States, vinyon fibers are referred to as polyvinyl chloride fibers. It can bind non-woven fibers and fabrics. It was invented in 1939.
Hard suction hose consists of multiple layers of rubber and woven fabric encapsulating an internal helix of steel wire. Some very flexible hard suction hose uses a thin polyvinyl chloride cover with a polyvinyl chloride plastic helix.
Similar acrylic polyvinyl chloride material (IPK Acrylic-polyvinyl chloride) is manufactured by Emco Plastics and Interstate Plastics, which carries nearly identical properties with an added layer for screen printing.
Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) is a thermoplastic produced by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin which is significantly more flexible and can withstand higher temperatures than standard PVC. Uses include hot and cold water pipes, and industrial liquid handling.
Besides, some vinyl halides are useful for synthesizing polymers and copolymers, see e.g. polyvinyl chloride or polyvinyl fluoride. The unsubstituted vinyl halides (R = R = R = H) may polymerize spontaneously under certain conditions.