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  • n. Any salt or ester of acrylic acid.

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  • n. a salt or ester of propenoic acid


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  • The product uses many of the well-known diaper materials, fluffed pulp and super absorbent poly-acrylate, but the difference is that the plastic shell is reusable while the soiled pad can be flushed.

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  • They include lots of “silicone polymers” and “acrylate polymers,” which make them more water-resistant but also stickier on your skin.

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  • He used sheets of plastic acrylate but says you could easily use the cardboard from a cereal box.

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  • Cement sheets are impregnated with bitumen or acrylate protective coatings to make them water-tight.

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  • Cement sheets are also impregnated with bitumen or acrylate protective coatings to become waterproof All of these materials are manufactured in India directly.

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  • The two projects under the contract include an acrylic acid expansion and a methyl acrylate project, at the company's Clear Lake, Texas operations.

  • PVP (polyvinylpyrrolidone) and PVP/VA (vinyl acrylate). - Articles related to Molecular biology provides clues to health benefits of olive oil

  • A block copolymer of methyl methacrylate (MMA) and butyl acrylate (BA)

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  • The product is a fluorochemical acrylate polymer solution which is said to cost less per square foot than other protection products based on silicone, urethane, and acrylics, while offering a fast drying time for faster board processing.

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  • -- A block copolymer of methyl methacrylate (MMA) and butyl acrylate (BA) -- A thermoplastic elastomer possessing both MMA's transparency and weather resistance as well as BA's elasticity and adhesive qualities News Articles

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