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epichlorohydrin

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A colorless liquid, C3H5OCl, used as a solvent in making resins.

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  • n. any epihalohydrin in which the halogen is chlorine

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Examples

  • The EPA will follow that rulemaking by setting stricter standards for epichlorohydrin and acrylamide, which can contaminate drinking water through the water-treatment process.

    EPA to Issue Stricter Drinking-Water Standards

  • The team succesfully reduced the size further using epichlorohydrin as a cross-linking agent.

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  • However, its production involves use of epichlorohydrin as an intermediate.

    Alternatives for significant uses of formaldehyde in Massachusetts

  • That particularly applied to epichlorohydrin liquid epoxy resin where we could value maximize here in the United States rather than sell at lower margins in the Pacific.

  • So what we've done is, of course, got across-the-board price increases in most of the Performance businesses that have price sensitivity, and especially those in the chains like MDI, like acrylic acid and esters and epichlorohydrin and epoxy.

  • The business also benefited from tight supply/demand conditions in key raw materials, such as epichlorohydrin.

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  • Another biodiesel glycerin derivative is epichlorohydrin, a monomer for epoxy plastics.

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  • Dow and Solvay have each announced plans to make epichlorohydrin from biodiesel glycerin.

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  • That's why a German parts manufacturer is now using Hydrin® epichlorohydrin elastomers (ECO) in place of nitrile rubber for the seals that secure the turbines 'blades.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Meanwhile, Solvay is building a plant in France that will use the company's proprietary process to convert biodiesel-derived glycerin into epichlorohydrin, a chemical intermediate usually obtained from propylene and used in the production of epoxy resins, paper reinforcement and water purification.

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