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polyvinylalcohol

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of polyvinyl alcohol.

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Examples

  • Researchers at the University of Warwick in Britain then helped to develop a phone cover that contains a sunflower seed, which will feed on the nitrates that are formed when the polyvinylalcohol polymer cover turns to waste.

    The Speculist: Sunflower and Son

  • Researchers at the University of Warwick in Britain then helped to develop a phone cover that contains a sunflower seed, which will feed on the nitrates that are formed when the polyvinylalcohol polymer cover turns to waste.

    The Speculist: December 2004 Archives

  • Organic synthetic polyvinylalcohol fibers (PVA - fibers, PVA fraction at least 85%) can be made water insoluble through combination with aldehydes.

    1. Technical requirements for Asbestos substitutes

  • An example for the application of cellulose fibers which is under development is a so-called fiber cocktail, consisting of cellulose and cellulose fiber acting to disperse polyvinylalcohol or polyacrylnitrile fibers in the cement matrix (Eternit AG).

    1. Technical requirements for Asbestos substitutes

  • Presently, the following are mainly used as reinforcement for fibrous cement: polyacrylic fibers, such as Dolan 10 fibers, plastic fibers made with polyvinylalcohol or also cellulose fibers.

    1. Technical requirements for Asbestos substitutes

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