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  • Medical Device Link .
    the 1960s, when plasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC) blood storage bags replaced glass bottles. In the 1970s, PVC became the material of choice for Band-Aids, and a decade later the use of polymeric film patches in surgical draping became popular, replacing latex films. In the 1990s, the use

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  • Plasticizers
    Summary.......................................................................................................................................................7� Introduction .................................................................................................................................................13� Plasticizers and Plasticization .................................................................................................................13� Major Plasticizer Types ...........................................................................................................................15� Phthalates............................................................................................................................................15� Aliphatics..............................................................................................................................................16� Epoxidized Vegetable Oils...................................................................................................................16� Trimellitates..........................................................................................................................................16� Benzoates............................................................................................................................................17� Phosphate Plasticizers.........................................................................................................................17� Polymeric Plasticizers ..........................................................................................................................17� Manufacturing Processes............................................................................................................................17� Polycarboxylic Acid Esters ......................................................................................................................17� Epoxidized Vegetable Oils ......................................................................................................................18� Phosphate �
  • Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
    Chem. Descrip.: Med. m.w. polymeric plasticizer .
  • Chromatography for Sustainable Polymeric Materials
    In a recent study the effect of polyester molecular weight, end-groups and chain architecture on migration rate of poly(vinyl chloride)/polyester blends was evaluated to develop a migration resistant polymeric plasticiser [40].
  • Handbook of Food Packaging Chemicals and Materials
    Chem. Descrip.: 2-Methyl-1,3-propanediol See Methylpropanediol CAS 2163-42-0; EINECS/ELINCS 412-350-5 Uses: Intermediate for mfg. of urethanes, unsat. polyesters, gel coats, sat. polyester and alkyd coatings, polymeric plasticizers ; food- contact coatings; solvent, compatibilizer for personal care �
  • Encyclopedia of Industrial Additives, Volume 3
    Descrip.: Low-visc. polyester Category/Applications: Polymeric plas- ticizer for vinyl; provides high solvent extraction resistance, low volatility, and excellent compatibility, with low odor and light color; used in plastisols and organosols, foams, calendered films, sheeting, profile extrusions, and coated fabrics .
  • Vinyl Plasticizers
    Polymeric Plasticizers .
  • Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals
    UK] Chem. Descrip.: Polymeric plasticizer /silicone aq. emulsion Uses: Softener for incorporation into pigment printing systems to give im- proved handle and rub fastness Properties: Liq.; nonionic Matexil Thickener CP [Uniqema/ICI Surf.
  • Handbook of Adhesive Chemical and Compounding Ingredients
    Chem. Descrip.: Med. to high m.w. polymeric plasticizer .
  • Handbook of Lubricants
    Chem. Descrip.: Proprietary hard polymeric wax (20%), xylene (75%), poly- meric plasticizer (5%) dispersion .
  • Encyclopedia of Plastics, Polymers, and Resins Volume 2
    Descrip.: Polymeric plasticizer Category /Applications: Coatings resin providing excellent flexibility, durabili- ty, light color, and adhesion in nitro- cellulose lacquers for metal used for automotive parts, office equipment, etc.; compatible with most materials com- monly used in lacquers, e.g., shellac, damar �
  • Handbook of Paint and Coating Raw Materials Volume 1 and 2
    Chem. Descrip.: Med. to high m.w. polymeric plasticizer .