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  • noun A polymer in which the repeating unit contains two carbon atoms linked by an oxygen atom.

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  • noun organic chemistry a polymer, such as an elastomer, in which carbon atoms of the repeating units are joined by a single oxygen atom

Etymologies

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from poly- + ether

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  • Baymedix ™ CL 100 can be adapted to many substrates but is especially suitable for application to elastomeric materials common in catheters, such as polyether-block amide

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  • Baymedix ™ CL 100 can be adapted to many substrates but is especially suitable for application to elastomeric materials common in catheters, such as polyether-block amide

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  • Combining two of the simplest geometrical shapes – a cube and a sphere, switch is handmade from a wooden structure of massif oak and leather, the ball is filled with polyether foam.

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  • Utilizing Dow's state of the art product technologies and Saudi Aramco's project management and execution capabilities, the manufacturing units will produce a wide range of performance products such as Polyurethanes isocyanates, polyether polyols, Propylene Oxide, Propylene Glycol, Elastomers, Linear Low Density Polyethylene, Low Density Polyethylene, Glycol Ethers and Amines.

  • Utilizing Dow's cutting-edge product technologies and Saudi Aramco's world-class project management and execution capabilities, the manufacturing units will produce a wide range of performance products such as Polyurethanes isocyanates, polyether polyols, Propylene Oxide, Propylene Glycol, Elastomers, Linear Low Density Polyethylene, Low Density Polyethylene, Glycol Ethers and Amines.

  • The study lists a range of high performance films aliphatic polyketones, liquid crystal polymers (LCPs) and polyacrylic acid (PAA) as well as polyether ether ketone (PEEK).

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  • The Titanium line features 2-inch polyether surrounds and claims up to 3. 5-inch peak-to-peak motion.

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  • In September 2008, Gulf Resources, through SYCI, began formal production at its new chemical production line with 5,000 metric tones of annual capacity of environmentally friendly additive products, including solid lubricant and polyether lubricant, for use in oil and gas exploration.

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  • According to the purchase order, Gulf Resources will deliver 2,500 metric tons of environmentally friendly polyether lubricant, and 1,500 metric tons of environmentally friendly solid lubricant from March 2009 to December 2009.

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  • Baden DG (1989) Brevetoxins - unique polyether dinoflagellate toxins.

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