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Poly(vinyl acetate) is an aliphatic rubbery synthetic polymer with the formula (C4 H6O2)n. ... Chemical formula ... As an emulsion in water, PVAc emulsions are used as adhesives for porous materials, particularly for wood, paper, and cloth, and ...

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Composition of adhesives glues and sealants, composition of physical and chemical curing adhesives, monomers, polymers, pigments, fillers and additives in ...

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An adhesive is a substance that sticks to the surface of an object such that two .... of adhesive molecules with substrates are so critical, it makes sense that some ...

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White glue is made from water, H2O, and polyvinyl acetate, a polymer of vinyl acetate which has the chemical formula C4H6O2. Polymers are made by ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16705232

Georgian Med News. 2006 Apr;(133):65-7. Study of chemical composition of glue "RAZI" used by solvent abusers in Tbilisi. Kirtadze I(1), Zurabashvili D.

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... in which the structure of the vinyl acetate repeating units is: polyvinyl acetate, ... When employed in coatings or adhesives, PVAc is often partially hydrolyzed to ...

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The two classes are distinguished by the fact that glue comes from organic compounds while adhesives are chemical-based. Adhering materials called epoxies, ...

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These chemicals were originally obtained or manufactured from petroleum, natural gas and other raw materials found in Nature. The exact formula and specific ...

www.compoundchem.com/2015/10/15/superglue

Oct 15, 2015 ... The polymer superglue forms is very strong, making the glue very difficult to tear apart once it has set. Intermolecular forces (such as Van der ...