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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyurethane

The properties of a polyurethane are greatly influenced by the types of isocyanates and polyols used to make it. Long, flexible ...

www.essentialchemicalindustry.org/polymers/polyurethane.html

The physical properties, as well as the chemical structure, of a polyurethane depend on the structure of the original reactants, in particular the R1 and the R2 ...

cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs/38589/InTech-Polyurethane_an_introduction.pdf

Raw materials. PU are formed by chemical reaction between a di/poly isocyanate and a diol or polyol, forming repeating urethane groups, generally, in presence ...

www.cue-inc.com/urethane-glossary.html

Urethane terms glossary: additive aliphatic, ambient temperature cure, aromatic, ... Post curing of polyurethane elastomers promotes completion of the chemical ...

polyurethane.americanchemistry.com/Introduction-to-Polyurethanes

The nature of the chemistry allows polyurethanes to be adapted to solve challenging ... the myriad products and services that polyurethane chemistry provides.

www.cue-inc.com/urethane-basics.html

The cast urethane technology at CUE Inc. is based primarily on two component “ thermosetting”, “prepolymer” chemistry.

pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/urethane

urethane | NH2COOC2H5 or C3H7NO2 | CID 5641 - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological ...

pslc.ws/macrog/uresyn.htm

We can see two typical urethane monomers in 3-D by clicking on the images below. Be sure to close the new window that opens up when you are ready to come ...

www.whatischemistry.unina.it/en/maglpolyuretan.html

Polyurethanes (PU) are synthetic polymers that include urethane groups in their chains. Such groups are formed by reaction of an isocyanate with an alcohol as ...