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Acetate

A derivative of acetic acid. Acetate is found in a number of chemical compounds with a wide variety of commercial uses. Notably, sodium acetate is used in textiles and processed foods, among other things. See also: Acetate Proof.
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In spite of utmost importance of the thermogravimetric (TG) behavior of dextran and dextran acetates, there have been few reports on dextran-coated materials [10] where only TG curves were shown.
The plant will be designed as a swing facility to produce butyl acetate as well.
Use of styrene acrylate latex to replace acetate and acrylic latex without sacrificing gluability.
The last line offered is derived from cumyl phenol and is available as either glycidylether or acetate for use as a reactive diluent and flexibilizer for epoxies, PVC, and urethanes.
China's manganese acetate industry has developed rapidly in the past few years, driven by the expansion of the PTA industry.
Zinc acetate, a common chemical, has large capacity in China, but output is much smaller, as domestic applications haven't been fully expanded.
Inexpensive, calcium acetate was once a common starting material of acetone before the cumene process was developed.
China's ammonium acetate has been characterized with the following features in 2008, including decreased price, relatively low profit, overcapacity etc.
1 Brief introduction to manganese acetate production
Production and Market of Magnesium Acetate in China
of Acetic Acid in Other Acetates by Geographic Region/Country
Table 27: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for End-Use Application of Acetic Acid in Other Acetates by Geographic Region\Country- US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales in Thousand Tons for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-47