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Trime

A nickname of a three cent-coin in the United States. Trimes have not been minted since the 1800s.
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During the reaction, the mass fraction of the NCO group, residual content of ADI and HDI monomer, and the trimer content were measured by titration using the di-n-butyl amine method, GC, and GPC, respectively.
Table 2: Description of HDI isocyanurate Isocyanate used Molecular Isocyanate Functionality Equivalent weight value weight HDI Trimer 504.60 21.8 3.5 193 IPDI Trimer 763.1 17.5 3.4 247 Synthesis of polyester polyol
As inputs to the model, the molecular weight of the oligomer was taken to be the average of cyclic trimer and cyclic tetramer (ca.
Styrene dimers and trimers showed weak inhibitory effect on the binding of fluorescein [E.sub.2] to hER[alpha] at 5 [micro] mol/L, and their binding abilities were < 30% in this assay.
(2005) reported the absorption and metabolism of catechin and proanthocyanidins up to trimers in urine following the oral intake of GSE.
Hereafter cells were incubated in triplicate with increasing concentrations [0.001-1.000 nM] of competitor solution (50 [micro]L of metal-bound ([[sup.nat]Ga]) mono-, di-, and trimer as well as DOTA- MG11 as reference diluted in 20 mM HEPES, 10 mM Mg[Cl.sub.2] and 0.1% BSA).
The term for the vapor pressure of the condensed phase in (1) is equated to sum of equilibrium vapor pressure of monomer, dimer, and trimer species.
Mass spectrometry shows distinct peaks for the monomer, dimer, trimer, tetramer, pentamer, hexamer, and septamer in A[beta]42 solution without OPP (Figure 3(a)).
In ULTRA[R] thin-film coatings, different blends of polyaspartics with HDI trimers have been tried to achieve right dry times and individual film properties.
Summary: Carisphthalate, a new cyclic trimer of ethylene terephthalate (1) along with [beta]-sitosterol (2), 6-hydroxy-7-methoxycoumarin (3), ursolic acid (4), epigenin (5), luteolin (6) and [beta]-sitosterol 3-O-[beta]-D-glucopyarnoside (7) have been isolated from the methanolic extract of the aerial parts of Carissa opaca.
(27.) Borghi-Silva A, Trimer R, Mendes RG, Arena RA, Schwartzmann PV.