Typical examples of polyacid segments are polyphosphoric acid, polyvinyl sulfonic acid and polyacrylic acid.
What does PAAc stand for?
PAAc stands for Polyacrylic Acid
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- Public Accountants' and Auditors' Board (now Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors; South Africa)
- Pennsylvania Association of Accredited Building Inspectors
- Pan-American Association of Biochemical Societies
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- Parkland Area Aquatics Club (Allentown, PA)
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- Public Affairs Association of Canada
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It is also used to produce polyacrylic acid or cross-linked polyacrylic acid compounds, which are used in the manufacture of super absorbent polymers.
Vive Crop makes them out of chitosans, found naturally in the shells of shrimp and other crustaceans, and polyacrylic acid, the super-absorbent material found in baby diapers.
The water-soluble and/or water-dispersible polymer is selected from the group consisting of polyacrylic acid polymer, polymaleic acid polymer, polyacrylic-maleic copolymer, salts thereof and mixtures thereof; and wherein the water soluble inorganic salt is selected from the group consisting of a carbonate, a silicate and mixtures thereof.
Today's hydrogels are mainly made of synthetic polymers, like polyacrylic acid, polyacrylamide, and so on," notes Erhan, who leads the center's Food and Industrial Oil Research Unit.
1997, "Analysis of complexation equilibria of polyacrylic acid by a Donnan-based concept.
Generally, since polymethacrylic acids exhibit higher glass transition temperature than polyacrylic acids, the reason for those differences of surface morphology is suggested by the influence of packing hindrance for fluorinated side-chain by arrangement of low mobility methacrylate main-chain.
Although less polyacrylic acid was needed to do the same, it lacked the biodegradability of the polyester-based cobuilder.