In the first step, a given isocyanate adduct based on bi- or tri- or tetra-functionality (in solution form) was reacted with the caprolactone based 'eol' (dissolved in a mixture of butyl acetate and 2-ethoxyethanol (in 60:40 ratio)) followed by hydroxyester until 50% of the isocyanate functionalities of the adducts were consumed.
What does EE stand for?
EE stands for 2-Ethoxyethanol (ether)
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- Economic Development Zone
- Electricite de Zahle (French: Electricity of Zahle; Zahle, Lebanon)
- Elektro Dienstleistungs Zentrum (German: Electronic Service Center; Switzerland)
- Emission Density Zoning
- European Dead Zone (gaming)
- Excavation Damaged Zone
- Excavation Disturbed or Damaged Zone
- Extended Double Zepp (amateur radio antenna)
- Enterprise Development Zone Agency (Florida)
- Economic Development Zone Rider (New York; electric rates discount)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Chemical Intermediates group revised and balloted the following standards and specifications: D 304, "Specification for n-Butyl Alcohol," D 331 "Specification for 2-Ethoxyethanol," D 770 "Specification for Isopropyl Alcohol," D 1007 "Specification for Sec.
Toxicity Studies of Ethylene Glycol Ethers: 2-Methoxyethanol, 2-Ethoxyethanol, 2-Butoxyethanol (CAS Nos.