dihydric alcohol

NOUN
  1. any of a class of alcohols having 2 hydroxyl groups in each molecule
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How To Use dihydric alcohol In A Sentence

  • Aliphatic dihydric alcohols are known as glycols.
  • Of the four dihydric alcohols, ethylene glycol was superior to the other three alcohols in the smoothness and color of the deposit and the cathodic current efficiency.
  • Polyurethanes are created from dihydric alcohols and diisocyanate monomers.
  • Amongst _aromatic alcohols_ the dihydric alcohols show characteristic behaviour; the latter combine with sulphonic acids with the elimination of water, condensation taking place without formaldehyde, and the resulting products being soluble in water and possessing tannoid properties. Synthetic Tannins
  • Polyurethanes are created from dihydric alcohols and diisocyanate monomers.
  • They also demonstrated its close relationship with pregnanediol, a physiologically inactive dihydric alcohol which Butenandt and Marrian had found independently of one another in the urine of pregnant women. Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1939 - Presentation Speech
  • The method and the condition of separation epoxy ethane from dihydric alcohol are described.
  • The aromatic dihydric alcohols are easily condensed with the different sulphonic acids and yield valuable tanning matters. Synthetic Tannins
  • This early work was based on toluene diisocyanate reacted with dihydric alcohols.
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