acetate (ester), propanoate (ester) (INNCN
acetate (ester), octadecanoate (ester) (INNCN
benetonide (INNRG) N-benzoyl-2-methyl-β-alanine (ester), acetonide (INNCN
t-butyl ester, tertiary butyl ester
butyrate (ester), propionate (ester) (INNCN
The invention relates to a method of treating a mixture (5) containing at least one ester compound having at least one ester bond, in order to enable a dissociation of the ester bond and a re-esterification of the ester compound.
The interpolymer may include an ester group (C) which is a carboxylic ester group having no more than 7 aliphatic carbon atoms in the ester group.
In the presence of a cyanate ester resin the aromatic cyanate ester silane acts as a coupling agent to improve the adhesion of the cyanate ester to a substrate.
In the process, a fluorinated ester compound having a decomposable ester bond is decomposed at the ester bond to obtain a decomposition product.
The ester compound is preferably an ester of polycarboxylic acid, such as an ester of oxalate, citrate, or ethylenediamine tetraacetate.
The tryptophanyl ester or its N-acyl derivative are preferably tryptophanoctyl ester, N-oleol-tryptophan ethyl ester or N-dodecanoyl-tryptophan ethyl ester.
The PEA polymer blend has a Tg above the Tg of poly(ester amide benzyl ester ) (PEA-Bz) or the Tg of poly(ester amide TEMPO).
The fatty acid esters might also include fatty acid ethyl ester, fatty acid glycerol ester and fatty acid trimethylolpropane ester.
The poly(ß-thioether ester) can be produced by contacting a thiol ester composition and an a,ß-unsaturated ester to produce a mixture and then heating the mixture to produce the poly(ß-thioether ester).
Lauric arginate ethyl ester; lauramide arginine ethyl ester; ethyl-Να-lauroyl-L-arginate·HCl; LAE
The composition may include a carbonate, a dibasic ester and a mono-ester.