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Terylene

Definition of the noun Terylene

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noun - plural:

  • terylene: terylenes
  • Terylene: Terylenes

  1. A polymer, polyethylene terephthalate PET, as used for making thread and cloth.

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Google previewAQA GCSE (9-1) Chemistry Student Book (2016)

by Richard Grime, Nora Henry

Band 3 Highertier only 8 Terylene is a condensation polymer.

Google previewCourse In Chem For Iit-Jee 2010

by Tmh

Terylene is a step- growth polymer. 5. Isoprene (2-methyl-l, 3-butadiene) is the monomer of natural rubber. 6.

Google previewTextbook of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry (2012)

by Biren Shah, Avinash Seth

Terylene is a polyester fibre produced by condensating ethylene glycol with terephthalic acid. Its chemical formula may be represented as: H[OCH 2 CH 2 OOCC 6 H 4 CO] n OH. Terylene fibres are pre pared byan identical processtothat for ...

Google previewMcqs Chemistry - Revised And Updated (Includes Pre Solved Papers Of Five Years) (2006)

by V. K. Ahluwalia

Terylene is a polymer of:- a. Hexamethylene diamine and adi- pic acid b. Vinyl chloride and formaldehyde c. Ethylene glycol and terephthalic acid d. Melamine and formaldehyde 17. Proteins are built up from a. a-amino acids b. b-amino acids ...

Google previewExel Withtm Objective Questions In Organic Chemistry

by S.K. Khanna; N.K. Verma; B. Kapila

Terylene is a condensation polymer of ethylene glycol and (a) Benzoic acid (b) Phthallic acid (c) Salicylic acid (d) Terephthalic acid. (CBSE PMT) 44. Teflon, styron and neoprene are all (a) Co-polymers (b) Condensation (c) Homopolymers (d) ...

Google previewGoyal’s IIT FOUNDATION COURSE CHEMISTRY (2014)

For Class-10 by A. Ramakrishna

Terylene is a polyester fibre formed by condensing terephthalic acid with ethylene glycol. Terephthalic acid is Ethylene glycol is HO–CH2–CH2–OH Mechanism of polymerisation Properties of polyester It is a thermoplastic polymer . It can be ...

Google previewVictims of Development (1993)

Resistance and Alternatives by Jeremy Seabrook

Terylene is a by-product of petroleum. It arrives in the factory in great bales, whiter than raw cotton. The material has to be broken down, and this is done by a machine that sucks it through green metal tubes and transfers it upwards to the next ...

Google preview"O" Level Study Guide - Chemistry Quite Easily Done

Nylon / Terylene is a man-made fibre.

Google previewThe Pearson Complete Guide For Aieee 2/e

by Khattar

Terylene is a condensation polymer of ethylene glycol ...

Google previewExcel With Objective Questions In Chemistry (2006)

by Prof. S. K. Khanna, Dr. N. K. Verma, Dr. B. Kapila

Terylene is a condensation polymer of ethylene glycol and (a) Benzoic acid (b) Phthallic acid (c) Salicylic acid (d) Terephthalic acid. (CBSE PMT) 44. Teflon, styron and neoprene are all (a) Co-polymers (b) Condensation (c) Homopolymers (d) ...

Google previewCXC Chemistry (1985)

by Jacqueline Fergusson, Richard Hart

Terylene is a polyester, and polyesters are discussed on pages 420-421. The different types of fibre have different properties because they have different chemical compositions. For example, natural animal and vegetable fibres absorb water, ...

Google previewPolymers (1991)

Chemistry and Physics of Modern Materials, 2nd Edition by J.M.G. Cowie

Terylene is an important polyester. It exhibits high resilience, durability, and low moisture absorption, properties which contribute to its desirable "wash and wear" characteristics. The harsh feel of the fibre, caused by the stiffness of the chain, ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of the History of Technology (2002)

by Ian McNeil

ICI evaluated this in 1943 and the possibilities of Terylene, as it was named, were realized; commercial production at ICI's Wilton plant started in 1955, with the result that most people wear some garment made from ...

Google previewThe Rosen Comprehensive Dictionary of Chemistry (2007)

by John O. E. Clark, William Hemsley

Dacron, Terylene). Alternative name: benzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid. See also ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry (2017)

by Francesca Sterlacci, Joanne Arbuckle

This resulted in the creation of the polyester fiber known in England as Terylene. Terylene was the first polyester manufactured by Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI), and in 1946 DuPont bought all legal rights from ICI. In 1951, DuPont ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Science (2017)

by Jonathan Law

Terylene Trade ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Fashion History (2010)

by Valerie Cumming, C. W. Cunnington, P. E. Cunnington

Terylene Period: 20th century onwards. The tradename for the polyester fibre discovered by UK chemists in 1941 and eventually sold to American manufacturers by ICI. It was used for clothing alongside the earlier nylon. The Union Period: ...

Google previewInstant encyclopaedia of geography. 5. Commercial geography (1993)

by Shatrughna P. Sinha

The British-invented terylene is probably the most useful of all the modern artificial fibres. These non- cellulosic fibres are largely replacing rayon. In 1956- 57 the United States, Japan, and Britain were the leading producers. FLAX The flax ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of 20th-Century Technology (2005)

by Colin Hempstead, William Worthington

This wasthebasis of thefiber Terylene,a linearpolyester, polyethylene terephthalate. In 1942, glassreinforced polyester was usedinthe manufacture of boats. The discovery of polythene, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design (1976)

Volume 1 - Abrasives to Acrylonitrile by John J. McKetta Jr

Terylene (ICI).

Google previewBlackie’s Dictionary of Chemistry

by Blackie

nylon, terylene, etc. Fibringen Fibringon Protein present in animals. Protein presentin silk fibres.

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Chemoetymology (2006)

The Whys and Whences of Chemical Nomenclature and Terminology by Alexander Senning

tertiomycin derived from tertiary and -mycin terylene coined by contraction of the name poly[ethylene terephthalate] TES C6 H15NO6S, an abbreviation for N[ tris(hydroxymethyl)methyl]-2-amino-ethanesulfonic acid testosterone C19 H28O2 , ...

Google previewThe Complete Costume Dictionary (2011)

by Elizabeth J. Lewandowski

Terylene threde three-decker three-fold linen button three-seamer three-stories- and-a-basement thrum cap thrummed hat thymel ticket pocket tie-back skirt tight- slacks Tilbury hat tlws toby ruff tourterelle Trafalgar turban Trilby hat trocadero ...

Google previewSasol Encyclopaedia of Science and Technology (2004)

by G.C. Gerrans, P. Hartmann-Petersen, Rasmus Hartmann-Petersen

Terylene® is an example of a polyester. poly(ethene) See polythene. polyethylene See polythene. polygamous 1. Bearing male, female and hermaphrodite flowers on the same or different plants. 2. Having more than one mate. polygene Any ...

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