aniline resin

Aniline Resins

Aniline resins are a type of resin that is formed by the reaction of formaldehyde and aromatic amines. The initial step in this reaction, known as hydroxymethylation, occurs in an alkaline environment and produces a basic condensate.
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Urethane resins

Urethane resins

Urethane resins are formed by the condensation reaction of a urethane (carbamate) with an aldehyde. The reaction conditions determine whether a distinct compound or a resin is formed.
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Melamine Resins

Melamine Resins

Melamine reacts with formaldehyde at pH 9–10 to form hexahydroxymethylmelamine. One mole of melamine combines with 6 moles of formaldehyde to produce hexahydroxymethylmelamine.
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urea amino resins

Urea-Formaldehyde Resins

All urea–formaldehyde condensates containing the recurring unit urea-methyl, from monomolecular to high molecular products. During the 1970s, multiple revelations emerged regarding the composition of urea–formaldehyde resins.
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uses of amino resins

Uses of Amino Resins

Amino resins are a versatile class of materials with a wide range of applications. They are typically formed by the reaction of an amine with a formaldehyde, and can be further modified with a variety of other additives.
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urea amino resins

Amino Resins

Amino resins are condensation polymers formed by the reaction of carbonyl compounds with compounds containing amino, imino, or amide groups. The reaction releases water, and the resulting products are oligomers, also known as prepolymers.
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