Vinyl

A synthetic thermoplastic resin used to make single pack paints which dry by solvent evaporation.

Vinyl

A plastic material used by some window manufacturers.

vinyl

  1. a univalent chemical radical derived from ethylene
  2. shiny and tough and flexible plastic; used especially for floor coverings

Vinyl

In chemistry, vinyl or ethenyl is the functional group −CH=CH2, namely the ethylene molecule (H2C=CH2) minus one hydrogen atom. The name is also used for any compound containing that group, namely R−CH=CH2 where R is any other group of atoms. An industrially important example is vinyl chloride, precursor to PVC, a plastic commonly known as vin...
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Vinyl

• (n.) The hypothetical radical C2H3, regarded as the characteristic residue of ethylene and that related series of unsaturated hydrocarbons with which the allyl compounds are homologous.
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vinyl

(vi´nәl) the univalent group CH2dbondCHsbond from vinyl alcohol.
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vinyl

vinyl group noun a univalent chemical radical derived from ethylene
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vinyl

[Noun] A type of plastic. Sometimes ‘vinyl’ is used to mean records (Lp’s and singles).
Example: Records are made from vinyl.
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Vinyl

Vi'nyl noun [ Latin vinum wine + - yl .] (Chemistry) The hypothetical radical C 2 H 3 , regarded as the characteristic residue of ethylene and that related series of unsaturated hydrocarbons with which the allyl compounds are homologous.
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Vinyl

A fiber formed from polymerized vinyl compounds.
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Vinyl

A polymer made by linking ethylene (CH2=CH2) or substituted ethylene molecules together.
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vinyl

A resin with poor adhesion but good hardness, flexibility and resistance. Used for swimming pools, tank linings and marine equipment.
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vinyl

A resin with poor adhesion but good hardness, flexibility and resistance. Used for swimming pools, tank linings and marine equipment.
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Vinyl

A resin with poor adhesion but good hardness, flexibility and resistance. Used for swimming pools, t
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Vinyl

A synthetic fabric made from PVC which resembles leather.
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Vinyl

A thin material used to line STAR CASES. For certain applications, vinyl can be bonded to various foam densities to isolate contents from contacting inner foam lining.
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vinyl

a type of plastic (usually PVC) used to make products such as fruit juice bottles, credit cards, pipes and hoses.
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vinyl

a type of plastic (usually PVC) used to make products such as fruit juice bottles, credit cards, pipes and hoses.
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vinyl

Man-made material that is non-porous plastic, tough, flexible, shiny, elastic, and can be transparent. Used for fabric coating and to produce materials resembling leather for boots, gloves, shoes, etc. Vinal fibers are used because of its flame resistant properties such as childrens sleepwear. Also resilient to insects and microorganisms. Oddly, vi...
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vinyl

polyethylene. A polymer made by linking ethylene (CH2=CH2) or substituted ethylene molecules together.
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Vinyl

See Polyvinyl Chloride
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vinyl

Type: Term Pronunciation: vī′nĭl Definitions: 1. The hydrocarbon radical, CH2=CH-. Synonyms: ethenyl
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Vinyl

Vinyl is slang for gramophone records.
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vinyl

[n] - a univalent chemical radical derived from ethylene 2. [n] - shiny and tough and flexible plastic
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