noun Date: 1944 a polyamide of acrylic acid

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  • Polyacrylamide — (IUPAC poly(2 propenamide) or poly(1 carbamoylethylene)) is a polymer ( CH2CHCONH2 ) formed from acrylamide subunits that can also be readily cross linked. Acrylamide needs to be handled using good laboratory practices (GLP) to avoid poisonous… …   Wikipedia

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  • polyacrylamide — poliakrilamidas statusas T sritis chemija formulė Formulę žr. priede. priedas( ai) Grafinis formatas atitikmenys: angl. polyacrylamide rus. полиакриламид ryšiai: sinonimas – poli(1 karbamoiletilenas) …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • polyacrylamide — /pol ee euh kril euh muyd , mid, ak reuh lam uyd, id/, n. Chem. a white, solid, water soluble polymer of acrylamide, used in secondary oil recovery, as a thickening agent, a flocculant, and an absorbent, and to separate macromolecules of… …   Universalium

  • polyacrylamide — noun Any of a range of cross linked polymers of acrylamide; used to form soft gels for making contact lenses etc …   Wiktionary

  • polyacrylamide — A branched polymer of acrylamide (H2C=CHCONH2) that is used in gel electrophoresis; e.g., R–CH2–CH(CONH2)–CH(CONHR)CH(CONHR′)–R″. * * * poly·acryl·amide .päl ē ə kril ə .mīd n a polyamide polymer ( CH2CHCONH2 )x derived from acrylic acid * * *… …   Medical dictionary

  • polyacrylamide —    A material used to make electrophoretic gels for separation of mixtures of macromolecules …   Forensic science glossary

  • polyacrylamide — [ˌpɒlɪə krɪləmʌɪd] noun a synthetic resin made by polymerizing acrylamide, especially a water soluble polymer used to form or stabilize gels and as a thickening or clarifying agent …   English new terms dictionary

  • polyacrylamide — poly·acrylamide …   English syllables

  • polyacrylamide — ¦pälēˌ noun Etymology: poly + acrylamide : a polyamide (−CH2CHCONH2−)x of acrylic acid …   Useful english dictionary

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