Definition of Plastisol

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plastisol

plastide
plastidial
plastidozoa
plastids
plastidule
plastidules
plastifier
plastifiers
plastin
plastinate
plastinated
plastination
plastins
plastique
plastiques
plastisol (current term)
plastisols
plastochromanol-3
plastochromenol-8
plastocyanin
plastocyanins
plastogamy
plastoglobule
plastoglobuli
plastography
plastome
plastoquinol-plastocyanin oxidoreductase
plastoquinone
plastoquinone-9
plastoquinones

Literary usage of Plastisol

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1. HVAC and Chemical Resistance Handbook for the Engineer and Architect: A ...by Tom Arimes by Tom Arimes (1994)
"Vinyls: All vinyls listed in the chart, ie two coats, five coats, or plastisol, are thermoplastic material. Generally resistant to most organic and ..."

2. Approaches for the Remediation of Federal Facility Sites Contaminated with by Edwin Barth (1994)
"... propellants can be plastisol-bound (high NC) or polymer-bound (low NC). lf a binder is used, it usually is an isocyanate-cured polyester or polyether. ..."

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