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Shin-Nakamura Chemicals

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Shin-Nakamura Chemicals
1206PE is an ethoxylated polypropyreneglycol dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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14G is a poly (ethylene glycol) (600) dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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1G is an ethylene glycol dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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23G is a poly (ethylene glycol) (1000) dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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2G is a diethylene glycol dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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3G is a triethyleneglycol dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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4G is a poly (ethylene glycol) (200) dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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701 is a 2-hydroxy-1,3-dimethacryloxy-propane. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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701 is a 2-hydroxy-1-acryloxy-3-methadryloxy propane. It is a bifunctional acrylate... view more
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9G is a poly (ethylene glycol) (400) dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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9PG is a poly (propylene glycol) (400) dimethacrylate. It is a bifunctional methacrylate... view more
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A-1000 is a poly (ethylene glycol) (1000) diacrylate. It is a bifunctional acrylate... view more
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A-200 is a poly (ethylene glycol) (200) diacrylate. It is a bifunctional acrylate... view more
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A-400 is a poly (ethylene glycol) (400) diacrylate. It is a bifunctional acrylate... view more
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A-600 is a poly (ethylene glycol) (600) diacrylate. It is a bifunctional acrylate... view more
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