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What are Non-isocyanate Polyurethanes Worth?

SpecialChem / Nov 1, 2010

When both effects on human health and volumes used are considered, isocyanates are probably the most toxic raw materials used in adhesives However, they are toxic for the same reason that they are useful. Isocyanates' high reactivity level makes them an ideal partner for making polymers with low-nucleophilicity polyols, and also makes them harmful.

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