POLYALCOHOL

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
LUNAFINE Kao Kabushiki Kaisha 14-10, Nihonbashi Kayabacho 1-chome
JP
Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8210
Japan
Concrete additives
XR-2000 Baroid Technology, Inc. 3000 North Sam Houston Pkwy. East
Houston TX 77032
polyalcohol for use in drilling muds
 

Where the owner name is not linked, that owner no longer owns the brand

   
Technical Examples
  1. A method for inhibiting formation of hydrocarbon hydrates in mixtures of water and a hydrate-forming guest molecule involves adding a reaction product to the mixtures in an effective amount to inhibit formation of the hydrocarbon hydrates under conditions otherwise effective to form the hydrocarbon hydrates in the absence of the reaction product. The product is made by the reaction of first reactant that is an amine or polyamine, or alcohol or polyalcohol, with a second, aldehyde reactant and a third reactant that is an alcohol or polyalcohol or, an amide or polyamide. Preferably, if the first and third reactants are both an alcohol or both a polyalcohol, they are not the same. A non-limiting example of a suitable amine would be a fatty alkyl amine, while formaldehyde would be a non-limiting of a suitable aldehyde and polyacrylamide would be a suitable third reactant.