It is produced by the exothermic reactions between alcohols with two or more reactive hydroxyl (-OH) groups per molecule (diols, triols, polyols) and isocyanates that have more than one reactive isocyanate group (-NCO) per molecule (diisocyanates and polyisocyanates).
Isocyanates and Oxygenates, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Solvents, and Other Organics ## Table ##: Chlorine End Use Market by Category in North America (2014) - Percentage Share Breakdown by Value Sales for Chlorinated Intermediates, Epichlorohydrin, Inorganics, MDI, Polycarbonates, Propylene O
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Various additives include dicarboxyl, glycol, butanediol, high molecular weight polyether, polyethylene glycol oxalate, polycarbonate diols, polycaprolactone glycol, non-aroma isocyanate, and crosslinkers, such as Desmodur RFE RC, N##, and L##k.