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|Japanese to English translations [PRO]|
|Japanese term or phrase: 脱酢酸|
|This term appears regularly in a translation on adesives|
|acetic acid elimination|
I assume you're familiar with epoxy adhesives (like Araldite, which you can buy in the UK), where you have to mix two chemicals together to form a glue that gradually sets hard.
Well this term refers to an adhesive where two (or more) compounds combine in a reaction that involves the elimination of acetic acid groups (-C2H2COOH) from one or more of these compounds. The acetic acid is then either left as a by-product, or neutralized by some other compound added to the mixture.
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Acetic acid remover
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