Polyurethane varnish materials based on diphenylolpropane

  title={Polyurethane varnish materials based on diphenylolpropane},
  author={S. E. Mitrofanova and Indira N. Bakirova and Lubov A. Zenitova and A. R. Galimzyanova and E. S. Nefed’ev},
  journal={Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry},
Polyurethane varnish materials based on diphenylolpropane were synthesized. The properties of the varnishes and coatings obtained were studied in relation to the nature and ratio of the starting compounds. 
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