NYSCC Chapter Meeting – June 10, 2015
Learn about “Green Chemistry” from our speakers Robert Coots and Ewelina Pitusiak while riding aboard the Aqua Azul Yacht …
ONLINE REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE
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EVENT CHAIR: Kim Burch & John Goffredo
WHERE: Aqua Azul Yacht – Lincoln Harbor Yacht Club
PHONE: (201) 319-5100
ADDRESS: 1500 Harbor Boulevard, Weehawken, NJ
DIRECTIONS: NJ Route 3 east or NJ Turnpike to Interstate 495 East. Take the exit toward Weehawken/Hoboken. Proceed onto S Marginal Highway. Turn Right onto JF Kennedy Blvd. Turn Left onto 19th Street. Continue onto Harbor Blvd.
Online Registration ends June 9th at 8:00 pm
COST: $40.00 per person
The Aqua Azul boards at 6:00 pm from Lincoln Harbor Yacht Club and departs dock at 6:30 pm. The boat returns at 9:30.
Applications of Maleic Anhydride Chemistry in Skin Care, Biomedical Devices, and Transdermal Delivery – Part III
By Roger L. McMullen
In the first two articles of this series we discussed several applications of maleic anhydride chemistry to phenomenon occurring in skin. Numerous examples of the use of maleic anhydride and its derivatives can be found in patent publications and the literature. Polymers of maleic anhydride are especially well known for their bioadhesive properties, and are used extensively in the biomedical industry. Somewhat related, the same types of polymers found their way into personal care adhesive strips designed to remove unwanted keratotic debris. In a much different application, maleic anhydride derivatives made headway into antiperspirant formulations where they help to reduce the concentration of aluminum salts. Transdermal drug delivery is another explosive area where hydrogels made of maleic anhydride polymers act as key ingredients of the delivery formulation …. MORE
2-Day Rheology Class on March 19-20, 2015 at Princeton University
Special thanks to Joe Alabnese (NYSCC event organizer) and Dr. Hemi Nae of Hydan Technologies who brought his acclaimed 2-day Practical Rheology Course to Princeton, NJ. The study and measurement of rheological properties was the study subject for chemists, formulators and other scientists interested in the personal care industry. Joining Hemi were instrument vendors explaining their rheometers.