PEG-B?

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Properly speaking, the "B" should be lower case if it is PEG-block- something, but I agree with you that it almost has to be this. I can't imagine a PEG-A, PEG-B, PEG-C unless marketing has really taken over the company. "We can't call it PEG-100, everyone else does that. Let's call it PEG-B, and we can file for WORLDWIDE patents, and trademarks and copyright protection too! We'll start right after we get back from our offsite meeting next week in Bora Bora!" (Sorry, getting way off track and acting way too cynical for someone no where near 70 years of age.)
What was the context in which you ran across this?
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I got the technical support package, which but the only help I found in there was scary: I was right. There is both a PEG-A and a PEG-B! (Maybe I missed my calling, I should have been a marketer. Nah! Not with my golf handicap. I've nearly killed a few people from laughter when they realize that my handicap would be a very good golf score.)
I sent in inquiry asking what the polymers in question are. If I get an answer and it is not a national secret, I'll let you know.
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I got a reply (automated?) that said no further information is available and that they are no longer pursuing partnership opportunites for the technology. Maybe you can get a hold of one of the authors at
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If you ever do find anything out, I'd be curious as to what it is.
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