CTMS

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AcronymDefinition
CTMSCorporate Travel Management Solutions (various locations)
CTMSClinical Trial Management System
CTMSCalifornia Traditional Music Society
CTMSContainer Terminal Management System
CTMSClinical Trials Management Software
CTMSConstrained Tree Migration Scheme
CTMSCarrier Transmission Measuring System
CTMSChlorotrimethylsilane
CTMSComponent Transaction Monitor
CTMSCisco Telepresence Multipoint Switch
CTMSComputerized Transportation Management System (Texas Department of Transportation)
CTMSComputerized Training Management System
CTMSCentral Traffic Management System (aviation)
CTMSCoal Transportation Management System
CTMSCommercial Teleoperator Maneuvering System
CTMSCarrier Transmission Maintenance System (Alcatel)
CTMSCustom Thunder Motor-Sports (Saskatchewan, Canada)
CTMSContact Tracking Management System (Medicaid)
CTMSCentral Transaction Monitoring System (software)
CTMSContinuous Temperature Monitoring System
CTMSChuckle To Myself Silently
CTMSClinton Township Middle School (Clinton, NJ)
CTMSContinuous-Time Model Simulation (mathematical model-building)
CTMSChanging Times Music Services (Colorado)
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We studied the variation of solvent in a known process of functionalizing glass surfaces with chlorotrimethylsilane (CTMS).
Abbreviations: BSTFA, N,O-bis(trimethylsily)trifluoroacetamide; El, electron ionization; FBS, foetal bovine serum; GC-MS, gas chromatography-mass spectrometry; NCI, National Cancer Institute; SRB, sulforhodamine B; TCA, trichloroacetic acid; TMCS, chlorotrimethylsilane; TMSi, trimethylsilyl.
Nagendrappa, "Reactions of 1,2dihalocycloalkenes with alkali metals in presence of chlorotrimethylsilane. Reductive carbon-carbon bond cleavage in five membered homocyclic system," Tetrahedron, vol.
In brief, hydrolyzed channel surfaces were silanized with chlorodimethyloctylsilane and chlorotrimethylsilane. Subsequently, a layer of polyvinylpyrrolidone was covalently bonded to the silanized channel surface.
The research in this report is being undertaken to compare the effectiveness to functionalize glass surfaces with long chain silanes versus a short chain moiety, chlorotrimethylsilane (Si (CH3)3 Cl) (CTMS).
A homogenous solution of 4.5 g polysulfone in 75 mL chloroform was first placed in a 250-mL flask, into which paraformaldehyde (3 g) and chlorotrimethylsilane (12 mL) were introduced and dissolved.
A mixture of commercial paraformaldehyde with an equimolar amount of chlorotrimethylsilane (M[e.sub3]SiCl) as a chloromethylation agent and stannic tetrachloride (SnC[l.sub.4]) as a catalyst was used for the chloromethylation reaction of PSF at 50[degrees]C.
Mixture of commercial paraformaldehyde with an equimolar amount of chlorotrimethylsilane ([Me.sub.3]SiCl), as a chloromethylation agent, and stannic tetrachloride (Sn[Cl.sub.4]), as a catalyst, were used for the chloromethylation reaction of polysulfone at 50[degrees]C.
The inherent viscosity of the polyimide synthesized was double in the presence of chlorotrimethylsilane (TMSCI) compared with that of the polyimide made without the activator.