MEK

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See also: mek, -mek, and ΜΕΚ

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MEK

  1. (organic chemistry) Initialism of methyl ethyl ketone.
  2. (surfing) The chemical Initialism of methyl ethyl ketone peroxide., used as a catalyst to harden the fibreglass resin in surfboard manufacture and repair. Strictly speaking the abbreviation would be MEKP, but the shorthand MEK is frequently found.
    • 1973, William Desmond Nelson, Surfing: A Handbook, page 220:
      catalyst: A chemical that makes the polyester resin harden, usually MEK (methyl-ethyl-ketone)
  3. Initialism of mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase.

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