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Plasticizer

A plasticizer (UK: plasticiser) is a substance that is added to a material to make it softer and more flexible, to increase its plasticity, to decrease its viscosity, or to decrease friction during its handling in manufacture.. Plasticizers are commonly added to polymers such as plastics and rubber, either to facilitate the handling of the raw material during fabrication, or to meet the ...

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plasticizer - an overview | sciencedirect topics

Plasticizer - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

A plasticizer that is compatible with PVC and exhibits low volatility, good permanence, and high efficiency is referred to as a primary plasticizer. A secondary plasticizer has the opposite characteristics of a primary plasticizer. The amount of plasticizer needed to obtain a certain hardness or elongation is a measure of its efficiency.

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thermal properties of charring plasticizers from the

Thermal properties of charring plasticizers from the

Owing to its high level of chlorine, PVC is not flammable (limiting oxygen index of 45). However, addition of a plasticizer usually imparts appreciable flammability. The plasticizer is often volatilized from the polymer when it is exposed to heat. In general, plasticizers burn readily and may be the source of the flammability of formulated ...

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c-4 (explosive)

C-4 (explosive)

C-4 or Composition C-4 is a common variety of the plastic explosive family known as Composition C, which uses RDX as its explosive agent. C-4 is composed of explosives, plastic binder, plasticizer to make it malleable, and usually a marker or odorizing taggant chemical. C-4 has a texture similar to modelling clay and can be molded into any desired shape. C-4 is metastable and can be exploded ...

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soyanol™ - soy technologies

Soyanol™ - Soy Technologies

Not only can our lacquer thinner base be used for thinning lacquers, clear varnishes and other coatings, it provides the ... Permanent, non-leaching plasticizer Non-Toxic, Non-flammable, and No Odors Replaces standard Coalescence and Plasticizers with 1 product ... • High efficiency reduces amount of product required

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phthalate

Phthalate

Plasticizers contribute 10-60% of total weight of plasticized products. More recently in Europe and the US, regulatory developments have resulted in a change in phthalate consumption, with the higher phthalates (DINP and DIDP) replacing DEHP as the general purpose plasticizer of choice because DIDP and DINP were not classified as hazardous.

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bioplasticizer - an overview | sciencedirect topics

Bioplasticizer - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Allen D. Godwin, in Applied Plastics Engineering Handbook (Second Edition), 2017 24.14 Other Plasticizers. This category includes a variety of different plasticizers including polyol esters, nonepoxy bioplasticizers, and miscellaneous plasticizers.. In 2005, Danisco introduced their new bioplasticizer, Soft-n-Safe (SNS).

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celluloid

Celluloid

History. Celluloid originated in 1856, when Alexander Parkes created Parkesine, generally considered the first thermoplastic. In 1869, Daniel Spill, who had taken over Parkes' firm, renamed Parkesine as Xylonite.In the same year, John Wesley Hyatt patented at the US Patent Office as Celluloid. Celluloid was easily molded and shaped, and it was first widely used as an ivory replacement.

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8 hardwood floor finishes and their pros & cons - bob vila

8 Hardwood Floor Finishes and Their Pros & Cons - Bob Vila

Oil-based polyurethane consists of linseed oil, synthetic resins, and plasticizers. Its strength and durability make it a popular finish for commercial properties, but many homeowners like to use ...

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petroleum jelly

Petroleum jelly

Petroleum jelly, petrolatum, white petrolatum, soft paraffin, or multi-hydrocarbon, CAS number 8009-03-8, is a semi-solid mixture of hydrocarbons (with carbon numbers mainly higher than 25), originally promoted as a topical ointment for its healing properties.. After petroleum jelly became a medicine chest staple, consumers began to use it for cosmetic purposes and for many ailments including ...

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