white carbon black

white carbon black

[′wīt ′kär·bən ′blak]
(materials)
A white silica powder made from silicon tetrachloride; used as a replacement for carbon black in rubber compounding.
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The effect of acid leaching depends on the calcination degree and will influence the quality of white carbon black directly.
Study on preparation of white carbon black from deoiled residue of oil shale // Mining and Metallurgy.
com/research/f1a06f/china_white_carbon) has announced the addition of the "China White Carbon Black Market Report, 2010-2011" report to their offering.
In recent years, the white carbon black industry has presented vigorous development in China.
Rubber industry, the main consumer of white carbon black, occupies about 74% of the total consumption.
The growth potential of the white carbon black demand from the rubber industry including shoemaking, rubber tube, rubber belt, and electrical wire & cable is limited, on account of mature development in these fields.
Currently, most of the precipitated silica produced in China is ordinary white carbon black, which mainly finds application in tyre and shoemaking industries; high value-added products need to be imported in China.