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opacifier

[ō′pas·ə‚fī·ər]
(materials)
A substance, used to treat a solid rocket propellant, that absorbs light and heat and protects the propellant from deterioration until ready for use.
A material used in ceramic glazes and vitreous enamels to render them nontransparent and to improve other properties.
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2] concentration increased, again illustrating titanium dioxide's superior opacifying power.
This capacity is the filler's opacifying efficiency, which is a function of particle size, shape, and refractive index.
Suited for engineering thermoplastics, dyes can be used with opacifying agents to replace heavy-metal pigments.
Ropaque[TM] is an example of Rohm and Haas technology that has a measurable environmental impact - a typical reformulation with Ropaque[TM] technology opacifying polymer results in up to 8% lower emission of gaseous components;
of a co-surfactant constituent selected from the group consisting of nonionic, cationic, amphoteric, zwitterionic surfactants, and mixtures thereof; one or more constituents selected from the group consisting of coloring agents, fragrances and fragrance solubilizers, viscosity modifying agents thickeners, pH adjusting agents and pH buffers, optical brighteners, opacifying agents, hydrotropes, abrasives, and preservatives; and water.
It is comprised of at least one prepaint x, comprised of at least one opacifying pigment; at least one prepaint y, comprised of at least one extender pigment; and at least one prepaint z, comprised of at least one polymer binder; wherein at least one of the prepaints is a solid; and dispensing predetermined amounts of the prepaints into containers or application devices to form at least one paint lines, wherein the method further includes the step of mixing an associative thickener with at least one of the prepaints.
Suited for engineering thermoplastics, Macrolex dyes may be used with opacifying agents to replace heavy-metal pigments.
Acyclic Amides - Adrenal Cortical Hormones - Aminophylline - Antibiotics - Aspirin - Bandages - Basic Pharmaceuticals - Blood - Blood-grouping Reagents - Caffeine - Cinchona - Contraceptive Preparations - Cyclic Amides - Dental Cements - Ephedrines - Gauze - Glands - Glycosides - Heterocyclic Compounds - Hormones - Hydantoin - Hydroxides - Insulin - Lactones - Lysine - NICE - Nicotine - Opacifying Preparations - Opium - Organs - OTC Pharmaceuticals - Paracetamol - Penicillins - Pharmaceutical Preparations - Pituitary - PPRS - Prescription Only - Provitamins - Pure Sugars - Quaternary Ammonium Salts - Rye Ergot - Salicylic Acid - Sterile Suture Materials - Streptomycins - Steroids - Sulphonamides - Tetracyclines - Theophylline - Vegetable Alkaloids - Vitamins - Wadding
Other recent rollouts include Opulyn PQG Opacifier, a versatile distinct opacifying technology that allows formulators to create creamy conditioning body washes, shampoos and liquid hand soaps.
Brand name products include Covergloss(R) clay, Hubersorb(R) fillers, Hubersil(R) silicon dioxide, Hysafe(R) synthetic hydrotalcite, Micral(R) alumina trihydrate, Onyx Elite(R) cultured marble or onyx, Optisil(R) pigments, Polykap(R) rubber compounds, Sampaque(R) opacifying agents, Solem(R) flame retardants and Zeodent(R) dentifrice abrasive.