dispersing agent


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dispersing agent

[də′spərs·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(materials)

dispersing agent

An addition or admixture capable of increasing the fluidity of pastes, mortars, or concrete.
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The method is comprised of applying a silicate urethane paint composition to the structure, wherein the composition is comprised, by weight: approximately 100 parts of a urethane resin,10 to approximately 20 parts of a silicate resin, 10-40 parts of a silicone resin, 100-250 parts of a functional pigment wherein the functional the pigment is comprised of 40-50 parts of Ti02, 30-50 parts of A1203, 20-80 parts of graphite, and 10-30 parts of crosslinkable polystyrene, and 1-2 parts of a functional additive comprising a dispersing agent.
The latest developments are Dispersogen PCE, a polycarboxylate ether suitable for the dispersion of inorganic pigments, and Dispersogen ASO, a star-shaped polymeric dispersing agent for organic pigments.
Furthermore, it is appropriate that the dispersing agent polarity matches that of the polymer matrix, to ensure a good compatibility between the matrix and the dispersing agent.
Test design of fixed dispersed oil suspension formulation mesotrione TC (15%), OF-3472 (3%) dispersing agent and synergistic agent: 6300 (3%), MF-33 (2%), stabilizer, thickener, emulsifier SK04 (1.
The alkoxy-modified silsesquioxane compounds contain an alkoxysilane group that participates in an alkoxysilane-silica reaction as a silica dispersing agent in rubber, with the release of zero to about 0.
They also work as a dispersing agent for any water present in the fuel, reducing the droplets to submicronsize.
The company puts nanotubes with no dispersing agent into a proprietary fluid that they then synthesize.
The Borregaard-Rayonier venture would process the dispersing agent into higher value, environmentally friendly alternatives to petroleum-based chemicals used globally in construction and industrial applications.
Summary: Present experimental work describes the synthesis of (Beta)-dicalcium silicate from rice husk by using dispersing agent during formation of calcium hydro silicate (CSH) gel.
ClickPress, Mon Oct 07 2013] The dispersing agent consumption is estimated to be 3,960 KT in 2013 and will grow at a CAGR of 6.
Among other Clariant products to debut was the benchmark polymeric dispersing agent for agricultural formulations, Dispersogen PSL 100.