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The need for British firms to urgently develop production and marketing strategies in preparation for Britain's entry to the Common Market, and the way in which the Department of Trade and Industry's Export Services Division can assist in this objective, have been stressed in several notices put...
Industrial cellulose nitrate, sometimes called pyroxylin, collodion cotton or nitrocotton, is made by treating cellulose in the form of cotton inters threads or woodpulp with a large excess of mixed nitric and sulphuric acid controlled to fine limits as regards strength of acid and the time and...
Two instruments have been developed by the Chemistry Department of the University of Nottingham. The gas sampling valve, which is connected to conventional gas handling equipment, has been designed to permit the introduction of volatile samples into a gas chromatograph without interruption of...
Urethane polymers may be separated into three main types, which are briefly outlined here, but for the purpose of this article only the third section is relevant
Probably because the atmospheric corrosion of metals is always associated with the presence of water, the idea of using waterborne coatings to give protection against corrosion has still not achieved general acceptance. Despite the considerable quantities of aqueous solution primers used in car...
The most important component of a coating is the resin all other components simply modify the resin. Solvents affect the flow, pigments give decorative effects and aid economy the physical and chemical properties of the resins used are the principal differences in various paint systems
Laboratory and limited field tests have been run on some new resins from Rohm and Haas. Samples are now available for customers to conduct their own evaluations
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