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Making Fine Powders Extremely fine and uniform particles, of 550 nanometers, have been produced by a process being developed at Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories. Researchers have used the technique to synthesize new, highly dispersed catalysts with a high surface area. It offers a way to...
A large number of resins and polymers are used as film formers. These have been undergoing modifications to meet the growing demand. One of the modifications involves chlorination and products like chlorinated rubber, chlorinated biphenyls, chlorinated paraffins, chlorinated polyvinyl chloride,...
Perfluoroheptyl methacrylate was copolymerized with acrylamide using different ratios of these monomers. The copolymers so obtained were methylolated with formaldehyde. The methylolated copolymers were used as multipurpose finishing agents for cotton. They impart oil and water repellence....
Mirage Inks develop ultraviolet cured flexographic and gravure inks to allow printers to avoid the high cost of meeting impending EPA and COSSH regulations on solvent retrieval.
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