Asked in Uncategorized
What is difference between plasticizer and admixture?
We need you to answer this question!
Asked in Chemistry
How is PVC without plasticizer different from PVC with plasticizer?
What is difference between plasticizer and superplasticizer?
Plasticizer is an additive used in concrete to increase the setting time of concrete also can reduce the percentage of water up to 5% CaoH and glucose mollases are the normal plasticisers used. super plasticizer is used in concrete to reduce water percentage up to 5 to 15 % also can improve workability strength and durablity can achived by this sodium gluconate.naphthalene formaldihide and other sulphonic acid groups are widely used
Asked in Science
What is a plastic admixture?
This is a general term most commonly used in relation to concrete. An admixture is simply a mixture of two or more substances. A plastic substance is simply one which may be formed or moulded with relative ease. In concrete terminology, a plastic admixture is a certain mixture which has properties of extended setting time or workability. This is desirable because there may be some time between the concrete being mixed at the factory works and it being laid or moulded on the required site. The term plastic admixture usually refers to the substances added to ordinary concrete (additives).
Asked in Chemistry, Chemical Equations
What is the chemical equation of nitrocellulose and plasticizer in nail polish?
Asked in Chemistry
What is an example of a plasticizer?
An example of the most common, general purpose plasticizer is DOP, dioctyl phthalate, also known as DEHP, or diethylhexyl phthalate. This plasticizer is most commonly seen in PVC, but can be found in other polymer systems as well. General purpose plasticizers primarily impart flexibility to a polymer and improve its workability. An example of a specialty plasticizer would be dipropylene glycol dibenzoate. This plasticizer is often found in PVC as well as many other polymer systems including acrylates and urethanes. Specialty plasticizers also impart flexibility but have the added benefit of special properties, such as improving gloss, imparting better low temperature flexibility, faster fusion, etc. Plasticizers are typically esters of some type. Some examples of general classes of plasticizers include: phthalates benzoates adipates citrates trimellitates The "original" plasticizer was camphor, which was phased out during the early 20th century with the discovery of phthalates.
Asked in Gelatin
Difference between hard gelatin capsule and soft gelatin capsule?
What is the difference between physician and doctor?
Asked in Acids and Bases
What are the components of a total nutrient admixture solution?