PLASTISOLS AND ORGANOSOLS. ePub download
by Harold A. Sarvetnick
- ISBN: 0442781997
- ISBN13: 978-0442781996
- ePub: 1248 kb | FB2: 1718 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold; 1st edition (1972)
- Pages: 238
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If it is added to AbeBooks by one of our member booksellers, we will notify you! Create a Want. ISBN 10: 0442273657 ISBN 13: 9780442273651 Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1972 Hardcover.
Harold A. Sarvetnick. Plastisols and organosols. Plastisols, Polyvinyl chloride.
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1969, Harold A. Sarvetnick, Polyvinyl Chloride, page 207, With a suitable undercoating, the top coat may consist of an organosol or plastisol which is free from modifying resins. 1999, Yoshikazu Tanabe, Macromolecular Science and Engineering: New Aspects, page 126, By the use of metal carbonyls, which are highly soluble in many organic solvents, metal organosols are obtained by thermal decomposition of the metal carbonyls.
From organo- ( organic ) + -sol ( soil ). organosol (plural organosols). A histosol, a soil comprising chiefly organic material. 1990, University of Michigan Southeast Asia Business Education and Resources Program, Southeast Asia Business, Issues 12-23, page 25, On the other hand, in many parts of Kalimantan the climate is similar, and it also has large areas of yellow-red podsolic and organosol soils, which although having a rather low fertility, are suitable for some tree crops. Rigid Vinyls Flexible PVC Organosols and Plastisols Keywords: polyvinyl chloride (PVC); organosol.
Plastisols and organosols. Plastisols and organosols, Published: (1983).
Polymer clay plastisol is also categorized as a plastigel because of its rheological properties. It is a high yield thixotropic material: when a sufficient force is applied, the material yields, flowing like a viscous liquid until that force is removed, whereupon it returns to being a solid. This plasticity is what makes it useful as modeling clay as opposed to putty or paste. If the instructions on the package are followed (. low temperatures and brief baking times) one will not burn the clay. If the clay does burn because of a mistake or if the oven malfunctions, a small amount of hydrogen chloride gas could be released, which may cause odor and some eye or nose irritation.