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PVC resin SG5 suspension grade
1.Appearance: White powder
2.Main use for: Building
3.Bag packaging
4.High quality

PVC resin SG5 suspension grade

PVC is a thermoplastic resin, which in versatility of processing and application surpasses all other thermoplastic materials. This unique polymer is one of the oldest established plastics. Today, PVC finds applications in insulation of cables, in pipes and hoses, agricultural products, windows and profiles, flooring tiles used in the building industry, blister packaging, films and sheets, foamed leather cloth, curtains, tarpaulins, and also for medical use - for IV, blood bags, etc. The universality of its service properties is such that new areas of application are being continuously developed.

PVC resin SG5 suspension grade

Items

Unit

Index

SG1

SG2

SG3

SG4

SG5

SG6

SG7

SG8

Viscosity No.

ml/g

156-144

143-136

135-127

126-119

118-107

106-96

95-87

86-73

Or K value

76-75

74-73

72-71

70-69

68-66

65-63

62-60

59-55

Or Average degree of polymerization

1785-1536

1535-1371

1350-1250

1250-1150

1100-1000

950-850

750-650

740-650

Foreign Particle

30max

30max

30max

30max

30max

30max

40max

40max

Volatile Matter

%

0.4max

0.4max

0.4max

0.4max

0.4max

0.4max

0.4max

0.4max

Apparent Density

g/ml

0.42min

0.42min

0.42min

0.45min

0.45min

0.45min

0.45min

0.45min

Particle size

0.25mm Sieve

%

2.0max

2.0max

2.0max

2.0max

2.0max

2.0max

2.0max

2.0max

0.063mm Sieve

90min

90min

90min

90min

90min

90min

90min

90min

No. of fish eye/400cm2

40 max

40 max

40 max

40 max

40 max

50 max

50 max

50max

Plasticizer absorption of 100g resin

g

25min

25 min

25min

22 min

17min

15min

14min

14min

VCM Residue

ppm

10 max

10 max

10 max

10 max

10 max

10 max

10 max

10max

Whiteness(160°C,10min)

%

75min

75min

75min

75min

75min

75min

70min

70min

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Q:How do inorganic salts enter the water?
Many of these materials enter the water through natural channels---minerals, salts and the like come from exposure to rocks, dirt and other inorganic materials.
Q:Liver cancer diet should pay attention to what issues?
Fat and protein: high-fat diet will affect and aggravate the condition, and low-fat diet can reduce liver cancer patients with nausea, vomiting, abdominal distension and other symptoms. Liver cancer patients with poor appetite, less food intake, if there is not enough amount of balanced diet, must improve the calorie intake and eating easy to digest the absorption of fat, sweets, such as honey, royal jelly. Sucrose and vegetable oil, butter and so on. Liver cancer patients should eat more protein-rich foods, especially high-quality protein, such as lean meat, eggs, beans, milk, etc., to prevent albumin reduction. However, in the late liver cancer, liver function is not good, to control the intake of protein, so as not to eat too much protein-induced hepatic encephalopathy.
Q:Will a potassium ion from the inorganic salt KBr attach to NH2 at the end of a carbon chain?
The amine will certainly coordinate to K+, but the interaction is not very strong and hydrogen bonding from water will compete efficiently. Also, if your amine is soluble in water, you are not going to be able to isolate it by turning it into the corresponding ammonium salt.
Q:Anyone familiar with GC? Is it safe to put an alcohol + inorganic salt water mix into a GC?
Do not let salts enter the GC. You will have to perform an extraction step and run that. Salts can precipitate in the column or degrade into reactive species that can corrode the GC. Water is OK since it will not destroy the column (I've run aqueous solutions before), but salts are not.
Q:What are these salts used for please?
HI I'M PNT. LITHIUM SULFATE is a white inorganic salt with the formula Li2SO4. It is used to treat bipolar disorder. It is soluble in water, though it does not follow the usual trend of solubility versus temperature — its solubility in water decreases with increasing temperature . This property is shared with few inorganic compounds, such as the lanthanoid sulfates. Lithium sulfate crystals, being piezoelectric, are also used in ultrasound-type non-destructive testing because they are very efficient sound generators. However they do suffer in this application because of their water solubility. ZINC NITRATE: Zinc nitrate (Zn(NO3)2) is a chemical compound used as a mordant in dyeing. It is also a source of zinc ions for chemistry. An example reaction gives a precipitate of zinc carbonate:Zn(NO3)2 + Na2CO3 → ZnCO3 + 2 NaNO3. Conditions/substances to avoid are: reducing agents, organic materials, metal powders, heat and flame, cyanides, sodium hypophosphite, tin(IV) chloride, phosphorus, thiocyanates, carbon, and sulfur. Its Relative Molecular Mass is 189. SODIUM PHOSPHATE: Sodium phosphate are forms of phosphorus, which is a naturally occurring substance that is important in every cell in the body. Sodium phosphate is used to treat constipation and to clean the bowel before surgery, x-rays, endoscopy, or other intestinal procedures. Sodium phosphate enemas are also used for general care after surgery and to help relieve impacted bowels. Sodium phosphate may also be used for other purposes not listed in this medication guide REGARDS, PNT.
Q:are there any other foods than water and salt that have an abiotic origin (lifeless, inorganic)?
Various minerals we need, like iron, zinc, magnesium, etc. That's it. These also are not technically foods, as the first poster said.
Q:Relation between salt concentration and amount of drops of saltwater on a penny?
The source below says inorganic salts increase surface tension. In the present case increasing the concentration of salt (and so increasing the surface tension) would result in an increase in the number of drops being held on the surface of the penny.
Q:What is salt oxide, what is not salt oxide?
And acid and alkali reaction is only salt is generated salt oxide
Q:Is the inorganic salt the same as the saline?
Inorganic salts are inorganic compounds in the tears, originally called minerals. A large number of elements are calcium Ca, phosphorus P, potassium Ka, sulfur S, sodium Na, chlorine Cl, magnesium Mg, trace elements iron, zinc, selenium, molybdenum, fluorine , Chromium, cobalt, iodine and the like.
Q:What is the largest oxide of oxygen content?
H2O water, H2O2 hydrogen peroxide is not, it is peroxide, the highest oxide is water H2O

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