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Brief introduction of Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC):

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC) helps building materials apply more easily and perform better. They provide water retention and cohesiveness to mixtures. With special modification, HPMC can be used to control thickening, water demand, workability, sag resistance, strength and other important properties of the final product.
HPMC is widely used as thickener, adhesive, water preserving agent, film-foaming agent in building materials, industrial coatings, synthetic resin, ceramic industry, medicine, food, textile, agricultural, cosmetic and other industries.

Physical and chemical index of Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC):

CAS NO.9004-65-3
Appearancewhite or light yellow powder
Moisture Content≤5.0%
PH4.0-8.0
Particle Sizemin. 98% pass through 100 mesh
Viscosity5000cps-200000cps, 2% solution

Application in Building of Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC):
1, External wall insulation system (EIFS)
2, Interior and exterior wall interface agent
3, Tile adhesive
4, Crack Filler
5, Self-leveling mortar
6, Gypsum-based plaster


Advantage of Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC)

1, high purity----ensure the 100% HPMC you buy;

2, stable quality, we have speical test department, for each shipment, will make the detail report for you;

3, professional service: as stated-owend company, as well as one of Fortune 500 company in the world, has the total ability to show the most professional service for you, to protect your rights;
4, Quick delivery, and sample for free, if any.

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Q:What is the difference between food additives and condiments?
Food ingredients are marked, with specific chemical composition; food seasoning is mainly sugar, salt, monosodium glutamate and spices and starch and the like, there are salty flavor (a food additive, the specific ingredients unknown), the food additives, Add the amount to meet the national health standards.
Q:What are the best oil and transmission additives?
There are times and circumstances where additives are appropriate. But most of the time, they are both redundant and a waste of money. All of the additives and conditioners that oil and transmission fluid require are already in them. (DISCLAIMER-->Use only those lubricants recommended by the manufacturer) There are some manufacturers that require VERY specific conditioners for their lubricants (eg. Honda, Chrysler etc) that add modifiers in addition to the standard blends. Those required conditioners are available in lubricants specified for those applications. If you have a vehicle that has a particular condition (burns oil, has noise etc.) it may be helpful to change viscosity, or add a viscosity builder (i.e. STP, Bardhal) to help forestall engine damage and wear. If this is NOT the case, use what the manufacturer recommends. After all, they designed and built it, and know what the requirements of their design calls for. ADDITIONAL NOTE---> After watching for many years the experiments of many people, including in commercial fleets, there is nothing that you can add to your oil that will add SUBSTANTIALLY to your fuel economy. Even changing to synthetic oil, there has been in some circumstances a little improvement, but not near enough to offset the additional cost of the synthetic oil. Here is an industry web-site where you can gather a bit of information regarding petroleum products. This is the American Petroleum Institute; they are the body that sets standards for blends, and works hand-in-hand with governmental agencies that mandate certain requirements in the industry. api-ec.api.org/newsplashpage/inde...
Q:Which integer is it's own additive inverse?
An additive inverse of a number is a number that when added to the original number gives the identity element. The identity under addition is the single number that when added to any other number gives that other number. It is similar for the multiplicative inverse and identity. The identity under addition is 0 and under multiplication it is 1. Therefore to solve this use these equations: x+x=0 and x*x=1 x²=1 So solving these equations will get the answers. 2x=0, x=0 So 0 is it's own additive inverse, x²=1, x=1 or -1 So 1 and -1 are both their own multiplicative inverse.
Q:What brand of white vinegar is no additives who can tell me about,
In general, white vinegar is blended with vinegar, there will be no additives, and your mouth of the additives I do not know is not a preservative, the market will see the number of food will be added preservatives, or two or three days, up to a week Metamorphism.
Q:Is the water treatment additive a chemical raw material?
Surely it is flocculant or coagulant.
Q:What are the disadvantages of food additives?
Autism, cancer, obesity......
Q:2017 National Standard for Food Additives
Sodium nitrite is a food additive is a class of toxic, people can eat three grams of death can be directly, so the management must be strict, regular production of nano-manufacturers satisfied that the product packaging has a skeleton logo for cooked food, beans Products, beverages, etc. are also the largest use of the same, each package has a corresponding product on the back of the maximum use, between three thousandths of a thousand to a few points between the number of residues is a test value, Such as a pound of finished products detected with how much. Hope to adopt, thank you.
Q:Food additives in lollipop (caramel, phospholipid (soy lecithin) is harmful to people?
If it is caramel pigments and phospholipids, then the human body is harmless, caramel pigments have the role of promoting digestion, phospholipids are also beneficial to the human body.
Q:Additive function a: R → R is an increasing function .it is continus.why?
Any additive increasing function α: R → R is linear of the form α(x) = α(1)x, hence is continuous. Proof. Suppose that (1) α(x + y) = α(x) + α(y), for any x, y in R, and (2) α(x) ≤ α(y), for any x, y in R, x ≤ y. Applying (1) we have: α(0) = α(0+0) = α(0)+α(0) ==> α(0) = 0 0 = α(0) = α(x+(–x)) = α(x) + α(–x) ==> α(–x) = – α(x), for any x in R α(x – y) = α(x + (–y)) = α(x) + α(–y) = α(x) – α(y), for any x, y in R If n is a positive integer then, for any x in R α(nx) = α(x+x+...+x) = α(x)+α(x)+...+α(x) = nα(x) If n is a positive integer then, for any x in R α(x) = α(n(x/n)) = nα(x/n) ==> α(x/n) = (1/n)α(x) If m, n are positive integers then, for any x in R α((n/m)x) = α(n(x/m)) = nα(x/m) = n((1/m)α(x)) = (n/m)α(x) Collecting the previous results, we have α(qx) = qα(x), for any x in R, q in Q In particular, α(q) = α(1)q, for any q in Q Next I apply (2) to show that α(x) = α(1)x, for any x in R. Fix x in R. Since Q is dense in R, given ε > 0 there are p, q in Q such that p < x < q an q–p < ε. Then α(1)p = α(p) ≤ α(x) ≤ α(q) = α(1)q, so –α(1)(x–p) ≤ α(x) – α(1)x ≤ α(1)(q–x) –|α(1)|ε ≤ α(x) – α(1)x ≤ |α(1)|ε The previous inequality holds for any ε > 0, hence α(x) – α(1)x = 0 bye
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