Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC)-Gypsum Filler/Joint- Filler-A

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Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC) is non-ionic cellulose ether, made by natural high polymer cellulose as raw material and series of chemical processing. They provide water retention and cohesiveness to mixtures. With special modification, it can be used to control thickening, water demand, workability, sag resistance, strength and other important properties of the final product.

It 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

ITEM

CAS: 9004-65-3

INDEX

60SS-E

65SS-F

75SS-K

Hydroxypropyl                %

7.0-12.0

4.0-7.5

4.0-12.0

Methoxyl                    %

28.0-32.0

27.0-32.0

19.0-24.0

Gel temperature              

58-64

62-68

70-90

Moisture                     %

≤5.0

Ash content                  %

≤1.0

Viscosity                 mpa.s

100-200000

Lighttransmittance            %

≥70

Whiteness                   %

≥75

Bulk density                g /l

370---420

Appearance

white or off-white fibrous or granular powder, odorless, tasteless

Package:

25kg/package. Use polyethylene film cardboard or plastic polypropylene woven bag package.  

Gypsum Filler/Joint Filler

Gypsum filler or Joint filler is a dry mixed mortar that is used to fill the joints between wall boards.

Gypsum filler consists of hemihydrate gypsum as a binder, some fillers and additives.

In this application, HPMC provides strong tape adhesion power, easy workability, and high water retention etc.  

Recommend grades:  HPMC 75SS-K (100000mpa.s)

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To the new wholesale market, in the South Fifth Ring. There are a lot of additives stores, are relatively small. If you go to large, it is recommended to Xiaguang supermarket. You can ask the phone by 114, they have shops do wholesale, the variety is still full technical support.
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Q:Additive Inverse, why is it called that?
The inverse of an operation is chosen to get the identity of that operation. The identity is the one that when performed on a number (or whatever) doesn't change it. For addition (and subtract which is just adding negatives) that identity is 0. Anything ± 0 is anything. So if you choose something like 5 then you want to know what the solution to 5 + n = 0 is. Inversion of operations (and functions) in math isn't the same thing as the word inverse itself. To invert something is to literally turn it over. In math the inverse is the thing that undoes. For mathematics when something is undone the result is the identity. For multiplication the identity is 1 so the inverse in multiplication is the reciprocal because it satisfies xn = 1 n = 1/x x(1/x) = 1 For functions the identity is x because if you have a function y = f(x) then if you plug in x you'll get back y. So the inverse function f⁻¹(x) will give back x when applied so that f(f⁻¹(x)) = x Since composition is the operation here the other way must also be satisfied to be a valid inverse, that is f⁻¹(f(x)) = x This idea also goes for matrices and other constructions in math. I hope this helped or was at least mildly interesting. Good luck!
Q:Does MSG belong to food additives?
Sodium glutamate (MSG), as a food additive (flavor enhancer), should be in accordance with the definition of GB2760, which is to improve the quality of food and color, smell and taste, etc. If your company produces seasonings, glutamic acid Sodium (monosodium glutamate) can not taste the role of food ingredients should be included in the ingredients table, rather than food additives.
Q:How many kinds of illegal additives are there in the bread cake
GB2760-2017 and the Ministry of Health announced in the various provisions of the various food allowed to use the additives and the use of bread at least 20 kinds of other, in addition to be regarded as illegal additives. Legitimate additives beyond the upper limit of the amount used, called excessive use of additives, is also illegal.
Q:additive and multiplicative inverse?
(1) 0.4 :- Additive Inverse is -0.4 Multiplcative Inverse is 1/0.4=2.5 (2) -11/16 :- Additive Inverse is 11/16 Multiplcative Inverse is -16/11 Additine inverse means that the addition of the number & its additive Inverse is 0 Multiplcative Inverse means that the mulplication of the number & its multiplcative Inverse is 1
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White water, alkaline orange, industrial orange, industrial formaldehyde, industrial use of caustic soda, carbon monoxide, sodium bromide, sodium thiocyanate, rose red b, art green, Sodium sulfide, industrial sulfur, industrial dyes, poppy shells
Q:what is the additive inverse of y^2+y?
additive inverse is defined as the item you can add to the original one and get 0 as a result. so for a number 2, its additive inverse is -2 because 2 + -2 = 0. so the additive inverses of the terms you list above means to change their signs, so the answer would be b
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:What's the difference between an Additive Inverse and an Additive Identity?
The additive identity is the number you have to add to getidentically" the same number back. That is zero. because for any x x+0 = x. The additive inverse is the number you have to add to that number to get zero. Thus, if x is any number then the additive inverse of x is -x because x + (-x) = 0. The addtive identity isuniversal", that is it is the the same for any number . An additive inverse is particular to the number that it is the inverse of. Similar remarks are true about the maultipolicative identity 1 and the inverse of a non zero number 1/x.

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