Phenol Formaldehyde Resin Materials

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Phenol Formaldehyde Resin

CAS No.:  9003-35-4

Appearance:Irregular transparent solid

Properties: Dissolved in cool tar, ester, turpentine oil and similar solvents, undissolved in alcoholic dissolved, partially soluble in petroleum products; mix well with plant oils, high softening point; fast drying.

Usages:

1). Road marking paint: It can improve on the brightness, bonding, water and weather-resistance and may perfection for the dispersing and drying of any pigments.

2). Rubber: It goes compatible with both natural and synthetic rubber and characterized as adhesive, softening and reinforcement, it functions as an ideal for manufacturing of tyres and processing of any rubbers.

3). Adhesive: It is compatible well with high polymerization based substances, and is characteristic of excellent and stable bonding and heat resistance and changes retardant with both time and temperature.
Other application: It is also widely used in fields of oil ink, paper bonding, sealant etc.

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Q:The base is not a food additive
Food additives are for the improvement of food color, fragrance, taste and other quality, as well as for the preservation and processing technology needs to join the food in the compound or natural substances.
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:What are the food additives in the drink?
There are many additives in the beverage, such as: sour agent (citric acid, lactic acid, etc.), edible flavor, concentrated fruit juice, thickener (CMC, xanthan gum, pectin, etc.), emulsifier (monoglyceride, etc.) (Sugar, aspartame, sodium cyclamate, etc.), pigments, etc., the specific reference to GB2760-2017.
Q:Do fuel additives Harm your engine?
Today's gasolines have additives in them. Using them are pretty much a waste unless you are trying to absorb water. All you would end up doing is putting deposits on your spark plugs.
Q:What is a nucleotide food additive?
In general, food additives according to their sources can be divided into natural and chemical synthesis of the two categories. Natural food additives refers to the use of animal and plant or microbial metabolites as raw materials, the extraction of natural substances obtained by the chemical synthesis of food additives is the use of chemical means to make the elements or compounds through oxidation, reduction, shrink
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
Q:Soy sauce need to add anti-corrosion additives?
Of course, to add ah, modern food to a certain extent by adding additives, soy sauce contains more hydrolyzed amino acids, is the necessary organic growth of bacteria, but the soy sauce itself in the production process to add a lot of salt, which effectively inhibited The bacteria grow, but also undermine the taste, at the same time, in the fermentation process, the sauce tank is sterile sealed, the basic can guarantee a single species.Therefore, the sauce tank is very open, soy sauce is also with the take with the use.
Q:Whether the margarine is a food additive
Definition of International Standards: Margarine is a plastic or liquid emulsified food, mainly water-in-oil (W / O), which is, in principle, processed from edible oils and fats.
Q:How many additives are there in yogurt
Yogurt with stirring and solidification of the points, there are not sterilization and sterilization of the points, there are many kinds of packaging and preservation methods, similar categories are acidic milk drinks and lactic acid bacteria drinks, different yogurt use of additives is different, Look at the ingredients on the packaging table the most direct, according to national requirements of food additives will be marked separately. It is usually possible to add additives such as emulsifiers, thickeners, flavors, pigments, sweeteners, acidity regulators, preservatives and the like.
Q:Does the honey have any chemical additives?
It is reasonable to say that you should not have it! Look at your manufacturer is not a conscience!

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