phenolic resin


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Synonyms for phenolic resin

a thermosetting resin

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Many suppliers and users continued to develop the process, and in the mid-1950s, a liquid phenolic resin was created by dissolving the resin in an alcohol solvent.
As per the agreement, the JV company will construct a new phenolic resin plant at KCI%s existing facility in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
Abstract: Cu-Cu joints bonded by nano-copper pastes with different amounts of phenolic resin were developed at a low temperature (240[degrees]C) and a low pressure (1 MPa).
Herring [23] contemplated the use of phenolic resin in chloridesulfonated polyethylene rubber in order to increase the char formation and enhance the erosion resistance.
Phenolic resin (2152, Hai Na Environmental Protection S&T Co.
In order to pursue further growth of this business in the future, it is necessary for phenolic resin manufacturers to make inroads into the foreign markets which are expected to grow.
ClickPress, Wed Jan 21 2015] Phenolic resins are synthetic polymers formed by the reaction of phenol and formaldehyde.
4 to 1, the phenol replaced by lignin is either 33 or 50 percent, the measured solid content of the final resin is around 40 percent, and the final pH of lignin phenolic resin is 10 to 10.
The reason is high resistance of phenolic resin against temperature and pressure.
UKPRwire, Fri May 16 2014] Phenolic Resin Market by Type (Resol and Novolac) and by Application (Wood Adhesive, Molding, Laminates, Insulation, and Others) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019
Currently distributed to well sites throughout North America, the RCS products developed collaboratively by Preferred Sands and Dow are not only cost effective but highly efficient, as they consistently outperform phenolic resin competitors on conductivity and bond strength.
A critical component of the RP8 is the skeletal plinth, a composite structure utilising a featherweight, nitrogen expanded, closed cell, polyolefin foam core sandwiched between two layers of phenolic resin.
They can be used as a modifying resin with rosin, phenolic resin, epoxy resin, rubber, vinyl resin, plasticizer or vegetable oil.
Bakelite was invented and patented in 1907 by the chemist Leo Baekeland, who also called it phenol-formaldehyde polymer (PF) or phenolic resin.