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Synonyms for nitrocellulose

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Nitrocellulose is usually an off-white colored solid; nitroglycerine is a colorless liquid.
Expert reports concluded that the packages found were explosives consisting of a mixture of nitroglycerin and nitrocellulose, which is a highly explosive mixture classified as a type of dynamite.
The analyses covered six of the Sun Chemical product lines, totaling nine products representing approximately 90 percent of the products it offers, including: coldset black and color inks, publication gravure inks, nitrocellulose bases, nitrocellulose inks, water-based flexographic inks and dispersions, energy curing inks and heatset inks.
The iBlot[TM] Dry Blotting system transfers proteins from polyacrylamide gels to nitrocellulose membranes in preparation for downstream analysis, while the iPrep[TM] purification instrument automates nucleic acid purification using Invitrogen's ChargeSwitch[TM] technology.
Tenders are invited for Lacquer, Nitrocellulose, Adhesive Red (A.
Teto[R] Airex 962, based on an organo modified polysiloxane, contains foam-destroying polymers and is recommended for both matte and high-gloss, solvent-borne polyurethane, acrylic, and nitrocellulose topcoat formulations.
Gum rosin, nitrocellulose and solvents all are areas of concern; actually, the list is practically endless.
a global leader in separations technology, today announced the availability of Protran(R) nitrocellulose membranes, a universal blotting surface for biomolecules such as nucleic acids and proteins.
In addition, the ink must be environmentally safe, suitable for both flexo and gravure printing, useable on a variety of film substrates, and, ideally, compatible with multiple solvent systems and with conventional, non-retortable inks such as nitrocellulose (NC) based inks.
They are also said to be compatible with nitrocellulose, cellulose acetate, nylon, certain grades of polyvinyl alcohol and other natural and synthetic film-forming materials.