organosol


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or·gan·o·sol

(ōr-gan'ō-sol),
A hydrosol with an organic liquid instead of water as the dispersion means.
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has been awarded a patent for a method of coating a metal substrate with a hardenable packaging coating system comprised of applying an under-coat composition to a metal substrate, the under-coat composition contains a polyester (co)polymer, and a phenolic cross-linker; applying an overcoat composition to the under-coated metal substrate, the over-coat composition is comprised of a PVC organosol containing a poly(vinyl chloride) (co) polymer dispersed in a substantially nonaqueous over-coat carrier liquid, wherein the over-coat composition includes finely divided poly(vinyl chloride) co(polymer) particles that exhibit a volume average particle diameter from approximately 0.
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2009) reported Organosol profiles with 25-56% C in surface horizons, but the low stock value is due to the low BD in organic-rich materials of 0.
Hence, Organosols, with only four profiles, had a large relative range of soil C stocks.
A metallic sheet lacquered with organosol resin was immersed in an Erlenmeyer filled with 500 mL of distilled water.
Hereford and Worcester fire service said the driver of the tanker, which was carrying lacquer vinyl organosol, stopped on the A49 near Hereford, at 8am yesterday after noticing smoke coming from his brakes.
Widely used for plastisol and organosol production, solids and paste mixing.
The manufacturer says that they combine excellent solvent and chemical resistance with high color intensity, and recommends them for organosol, plastisol, and other applications where solvent resistance is a factor.
Under this system, the bog peat we worked on is described as a paralithic, acidic, sapric organosol, and is 1 of 3 organic type-soils in 'Australian Soils and Landscapes' (McKenzie et al.
In the risk map survey Regolithic and Terric subgroups were used in the Organosol Order, both of which require unconsolidated materials below the organic material, and the Ashy Subgroup also occurs, which had not been recorded previously in the ASC database.
5 with the majority contained within the Hydrosol (84%) and Organosol Orders (7%).
The dominant soil orders for Tasmania in decreasing area are listed as Tenosols, Dermosols, Sodosols, Kurosols, and Organosols.