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peptize

(pĕp′tīz′)
tr.v. pep·tized, pep·tizing, pep·tizes
To disperse (a precipitate) to form a colloid.

pep′ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
pep′tiz′er n.
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High loadings of QDI showed about 10-20% improvement in laboratory abrasion resistance, while the peptized compound showed about a 10% reduction in abrasion resistance.
However, the slope and intercept values of the regression line for QDI are lower than those for the control or peptized compounds.
In fact, natural rubber stocks peptized with small concentrations of chemical peptizers are generally more sticky and tacky due to the formation of more low MW fragments.
However, from a general point of view, asphalts are colloidal suspensions of asphaltenes peptized by the polar aromatic fraction and dispersed in the maltenic matrix.
We first premasticated and/or peptized the natural rubber to decrease rubber viscosity before filler incorporation.
Noakes similarly observed that trouser tear strengths at 23 degrees C and 100 degrees C and ring fatigue were somewhat lower for highly peptized compounds (ref.
The rebound resilience of natural rubber peptized to various degrees is shown in figure 7; to increase the statistical reliability of the results, mean values were calculated from the readings obtained for materials vulcanized for different times in 15 separate tests.
The results are comparable with those of the compounds peptized entirely mechanically.