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plasticizers

mostly triaryl phosphates, such as tricresyl, triphenyl phosphates, which are poisonous. See also triorthocresyl phosphate.
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Figure 5 shows the comparison of the spherulite growth rates in PLLA with the three plasticizers used in this study.
Volatility of the plasticizers in question is reduced in the DBR DBS, LZ-7 and DBEA series, the values for the above products being 15.
Paroil liquid chlorinated paraffins as secondary plasticizers for flexible PVC.
The Asia-Pacific region is already the largest market for plasticizers, with China holding the top position with a share of about two thirds.
Glycerol had the greatest effect on elasticity among plasticizers used.
Plasticizers are used in so many products that every library should have this reference source of information on plasticizers readily available for its readers.
The Asia-Pacific region is the largest market for DINP plasticizers, globally, in terms of both value as well volume.
Important considerations in the manufacture of flexible PVC are the absorptive characteristics of plasticizers in PVC powder (grains), which happens to be porous (4).
For PVC, primarily in vinyl plastisols, Viplex 895 is used at 70% replacement levels of phthalate plasticizers.
With Palatinol DOTP in its portfolio BASF will be able to serve regional customers according to market dynamics in North America, while continuing to ensure the availability of consistently high quality plasticizers.
The report on bio plasticizers considers its six commonly used applications: packaging materials, medical devices, consumer goods, wires & cables, building & construction, and others.
In some cases, the traditional plasticizers used with AEM compounds are insufficient for heat aging as the test conditions become more severe.