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Preparation and characterization of magnesium stearate, cobalt stearate, and copper stearate and their effects on poly(vinyl chloride) dehydrochlorination
Preparation and characterization of pure metal soaps and investigation of their effects on poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) dehydrochlorination were the objectives of the present study. Magnesium stearate (MgSt2), cobalt stearate ...
Dehydration, water vapor adsorption and desorption behavior of Zn[B3O3(OH)5] · H2O and Zn[B3O4(OH)3]
(Taylor & Francis, 2012-11)
The dehydration behaviors of two different hydrated zinc borate species, Zn[B3O3(OH)5] · H2O and Zn[B3O4(OH)3], which are industrially important flame retardants, were studied by thermal gravimetric(TG) analysis and in ...
Preparation and characterization of calcium stearate powders and films prepared by precipitation and Langmuir-Blodgett techniques
(American Chemical Society, 2010-02)
The preparation of calcium stearate (CaSt2) using precipitation and Langmuir-Blodgett techniques was investigated in this study. While sodium stearate and calcium chloride were used in the precipitation process, calcium ...
Zinc stearate production by precipitation and fusion processes
(American Chemical Society, 2005-03)
In this study, the production of ZnSt2 using sodium stearate and zinc sulfate in a precipitation process, and stearic acid and zinc oxide in a fusion process, was investigated with regard to product purity. In the fusion ...
Supercritical carbon dioxide drying of methanol-Zinc borate mixtures
(American Chemical Society, 2009-07)
Supercritical carbon dioxide (CO 2) drying of zinc borate species was investigated to evaluate possible chemical alterations in the product during the drying. Methanol-wetted zinc borates produced either from borax decahydrate ...
The effect of zinc stearate on thermal degradation of paraffin wax
In this research, the effects of zinc stearate addition on paraffin wax degradation were investigated by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and thermogravimetry (TG). The apparent activation energies of wax decomposition ...