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Adrenaline: the body’s “emergency hormone”

Adrenaline: the body's"emergency hormone" Epinephrine, also known as adrenomedullary hormone, is a hormone secreted by the adrenal medulla and is also a neurotransmitter. This chemical plays a vital role in our bodies, especially when dealing with stress and dangerous situations.When our bodies experience an emergency, such as a threat or sudden stress, adrenaline

Carbon Black in Rubber Products

carbon black in Rubber Products Non-rubber products are of many varieties, with different conditions of use and performance requirements. According to the main function, the products are divided into: tape, hose, rubber sheet, rubber shock absorption products, rubber sealing products, rubber rollers, conductive or anti-static rubber products, hard rubber and rubber shoes and

By |2024-04-02T01:09:17+00:00April 2nd, 2024|Additive, All Products|0 Comments

White carbon black application

White carbon black application 1.Basic concept and classification of precipitated silica Precipitated silica, also known as hydrated silica, activated silica, precipitated silica and precipitated hydrated silica, its English name is Silica, CAS registry number is 14464-46-1, the chemical molecular formula is SiO2 * nH2O. silica is a white powdered amorphous silicate and

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Explore Carbon Black Structure and Classification

Explore Carbon Black Structure and Classification Carbon BlackCarbon black is an amorphous carbon. It is a light, loose, very fine black powder with a very large surface area ranging from 10 to 3000 m2/g. It is the product of incomplete combustion or thermal decomposition of carbon-containing substances (coal, natural gas, heavy oil, fuel

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Carbon Black in Coatings

Carbon Black in Coatings 1、Overview of Carbon BlackPaint was formerly known as lacquer, because this material was made from vegetable oils and natural lacquers in the beginning. As a result of scientific and technological progress and the development of a variety of synthetic materials, after the Second World War, a variety of synthetic

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