• What are optical brighteners?

    Optical brighteners, also known as optical brighteners (OBAs), are compounds used to enhance the appearance of materials by increasing their whiteness and brightness. They are commonly used in a variety of industries, including textiles, paper, detergents and plastics. In this article, we’ll expl...
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  • What is the Difference Between Nucleating Agents and Clarifying Agents?

    In plastics, additives play a vital role in enhancing and modifying the properties of materials. Nucleating agents and clarifying agents are two such additives that have different purposes in achieving specific results. While they both help improve the performance of plastic products, it is criti...
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  • What is the difference between UV absorbers and light stabilizers?

    When protecting materials and products from the harmful effects of sunlight, there are two commonly used additives: UV absorbers and light stabilizers. Although they sound similar, the two substances are actually quite different in how they work and the level of protection they provide.  As the n...
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  • Acetaldehyde Scavengers

    Poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET) is a packaging material commonly used by the food and beverage industry; therefore, its thermal stability has been studied by many investigators.  Some of these studies have placed emphasis on the generation of acetaldehyde (AA). The presence of AA within PET ar...
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  • Methylated Melamine Resin

    Nanjing Reborn New Material Co., Ltd. is a well-known supplier of polymer additives in China. With the rising demand for polymer-based products, Nanjing Reborn has been committed to providing high-quality crosslinking agent Methylated Melamine Resin.  Melamine-formaldehyde resin is a kind of in t...
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  • The Importance of Hydrolysis Stabilizers and Anti-Hydrolysis Agents in Industrial Applications

    The Importance of Hydrolysis Stabilizers and Anti-Hydrolysis Agents in Industrial Applications

    Hydrolysis stabilizers and anti-hydrolysis agents are two critically important chemical additives in industrial applications that help to counteract the effects of hydrolysis. Hydrolysis is a chemical reaction that takes place when water breaks down a chemical bond, lead...
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  • Fire-retardant Coating

      1.Introduction Fire-retardant coating is a specialty coating that can reduce the flammability, block the rapid spread of fire, and improve limited fire-endurance of the coated material. 2.Operating principles 2.1 It is not flammable and can delay the burning or the deterioration of materi...
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  • Polyaldehyde resin A81

    Polyaldehyde resin A81

    Introduction Aldehyde resin, also known as polyacetal resin, is a kind of resin with excellent yellowing resistance, weather resistance and compatibility. Its color is white or slightly yellow, and its shape is divided into circular flake fine particle type after granula...
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  • Type of Antifoamers (1)

    Type of Antifoamers (1)

    Antifoamers are used to reduce the surface tension of water, solution and suspension, prevent foam formation, or reduce foam formed during industrial production. Common Antifoamerss are as follows: I. Natural Oil (i.e. Soybean Oil, Corn Oil, etc.)  Advantages: available, cost-effective and easy ...
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  • Epoxy Resin

    Epoxy Resin

    Epoxy Resin 1、 Introduction Epoxy resin is usually used together with additives. Additives can be selected according to different uses. Common additives include Curing Agent, Modifier, Filler, Diluent, etc. Curing agent is an indispensable additive. Whether the epoxy resin is used as adhesive, c...
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  • Film Coalescing Aid

    Film Coalescing Aid

    I.I ntroduction Film Coalescing Aid, also known as Coalescence Aid. It can promote the plastic flow and elastic deformation of polymer compound, improve the coalescence performance, and form film in a wide range of construction temperature. It is a kind of plasticizer which is easy to disappear. ...
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  • The Applications of Glycidyl Methacrylate

    The Applications of Glycidyl Methacrylate

    Glycidyl Methacrylate (GMA) is a monomer having both acrylate double bonds and epoxy groups. Acrylate double bond has high reactivity, can undergo self-polymerization reaction, and can also be copolymerized with many other monomers; epoxy group can react with hydroxyl, a...
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