water
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Water

Water Water is an inorganic, transparent, tasteless, odorless, and nearly colorless chemical substance, which is the main constituent of Earth’s hydrosphere and the fluids…

Water Absorbents PIG
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Water Absorbents PIG

Water Absorbents PIG Eventually, every facility is bound to experience water issues: burst pipes, roof leaks, weather incidents, overflows and leaky windows can cause…

Water gel (plain)
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Water gel (plain)

Water gel (plain) Water crystal gel or water beads or gel beads is any gel which absorbs and contains a large amount of water….

Superabsorbent polymer uses
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Superabsorbent polymer uses

Superabsorbent polymer uses Superabsorbent polymers are primarily used as an absorbent for water and aqueous solutions for diapers, adult incontinence products, feminine hygiene products,…

Suspension polymerization
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Suspension polymerization

Suspension polymerization uspension polymerization, sometimes called bead, pearl or granular polymerization, is one of the most widely used polymerization techniques. It is essentially a…

Solution polymerization
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Solution polymerization

Solution polymerization Solution polymerization is a method of industrial polymerization. In this procedure, a monomer is dissolved in a non-reactive solvent that contains a…

Gel polymerization
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Gel polymerization

Gel polymerization A mixture of acrylic acid, water, cross-linking agents and UV initiator chemicals are blended and placed either on a moving belt or…

Copolymer chemistry
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Copolymer chemistry

Copolymer chemistry Copolymer, any of a diverse class of substances of high molecular weight prepared by chemical combination, usually into long chains, of molecules…

Production of Superabsorbent Polymer
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Superabsorbent Polymer History

Superabsorbent Polymer History Until the 1920s, water absorbing materials were fiber-based products. Choices were tissue paper, cotton, sponge, and fluff pulp. The water absorbent…