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CRC - DKE2376 - COLLOIDAL SILICA : FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS Organization: CRC
Date: 2005-12-19
Description: In spite of the apparent simplicity of silica’s composition and structure, scientists are still investigating fundamental questions regarding the formation, constitution, and behavior of colloidal silica systems. Colloidal Silica: Fundamentals and Applications introduces new information on colloid science related to silica chemistry as well as theoretical and experimental aspects of significant areas of colloidal silica science and technology.
TSE - TS 10500 - FEED ADDITIVES - COAGULANTS - DETERMINATION OF COLLOIDAL SILICA GRAVIMETRIC METHOD Organization: TSE
Date: 1992-12-01
Description: This standard covers the gravimetric determination of colloidalsilica content...
NPFC - MIL-S-12613 - SILICA, COLLOIDAL, SYNTHETIC Organization: NPFC
NPFC - MIL-I-46865 - INSULATING COMPOUND, ELECTRICAL, EPOXY, COLLOIDAL SILICA FILLED FOR POTTING AND ENCAPSULATION Organization: NPFC
NPFC - A-A-59134 - INSULATING COMPOUND, ELECTRICAL, EPOXY, COLLOIDAL SILICA FILLED FOR POTTING AND ENCAPSULATION Organization: NPFC
ASTM D7126 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR ON-LINE COLORIMETRIC MEASUREMENT OF SILICA Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-07-15
Description: Soluble silica compounds are considered molybdate reactive silica. This test method does not cover the determination of colloidal or polymeric silica, which is considered non-molybdate reactive silica.
ASTM D8059 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR RUBBER COMPOUNDS—MEASUREMENT OF UNVULCANIZED DYNAMIC STRAIN SOFTENING (PAYNE EFFECT) USING SEALED CAVITY ROTORLESS SHEAR RHEOMETERS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-07-01
Description: This test method covers the use of a sealed cavity rotorless oscillating shear rheometer for the measurement of the softening effects of rising sinusoidal strain when applied to an unvulcanized rubber compound containing significant amounts of colloidal fillers (such as silica or carbon black, or both) from a rubber mixing procedure.
CRC - E4298X - CHEMISTRY & PHYSICS OF CARBON : VOLUME 30 Organization: CRC
Date: 2007-12-20
Description: They cover methods using activating agents such as alkaline hydroxides as well as endo- and exotemplates made from zeolites, silica, and colloidal crystals. The third chapter examines techniques for characterizing carbon surface chemistry, including electrochemical, spectroscopic, and chromatographic methods.
CRC - KE20122 - COLLOID AND SURFACE CHEMISTRY : A LABORATORY GUIDE FOR EXPLORATION OF THE NANO WORLD Organization: CRC
Date: 2013-12-17
Description: With each section written by a distinguished researcher, chapter 2 reviews common techniques for the characterization and analysis of colloidal structures, including surface tension measurements, viscosity and rheological measurements, electrokinetic methods, scattering and diffraction techniques, and microscopy.
ASTM D6807 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR OPERATING PERFORMANCE OF CONTINUOUS ELECTRODEIONIZATION SYSTEMS ON REVERSE OSMOSIS PERMEATES FROM 2 TO 100 MUE S/CM Organization: ASTM
Date: 2017-12-15
Description: This test method is not necessarily indicative of: Long term performance on feed waters containing foulants or sparingly soluble solutes, or both; Performance on feeds of brackish water, sea water, or other high salinity feeds; Performance on synthetic industrial feed solutions, pharmaceuticals, or process solutions of foods and beverages; or Performance on feed waters less than 2 μS/cm, particularly performance relating to organic solutes, colloidal or particulate matter, or biological or microbial matter.
CPC - BOILER FEED WATER TREATME - BOILER FEED WATER TREATMENT Organization: CPC
Date: 1951-08-01
Description: SCALE FORMATION Effect of scale Lime-soda process Hot lime-soda softening General notes on plant Nuclear precipitation Caustic soda softening Sodium aluminate with lime-soda treatment Zeolite or base-exchange softeners Partial Zeolite softening Hydrogen and demineralizing zeolites Lime-base exchange treatment The B.B.A. dejector Lime-barium softeners Necessity for conditioning boiler feed Colloidal conditioning Mechanism of scale formation Carbonate and phosphate conditioning Use of metaphosphate and pyrophosphate Budenheim phosphate treatment Silica scales and deposits Turbine blade deposits Potassium treatment Chlorination of condenser cooling water Scale formation in cooling water systems Scale formation in economizers  Electrical scale prevention Removal of scales and deposits PART 3.

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