Visc.

Visc.

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Viscount or Viscountess
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([alpha]) [C.sub.l [C.sub.l [F.sub.L [C.sub.d (press.)] (visc.)] (Tot.)] (N) (press.)] 0[degrees] 0.0244 0.0001 0.0552 0.0663 5[degrees] 0.5677 -0.0041 1.5081 0.1233 10[degrees] 1.0137 -0.0083 2.9668 0.2950 ([alpha]) [C.sub.d [F.sub.D (visc.)] (Tot.)] (N) 0[degrees] 0.0526 0.2703 5[degrees] 0.0523 0.3991 10[degrees] 0.0514 0.7870
Initial shot After 35 shots AEM G compound 25% 50% AEM IP compound 25% 20% Table 3 - compression set study of AEM compounds with and without DOTG as the accelerator AEM GLS AEM GLS AEM 3110 with DOTG with DBU with DBU AEM GLS 100 100 - AEM 3110 - - 100 Hindered amine AO 2 2 2 Octadecyl amine 0.50 0.50 0.50 Alkyl phosphate for release 1 1 1 Stearic acid 1.50 1.50 1.50 N550 black 60 60 60 "Standard" ether/ester 10 10 10 plasticizer HMDC 1.50 1.50 1.50 DBU based accelerator - 2 2 DOTG 4 - - Mooney visc. ML 1+4, 37 41 70 100[degrees]C (MU) Cure time, 5 minutes at - - - 180[degrees]C Post-curing, 4 hours at - - - 175[degrees]C Hardness, durometer A, 1 sec.
Logic-chip suppliers have migrated to 0.11-micron process on 200-mm wafers from 0.18-micron node on 150-mm wafers, also accounting for the deluge of orders to VISC.
(% w) Run (a) 66.4 67.0 67.1 66.8 66.6 Run (b) 66.4 66.3 66.7 67.2 67.1 Brookfied visc. Run (a) 1036.0 914.0 948.0 1338.0 790.0 (cP) Run (b) 920.0 804.0 1140.0 1492.0 1050.0 Acid value Run (a) 9.5 9.8 10.2 9.1 10.2 (mgKOH/gNV) Run (b) 10.0 9.7 9.4 8.7 9.1 Table 9: Laboratory results for dry times (ASTM D1640), gloss (ASTM D23) and adhesion (ASTM D3359) of the computer-generated enamel formulations Measured properties Trial No.
Brookfield Thixotropic Coating % Solids Visc. (cP) Index A [G.sub.0.004] 22.13 330 1.74 B [G.sub.0.008] 24.72 609 1.74 C [DE.sub.0.004] 23.32 259 1.76 D [DE.sub.0.008] 25.07 460 1.76 Median Particle Surface Tension Coating Size ([micro]m) (dyne/[cm.sup.2]) A [G.sub.0.004] 9.38 31.64 B [G.sub.0.008] 9.38 30.94 C [DE.sub.0.004] 9.28 34.32 D [DE.sub.0.008] 9.28 34.58 Table 2.
25.34 Brookfield Visc. (cp) 7,000-9,000 % Solids/Wt.
Celvolit 2456 Celvolit 2383 % Solid 50 53 pH 6 4 Visc. (cps) 200 1500 [T.sub.g] 19 29 MFFT 11 14 PS(nm) 175 200 In addition, the particle size of the emulsions was measured by aerosol spectroscopy and the results are shown in Figure 7.
Phase A Ethyhexyl isononanoate 2.70 Castor oil 39.69 Octyldodecyl stearoyl stearate 13.30 Caprylic/capric triglycerides 6.70 Mineral oil (70 Visc.) 1.30 Candelilla substitute, DR-415 6.70 (Strahl & Pitsch) White Beeswax SP-422P (Strahl & Pitsch) 4.00 Carnauba, SP-63 (Strahl & Pitsch) 1.00 Ozokerite, SP-1021P (Strahl & Pitsch) 3.00 Methyl glucoside sesquistearate 2.00 Phase B Covapate W8768 - BRN 1.0, 50% 1.96 Timron MP-1001 10.00 Covapate W4765 - Red 7, 20% 3.75 Covapate W3773 - Red 6, 25% 2.34 Covapate W6762 - Blue 1, 40% 1.40 Phase C Ascorbyl palmitate NF 0.05 Tocopherol 0.10 Vanilla flavor, RM-00156 0.01 PROCEEDURE: Combine the first two ingredients of phase A in mixing vessel.
(gms) (mole) (mole x [10.sup.4] (%) Visc. [[eta]] (dL/g) [**] SAG I 2.5 0.12 1.003 83.76 6.75 SAG II 2.5 0.12 2.006 84.58 6.70 SAG III 2.5 0.12 3.009 85.88 6.63 SAG IV 2.5 0.12 5.15 92.35 6.15 SAG V 2.5 0.24 2.006 93.45 6.82 SAG VI 2.5 0.30 2.006 95.56 6.90 Percentage conversion is calculated from the relation: Percent conversion = [{Wt.
@ 100[degrees]C % 29 26 31 Heat aged 14 days at 100[degrees]C Hardness change Points +8 +8 +8 Tensile change % -2% +2% +2% Elongation change % -36% -35% -35% Modulus at 10% change % +37% +49% +34% Modulus at 100% change % +67% +65% +66% Modulus at 200% change % +50% +49% +49% * Lower viscosity oil Table 7--compounds of various extension levels for 50,60, 70 and 80 hardness Hardness (durometer A): 50 A B C Ingredient (phr) Nordel MG 46100 130 130 130 N550 carbon black 90 110 125 Ca[Co.sub.3] Filler 30 35 55 Sunpar 2280 120 135 150 paraffinic oil Calcium oxide 5 5 5 Zinc oxide 5 5 5 Stearic acid 1 1 1 Sulfur 0.5 0.5 0.5 TMTD 1 1 1 TMTM 1 1 1 ZDBC 2 2 2 ZDMC 1 1 1 DTDM 2 2 2 Total phr 388.5 428.5 478.5 Compound properties Mooney visc. ML4/ MU 44.1 42.7 47.8 100[degrees]C Mooney visc.