processability


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processability

(ˌprəʊsɛsəˈbɪlɪtɪ) or

processibility

n
the ability to be processed
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Processability is determined by the viscosity of the polymer during processing and is controlled through the molecular weight of the polymer chains.
Zeopol and Huberpol precipitated highly dispersible silicas deliver distinct and substantial improvements in processability, dispersion, reinforcement and product performance characteristics over carbon black and conventional silicas, as well as other HDS products, according to the company's six-page, four-color brochure.
Sartomer USA, LLC, now offers SR523, a liquid coagent that shortens cure times and improves processability of peroxide-cured elastomers compared to conventional coagents like triallyl cyanurate (TAC).
Increasing options for performance and processability with olefin adhesives, Bostik, Wauwatosa, WI, one of the world's leading bonding solutions companies, has extended the reach of its Relyance platform.
Processability approaches to second language development and second language learning.
These additives are said to break the mold of conventional plasticizers in their enhancement of both physical properties and processability. Depending on the application and polyolefin system, they can act as processing aid, flow enhancer, compatibilizer, toughener, and plasticizer.
Aqua Q10 P40, the company's proprietary water-soluble coenzyme Q10 powder for commercial use, has a coenzyme Q10 concentration of 40% and excels in its stability, absorbability and secondary processability.
Plastic films and bottles have many advantages over traditional glass and metallic packaging systems because of their low weight, low cost and easy processability. However, one important area in which polymeric materials need improvement is in their ability to serve as efficient oxygen barriers.
In the DST method, processability and the properties of the coated paper are affected by the temperature-dependent viscoelastic properties of the latex binder.
The Polyolefins and Elastomers (PO&E) Business Group of The Dow Chemical Company announces the launch of Dowlex IP-51 Polyethylene Resin, a new freezer-grade, high-density polyethylene resin engineered to provide improved performance and processability over traditional HDPE resins.
The sites will be responsible for determining processability and case building for all OICs.
SR523 is a liquid coagent that shortens cure times and improves processability of peroxide-cured elastomers compared to conventional coagents like triallyl cyanurate.