resinification

resinification

(ˌrɛzɪnɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the act or process of becoming or making into resin or a resinous substance
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Browse Full Report with TOC- https://www.factmr.com/report/3708/superplasticizer-market Sulfonated melamine formaldehyde (SMF) type of superplasticizer that is derived from the resinification of melamine formaldehyde is relatively costlier than other types of superplasticizer.
The high Stiasny number (92.4%, wt/wt) obtained from the extract in the current study indicates its suitability for the resinification process.
This diversity of fresh resources, joined with the novel approaches and contemporary purifying procedures, make it possible to eradicate the difficulties of ancient technology for vegetable oils, such as resinification, the viscosity increased and the development of acidity.
At this stage, by restricting the addition of the long-chain and short-chain components to a limited amount, resinification is kept in an incomplete state, and the product (cellulose bonded with cardanol and acetic acid) is efficiently recovered through precipitation separation (+filtration under reduced pressure).
Besides liquefied product could also be converted to valuable products by resinification, such as adhesive.
Composition of shale oil Compounds Temperature, K 790 830 870 Phenols 11.02 21.53 14.14 Aliphatic hydrocarbons 9.01 4.80 3.85 Monocyclic aromatic compounds 6.34 3.83 1.41 Polycyclic aromatic compounds 8.23 6.14 6.06 Heterocyclic compounds 20.12 19.54 20.12 Asphaltenes and resinous compounds 12.49 18.86 18.52 Inclined to resinification and losses 32.79 25.30 35.90 Shale oil yield, kg/(kg of dry oil shale) 0.089 0.233 0.266
Among members of the migrant generation, with their close ties to their native land, this effort at "resinification," as identified in Edgar Wickberg's paper, may have seemed natural and a touchstone for considerable ethnic pride.
The time required to form a fracturable film is taken as the "resinification time." Effective antioxidants usually inhibit resinification for several hours at 130[degrees]C, the time depending on the effectiveness of the inhibitor.
Grinding too small can rupture surface oil glands causing evaporation of essential oils and loss of aroma by oxidation and resinification.
Liquefaction of wood in phenol and the resinification of the phenolated wood.
In this paper, as in my 1988 paper, I wish to point out five kinds of overseas Chinese organizational needs: (1) competitive interest articulation; (2) social welfare; (3) expression (as of religious sentiments or social status); (4) "resinification"--that is, a concern for reviving and transmitting aspects of Chinese culture, particularly to younger generations; and (5) negotiation, meaning negotiation with the larger society in the interests of the overseas Chinese community