tackifier


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tackifier

(ˈtækɪˌfaɪə)
n
a substance that causes tackiness
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The second batch of purgings--more representative of the production material--contained far less of the filler, but a similar amount of tackifier, accounting for the friction, melting, and mess.
Hydraulic mulch with a tackifier can completely cover a soil surface and bind to the soil surface to provide protection against erosion.
Polybutene partially replaces tackifier, so it is economical.
They also rarely require the use of tackifier resins or plasticizers to create, making them safe for use in applications where there is sensitivity to these materials.
Colophony is present as a tackifier in shoe dermatitis.
The second part discusses detail and applications of materials, including ionic liquid methods for obtaining chitin-based materials, fire-resistant bio-based polyurethane, graft copolymers in drug delivery, thermal properties of different polymer classes, palm oil-based resins to replace petroleum-based tackifier, and thermoplastic polyester.
Tackifier is one of the most essential ingredients used in the preparation of rubber compounds for tire industries.
Its superior design and excellent tackifier resin compatibility give SolpreneEeA 4302 optimal balance between adhesive strength, cohesive strength, and viscosity.
Investigation of the effect of a topically applied tackifier in reducing particle bounce in a melt-blown air filter.