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The right mix: morphology and dispersion of carbon black in the stabilization of weather-resistant polyethylenes

The right mix: morphology and dispersion of carbon black in the stabilization of weather-resistant polyethylenes

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Carbon black is widely recognized and used as an effective ultraviolet (UV) light stabilizer for plastic applications. Recent research verifies that the quality of dispersion of carbon black in plast ...
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Number of pages:8
Year published:2001
Weight:0.2500
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By John Accorsi, Cabot Corp., USA
2001
 
Carbon black is widely recognized and used as an effective ultraviolet (UV) light stabilizer for plastic applications. Recent research verifies that the quality of dispersion of carbon black in plastics (i.e., polyethylene) can improve UV-resistance and mechanical properties and can extend the life span of finished plastic materials. There has been significant research linking carbon black morphology and UV performance and carbon black dispersion quality and weatherability. This study presents laboratory data supporting the link between dispersion and morphology and weather-resistance, using industry standard carbon blacks as a reference point.
  
 
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