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  • Newsletter #37: Rheology of non-Newtonian liquid mixtures and the role of molecular chain length

    Newsletter #37: Rheology of non-Newtonian liquid mixtures and the role of molecular chain length

    Abstract: We have examined mixtures of toluene, a Newtonian liquid, with several non-Newtonian liquids (i.e. surfactants) across the full composition range, from pure toluene to pure surfactant, for the purpose of exploring their rheological properties. Surfactants of similar viscosities but significantly different molecular weights were chosen, in order to verify the role of the molecular ch

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  • Sustainable Bonding for Starchy and Dextrin Containing Adhesive Systems
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    Sustainable Bonding for Starchy and Dextrin Containing Adhesive Systems

    Boron acid were still up four years ago as an indispensable additive for adhesive glues and for various industrial applications. When in 2011 Boron and its derivate were included in the candidate list SVHC (substances of very high concern) by ECHA as cmr-substances the manufacture and winding of cardboard cores and paper tubes and related industries faced a big challenge. With Gilunal A as boron ...