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  • Article - 2 May 2002
    Fumed silica is a useful additive for liquid and solid systems. It provides useful rheological properties such as thixotropy and controlled drying as well as hindering the settling of pigments. It...
  • Article - 8 Jun 2018
    Rheology modifiers are common additives in a wide range of products and industries. The scientists use them to obtain desired product properties, from thickness of a cream or better pouring properties...
  • Article - 22 Oct 2007
    Fillers are used in sealant products to reduce the cost of the material and/or to act as both a rheology control and reinforcement agent. The materials range from fumed silica to natural products such...
  • Article - 14 Aug 2002
    The origin and classification of this relatively new family of refractory materials is outlines.
  • Article - 1 Jun 2007
    Geopolymers are materials similar to Portland cement but made from natural aluminosilicates. Geopolymers made from industrial byproducts like flyash and blast furnace slag may be used to encase...
  • Article - 13 Apr 2006
    This research was conducted to develop new formulations of AZS (alumina-zirconia-silica) refractories with different amounts of ZrO2 with the purpose of improving properties and the work conditions in...
  • Article - 13 Dec 2001
    Silica is one of the most abundant oxides in the earths crust. It exists in 3 crystalline forms as well as amorphous forms. It hasmany useful properties and is used in a range of applications such as...
  • Article - 25 Sep 2001
    Silicones are polymers with a Si-O-Si backbone. There are different types depending on functional groups in the structure and curing mechanisms. Key properties include thermal stability, chemical...
  • Article - 9 Oct 2001
    Manufactured by sol-gel processes these materials are becoming more popular. One type is the silsesquioxane cage structure and is close to commercialisation. Also called polyhedral oligomeric...
  • Article - 11 Jan 2021
    This article outlines how to use Mean Particle Size and Zeta Potential to Analyze CMP Slurries.