Apr13
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Chemical modification on lignosulphonate

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Sulfonation and sulfur treatment At present, the source of most sulfonated modified lignosulphonate products which at home and abroad is main abtracted from modified sulphite paper pulping waste liquor and alkaline papermaking pulping black

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Apr12
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About Lignosulphonate

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Lignosulphonate is an organic substance binding the cells, fibres and vessels which constitute wood and the lignified elements of plants, as in straw. After cellulose, it is the most abundant renewable carbon source on Earth. Between 40 and 50

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Apr09
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Introduction of Calcium Lignosulphonate

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Calcium lignosulfonate (also called MG) is a multi-component polymer anionic surfactant, the appearance of a pale yellow to dark brown powder, slightly fragrant odor, a molecular weight generally between 800 and 10,000, with a very strong

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Apr07
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Lignosulphonate use as dispersants

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Lignosulphonate use as dispersants Dye dispersant is prepared from sulfate/sulfite pulping liquors,crosslinked with sulfite/formaldehyde, products exhibits good dispersion, property, heat-resistant stability, high temp. dispersion property,

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Apr06
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Lignosulphonate used in Asphalt industry

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Lignosulphonate  used in Asphalt industry •Crack filling composition involving quaternary ammonium salt, aliphatic amine,ammonium lignosulphonate , imidazoline, and amide. • Water stability of an asphalt mixture can be improved by adding 0.3%

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Apr05
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Application of sodium lignosulphonate

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Application of sodium lignosulphonate Concrete industry: At the concrete manufacture and dry construction,it reduces the conception of components  up to10-15% remixing of the concrete mass reduces and its solidity rises,the speed of hardeing

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