By Takeshi Shiono, Kotohiro Nomura, Minoru Terano
The 1st Asian Polyolefin Workshop introduces the new advancements and the learn actions on polyolefin expertise in Asia, that is changing into one of many very important locations in know-how in addition to in economic climate. Asian international locations have skilled impressive fiscal progress within the final decade as represented via China. The Asian Polyolefin Workshop (APO) was once deliberate to supply a venue for Asian scientists and engineers picking out and exploring the parts of universal pursuits. The workshop used to be held in Nara on December 7th-9th, 2005, with greater than a hundred individuals from China, Israel, India, Japan, Korea, Russia, Spain and Thailand.
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Phosphite is known to provide good stability in particular during processing, and to add generally to PP together with phenolic antioxidant . The commercial one degraded in particular at the sheeting stage and the magnitude in the decrease of molecular weight was estimated to be ca. 3 %. This was not so significant and was acceptable degradation levels in practical use. 0 X 10s Initial Extrusion Sheeting Drawing Figure 2 Changes In Mw of samples obtained by the developed method and standard pellet in each processing stage.
5. 2, makes disappearance of the acidic coloration. 5. 1 with strong acidic site has two peaks. 5 cationic Zr species. 2 metallocene complex. 3 with weak 300 400 500 800 500 600 600 700 acidic site show only peak Wavenumber [nm] with shorter wavelength Figure 1. 1-3 assigned to neutral Zr-species. Figure 2 shows the zirconium content of prepolymerized catalysts. The catalyst with strong acidic site has a high Zr-content. This would indicate that the strong acidic site makes a tight bonding between metallocene complex and clay, to give higher Zr-content of the catalyst.
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