Sep09
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About Lignosulfonates

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What are lignosulfonates and where do they come from? Lignosulfonates are complex polymers derived from trees. The wood from trees is composed mainly of three macromolecular components – cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin. In the sulfite

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Sep05
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Lignosulfonate used in dust control

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In order to find the best dust control agent, the Department of Defense set up a test at Fort Sill and Fort Hood in the late 1990s.  They looked at four agents from the three groups and how they worked on dirt roads:  polyvinyl acrylic

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Jul15
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Utilization of lignin degradation

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Lignin phenylpropane native structure has a structural unit in the appropriate conditions can degrade the lignin polymer is an aromatic or aliphatic organic small molecule compounds. Lignin can therefore been seen as renewable alternative to

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Jul13
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Lignosulfonate Used in Oil Drilling

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Lignosulfonates could be used in oil drilling working as deflocculants, chemicals to prevent the coagulation of solids. Lignosulfonate and Modified lignosulfonate from wood pulp provides a chemical that is stable at the high temperatures –

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Jul12
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Calcium Lignosulfonate

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Calcium lignosulfonate is extracted from the wood and straw pulp after sulfite pulping processed by advanced production technology have made of brown powdery solid, highly soluble in water. It is a polymer electrolyte having a molecular weight

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Jul12
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Sodium Lignosulfonate

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Sodium Lignosulfonate is naturally anionic surfactant of high molecular polymer, rich in sulfo  and carboxyl group and has better water-solubility, surf-activity and dispersion capacity.Could be used for construction, ceramics, mineral

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