TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «GELATINISER»
The term «gelatiniser» is barely ever used and occupies the 208.517
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GELATINISER»
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Forensic Ballistics in Court: Interpretation and ...
... for long-term propellant stability Diphenylamine Adsorb free nitrogen dioxide
for long-term propellant stability Dinitrotoluene Gelatiniser to slow the rate of
burning Dibutylphthalate Gelatiniser to slow rate of burning Carbamate
Gelatiniser to ...
The Canadian Patent Office Record and Register of Copyrights ...
In apparatus for coa/ting food materials with substances which are heated to
rrendeir them liquid, a gelatiniser. means for heating the gelatiniser, a sitter
connected to the gelatiniser, la mixing apparatus in connection with the sifter, a
Canadian Patent Office Record
In apparatus for coating 'food materials with substances which are heated to
render them liquid. a gelatiniser, means for heating 'the gelatiniser, a sitter
connected to the gelatiniser. a mixing apparatus in connection with the sitter. a
melting pot ...
Canada. Patent Office, 1923
The technology of solvents
The gelatiniser modifies to a greater or lesser extent the forces of cohesion of the
cellulose ester, according to the quantity used and to the strength of its active
groups. On this account, and because of the near proximity of the gelatiniser to
Otto Jordan (Dr. phil., Chem.), 1940
The presence of the gelatiniser is such as to produce a clear homogeneous
colloid which when cold possesses the requisite degree of hardness but when
warm is capable of ready moulding into the form of tubes and sticks or any other ...
If sufficient gelatiniser is added to a cellulose derivative a jelly is obtained ;
sometimes heat has to be applied to bring about solution. This jelly or gel can be
further dispersed to give a homogeneous composition, by adding it to, or adding
to it, ...
Accidental Explosions: Types of explosive substances
Gelatinised nitrocelluloses which contain a sufficient quantity of non-volatile
gelatiniser may become very weakly sensitive or even totally insensitive if, in
addition to the gelatiniser, they contain a fair quantity of inert substances such as
World Surface Coatings Abstracts
... gelatiniser and starting material for higher mol. wt., water-soluble, sulpho- nium
and quaternary ammonium halide polymers and is prepared by emulsion or
dispersion polymerisation of the vinylbenzyl halide, with or without
Journal of the Textile Institute
All experiments have been carried out at 4o°C. and the " activity " of the
gelatiniser has been determined. The results are expressed by curves of the
molecular concentration of "the gelatiniser in the nitrocellulose fibres as a
function of the ...
Textile Institute, Manchester, Eng, 1946
Cellulose nitrate: the physical chemistry of nitrocellulose, ...
The phenomena we may observe as the gelatiniser breaks down the fibre
structure are very various and difficult to state in systematic terms. Quite apart
from the efficiency of the gelatiniser, there are two primary factors affecting the
Frank Douglas Miles, 1955