Action Mechanism of Stabilization of Acidified Milk Drinks by CMC   There are mainly two reasons for adding the hydrophilic colloid into dairy products. On the one hand, the hydrophilic colloid can improve the texture of products; on the other hand, it can extend the shelf life of dairy products, can precent products from the.. read more →

As a kind of treating agent to improve the performance of drilling and completion fluids, Sodium carboxymethyl Cellulose has a main role in reducing fluid loss and increasing viscosity. Sodium carboxymethyl Cellulose is easily dispersed in all water-base drilling fluids and applicable from fresh water to saturated salt water drilling fluids. In low-solid and solid-free.. read more →

Influencing Factors of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) on Stabilization of Acidified Milk Drinks   Studies found that the addition amount of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose(CMC) and its molecular parameters (such as molecular weight, degree of substitution), processing techniques (such as homogenization) have greater effects on the stability of acidified milk drinks. 3.1 Effects of the Mass.. read more →

 Applications of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose As a Binder In Batteries   With lithium-ion batteries developing in the direction of high specific energy, the traditional graphite anode materials will gradually be replaced by the anode materials of high specific capacity such as the alloy, metal oxides the anode materials of high specific capacity. The anode materials.. read more →

Functions of Sodium Carboxymethyl cellulose in Pigment Coating   Sodium Carboxymethyl cellulose has been widely used pigment coating of paper and paperboard, including the ingredients of the coatings in bar coating, air knife coating, blade coating, and metering film coating. It is all very important that Sodium Carboxymethyl cellulose plays a role in controlling and regulating.. read more →

Applications of CMC in the Ceramic Glaze Adhesion Effects The adhesion of CMC in the slurry is shown by the firm network structure formed by the macromolecules or the macromolecules depending on the hydrogen bonds and van der Waals forces. When water penetrates inside the CMC gum blocks, the part with less hydrophilic groups will.. read more →

 Impact of Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose on Bread Quality   The significant change that has taken place in cooling and storage processes of bread is “aging”, also called “maturing”. After aging, the bread flavor gets deteriorated; the aroma disappears; the hardness and brittleness of bread core increases; the transparency decreases; the soluble starch in bread decreases;.. read more →

Applications of CMC and HEC in Daily Chemical Products   Cellulose ethers are widely used polymer polymer fine chemical materials made from natural polymer celluloses by chemical treatment. Since cellulose nitrate and cellulose acetate were made in the 19th century, chemists have developed many series of cellulose ether derivatives and continually discovered new application areas,.. read more →

Prospects of Polyanionic Cellulose   PAC, short for polyanionic cellulose, is a water-soluble cellulose ether derivative made from natural cellulose by chemical modification, and usually the sodium salt of PAC is in application. PAC is in the appearance of white powder, non-toxic, odorless, and soluble in water to form a viscous solution. Due to the.. read more →

Polyanionic Cellulose (PAC) and Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose (CMC)   Sidley Chemical Co., Ltd. is currently the largest and most technologically strong production base of CMC at home, through the IS09002 international certification, and the products have been exported to Europe and America.   In the process of petroleum exploration and development, CMC occupies an important.. read more →