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  • The role of sodium silicate
    THE ROLE OF SODIUM SILICATE IN NEWSPRINT DEINKING Dept. of Pulp and Paper Technology, Durban Institute of Technology, PO Box 953, Durban 4000, South Africa School of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Natal, Durban, South Africa newsprint, deinking, sodium silicate, fatty acid soaps, calcium
  • The role of sodium
    The role of sodium silicate in the flotation deinking of newsprint at Mondi Merebank Jimmy Pauck and Professor Jeremy Marsh The deinking process employed at Merebank is outlined and illustrated. A brief literature review of the relevant pulping and flotation chemistry is presented, with particular
  • Journal papers
    by 40% Bubreak siloxane technology: the key to profitable pulping Jimmy Pauck and Professor Jeremy Marsh. The role of sodium silicate in the flotation deinking of newsprint at Mondi Merebank Stuart Bradbury, Rex Zietsman and David Rogans. Upgrade of existing foul condensate stripping incorporating
  • Sealing Smut and Prevention
    sealing processes. Common sealing processes include immersion in hot water (boiling DI water), a nickel acetate solution, and a dichromate solution. Low temperature nickel fluoride sealing is a relatively new sealing method. Steam sealing has been used in Japan since 1932[1]. Sodium silicate
  • Glass
    chemicals except hydrofluoric acid. Most glass is based on the silicate system and is made from three major constituents: silica (SiO), lime (CaCO ), and sodium carbonate (NaCO ). Various oxides are added to tailor the properties of glass to meet specific requirements. Nonsilicate-system glasses

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