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Wetting agents

A . Gergely

Wetting agents

their polarographic surface activity and their effect on decreasing surface tension

by A . Gergely

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Published by Textile Research Institute in Budapest .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] A. Gergely, I.Kralik, V. Komiszar.
ContributionsKomiszar, V ., Kralik, I .
The Physical Object
Pagination12p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13652777M

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One of the most important steps in the production of pigmented coatings is the homogeneous.Performance Comparison of Classified Wetting Agents 10 ability to penetrate and spread”. The official NFPA definition of a wetting agent solution is, “Water to which a wetting agent has been added” (Np.

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