Polyvinyl Alcohol Application

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Polyvinyl Alcohol Grades

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Polyvinyl Alcohol Introduction

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properties of polyvinyl alcohol
The advantages of HW PVA as a mold release agent are listed as following.

●Good film forming property, without cracking

●Anti-adhesive release effect, even when thinly applied

●Impermeability of PVA film to the organic material used, e.g. styrene

●The PVA film which adhesives to the cast article can be peeled off by hand 

Add 25 ml of N/10 NaOH solution, seal the flask and leave it still for at least 2 hours in room temperature.Add

accurately 25 ml of N/10 H2SO4 solution and titrate back the excess amount of H2SO4 solution present with

N/10 NaOH solution using phenolphthalein as the indicator, until the solution appears in pale pink color.

The volume of N/10 NaOH solution consumed in this titration is a ml. Carry out a blank test separately; the

volume of N/10 NaOH solution consumed in this blank test is b ml.

After swelling, dissolve it completely in a boiling water bath and leave it cool to room temperature. Measure

the viscosity of each solution at 20±0.1°C by Brookfield Viscometer with UL Adapter.Then, measure accurately

the concentration of each solution (Note 1). Report the viscosity (Cps) of 4.00 wt% solution as estimated from

a curve based on the relationship between concentration and viscosity, as follows:

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