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Chevron Phillips Shawinigan Black® Acetylene Black ABBEADW  (Unverified Data**)
Categories: Carbon; Carbon Black

Material Notes: SHAWINIGAN ACETYLENE BLACK is made from acetylene gas and is the purest form of carbon black available. Its unique structural properties offer high liquid absorption, high electrical conductivity, and the ability to impart this conductivity into plastics, rubber, and other materials. This product is in beaded form. It is free flowing, less dusty, and easier to handle than flake products.

Moisture: 0.10% Typical; 0.25% Max. Ash: 0.005% Max. Average bead hardness (16-18 mesh) is typically 7.0 g with a minimum value of 6.0 g. Mass strength is typically 100 psi with a minimum value of 20 psi. DBPA No is typically 204 cc/100 g with a minimum of 180 cc/100 g. AWSR (500 mesh sieve) is typically 1.0 ppm with a maximum value of 4.0 ppm. pH is 7.0.

Data provided by Chevron Chemical.

Available Properties
  • Density, Typical
  • Apparent Bulk Density
  • Water Absorption, Typical
  • Water Absorption
  • pH
  • Specific Surface Area, BET Method
  • Carbon, C
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Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP; ChevronPhillips

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