New Indian Rupee Note Material & Chemicals

New Indian Rupee Note Material & Chemicals

currency-1A significant step in paper manufacturing is to infuse the currency pulp with gelatin or poly vinyl alcohol. This enhances the strength of the notes, adding to its increased life. The manufacturers also consider adding natural and synthetic fibres, this gives the notes a great texture and also improves their mechanical strength and flexibility. All the countries of the world have security features inscribed on their currency notes. Read More

New way to control cellular reaction for regenerating tissues

cellular-reaction-vitroResearchers are trying to discover new methods to control cellular reaction in vitro using engineered materials in a continuous interest to regenerate injured or diseased tissues. Recent studies have found that nanoscale structure of the materials, on which such cells are cultured, affect how well they proliferate and develop into the tissues they are meant to become. Researchers from the University of Malaya in Malaysia. Read More

E-commerce to drive the pulp & paper industry

In an interview Nichlas Kavander, Senior Vice President, Pulp & Paper – APAC, nichlas-kavander-kemiraKemira with Chemical Today magazine delves into the factors, trends and challenges that are driving the global pulp & paper industry. He also talks about how APAC is fast becoming the strongest market for this sector. Due to the decreasing quality of recycled fibre, especially when it comes to strength, there is a growing need for strength chemicals. Read More

Manufacturing of sodium carbonate by solvay process

solvay-processSodium carbonate (Na2CO3) is found naturally or is manufactured from natural salt i.e., sodium chloride (common salt). It has many uses but, one of the major notable applications is in making of glass. Soda ash is a key chemical for producing soap, paper making, baking soda production, and bleaching fabrics and paper. The name “soda ash” is based on the principal historical method of obtaining alkali, which was by using water to extract it from ashes. Read More

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