OBSH

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OBSHOperation Black Sea Harmony (Turkey)
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On the other hand, the dependence of them on the OBSH coarse crystal fraction [w.sub.c] is not clear in Fig.
NATO also uses OBSH as another way to build capacity within regional navies (in this case, those of Bulgaria, Romania, and Ukraine).
EPIcell exothermic chemical agents include OBSH concentrates, azodicarbonamide, and non-plateout grades.
For this study, we used an organic blowing agent, OBSH, for these reasons:
* Celogen OT (OBSH) hydrazide for LDPE insulated coaxial cables, vinyl plastisols, screen-printing inks, rotational molded PE and EVA, and elastomer-resin blends in pipe insulation and sporting goods; non-discoloring, odorless, and suitable for some FDA-regulated applications.
* Celogen OT (OBSH) hydrazide for LDPE insulated coaxial cables, vinyl plastisols, screen-printing inks, rotational molded PE and EVA, and elastomerresin blends in pipe insulation and sporting goods; non-discoloring, odorless, and suitable for some FDA-regulated applications.
The DSC trace obtained from heating a mixture of 100 parts OBSH and 10 parts DBZ shows a broad peak exotherm at only 3 [degrees] C lower than that of OBSH alone, indicating that little, if any, activation of OBSH occurs.
These new chemical blowing agents were OBSH and ADCA.
* Celogen OT (OBSH) hydrazide for LDPE insulated coaxial cables, vinyl plastisols, screen-printing inks, rotational molded FE and EVA, and elastomer-resin blends in pipe insulation and sporting goods; nondiscoloring, odorless, and suitable for some FDA-regulated applications.
* Celogen OT (OBSH) hydrazide for LDPE insulated coaxial cables, vinyl plastisols, screen-printing inks, rotational molded PE and EVA, and elastomer-resin blends in pipe insulation and sporting goods; yields nondiscoloring, odorless products and suitable for some FDA-regulated applications.