Carbon Black

 

Carbon black is a material produced by the incomplete combustion of heavy petroleum products such as FCC tar, coal tar, ethylene cracking tar, and a small amount from vegetable oil. Carbon black is a form of amorphous carbon that has a high surface area to volume ratio, and as such it is one of the first nanomaterials to find common use, although its surface area to volume ratio is low compared to activated carbon. It is similar to soot but with a much higher surface area to volume ratio. Carbon black is used as a pigment and reinforcement in rubber and plastic products.

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Elemental carbon in the form of near-spherical particles with major diameters less than 1 ?m, generally coalesced into aggregates

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The most widely used black pigment, also acting as a UV stabiliser in plastics.

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Pure carbon pigment is derived from the partial burning or carbonizing of natural gas. Lamp Black, Ivory Black and other varieties of black are sometimes referred to as carbon black. Pure carbon is the most color-intense but has a tendency to streak and therefore is not a good painter's pigment. It is inert but has poor siccative qualities, which means that it is best used mixed with a drying pigment such as umber.

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Carbon black is a powdered form of elemental carbon. The primary use of carbon black is in rubber products, mainly tyres and other automotive products, but also in many other rubber products such as hoses, gaskets and coated fabrics. Much smaller amounts of carbon black are used in inks and paints, plastics and in the manufacture of dry-cell batteries.

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Carbon black is a powdered form of elemental carbon. The primary use of carbon black is in rubber products, mainly tyres and other automotive products, but also in many other rubber products such as hoses, gaskets and coated fabrics. Much smaller amounts of carbon black are used in inks and paints, in plastics and in the manufacture of dry-cell batteries.

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Carbon black is a powdered form of elemental carbon. The primary use of carbon black is in rubber products, mainly tyres and other automotive products, but also in many other rubber products such as hoses, gaskets and coated fabrics. Much smaller amounts of carbon black are used in inks and paints, plastics and in the manufacture of dry-cell batteries.

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An amorphous form of carbon, produced commercially by thermal or oxidative decomposition of hydrocarbons and used principally in rubber goods, pigments, and printer's ink.

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A black pigment produced by the incomplete burning of natural gas or oil. It is widely used as a filler, particularly in the rubber industry. Because it possesses useful ultraviolet protective properties, it is also much used in polyethylene compounds intended for such applications as cold water piping and black agricultural sheet.

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