|Zinc Oxide Dispersion
|< 120 °C
|1.7 g/mL±0.1 g/mL at 25 °C
|Each Lot of Zinc Oxide Dispersion was tested successfully
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Zinc oxide dispersion for silicon rubber, boots, rubber gloves, and other labor products, it can greatly extend the life of the products, and improve their appearance and color. It is irreplaceable by other traditional carbon black surfactants in the use of clear or colored rubber products. Zinc oxide dispersion can also greatly improve products wear resistance and sealing effect.
Zinc oxide dispersion is used in cosmetics primarily as a skin protectant and for UV attenuation. It is ideal for formulating mild or hypoallergenic sun care products for UVA/UVB protection for babies and people with sensitive skin. Zinc Oxide is available in a wide range of primary particle sizes and varying optical properties. Notwithstanding, zinc oxide is not supplied as individual grains, but as aggregates of primary particles. The degree of aggregation is a function of the primary particle size and manufacturing process, similar to the case with TiO2. These large aggregates may reduce the protection of the formula against UV light, and likewise scatter visible light, increasing whitening when sun care products are applied on the skin.
Zinc oxide dispersion exhibit antibacterial, anti-corrosive, antifungal and UV filtering properties. Zinc oxide (ZnO) dispersions are a versatile material which finds applications in sunscreens, sunblocks, paint, preservation, piezoelectric thin films, thin-film waveguides, etc. Zinc oxide's electronic band structure allows the material to block or absorb harmful UV radiation. ZnO can thus find potential applications as a transparent electro-optic substrate.
Zinc oxide dispersion finds a lot of applications in optoelectronic devices, photocatalysts, cosmetics, pigments, paints, ceramics, solar cells, varistors, sensors, etc. The properties of ZnO can be tailor-made by reducing the size, whereby the specific surface area gets increases which increase the chemical activity.
Zinc oxide in a dispersed form is used in a number of formulations that contain water. Such formulations include sun screening preparations, cosmetics, and veterinary products. The preparation of these formulations is greatly eased if the Zinc oxide is available in the form of an aqueous dispersion which can be readily incorporated into the formulation.
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