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Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) or cellulose gum or tylose powder is a cellulose derivative with carboxymethyl groups (-CH2-COOH) bound to some of the hydroxyl groups of the glucopyranose monomers that make up the cellulose backbone. It is often used as its sodium salt, sodium carboxymethyl cellulose.

Large-capacity high power polymer ferric lithium phosphate power cell and preparation method thereof

The invention discloses a large-capacity high-power polymer lithium iron phosphate power battery. The weight ratio of anode slurry is as follows: 81 to 85 percent of lithium iron phosphate, 1 to 5.5 percent of superconduction carbon, 0 to 2.5 percent of conductive carbon soot, 0 to 4 percent of conductive black lead, 0 to 2.5 percent of crystalline flake graphite, 0 to 2 percent of carbon nanometer tube as well as 6 to 7.5 percent of polyvinylidene fluoride; the weight ratio of cathode slurry is as follows: 89 to 91 percent of cathode material, 1 to 3.5 percent of superconduction carbon, 0 to 2 percent of conductive carbon soot, 0 to 4 percent of conductive black lead, 2.5 to 3.5 percent of styrene-butadiene rubber as well as 1.5 to 2 percent of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose; the steps for preparing the battery are as follows: preparing slurry, coating the anode and the cathode, rolling and pressing a polar plate, transversely and separately cutting the polar plate, baking the polar plate, welding the polar ears of the anode and the cathode, preparing a battery cell, putting the electric core into a shell and sealing, baking the electric core, injecting liquid into the battery as well as forming the battery and dividing the volume of the battery. The invention relates to a lithium-ion secondary battery which can provide drive energies for electric tools, electric bicycles, motor cars and electric vehicles.

Inorganic hydrated salt expanded graphite composite phase-changing heat storage material and preparation method thereof

The invention relates to an inorganic hydrated salt expanded graphite composite phase-changing heat storage material. In the preparation method thereof, 85-89 mass parts of inorganic hydrated salt sodium acetate trihydrate as a heat storage matrix, 5.5-6.5 mass parts of disodium hydrogenphosphate as a nucleating agent, 2.5-3.5 mass parts of carboxymethyl cellulose as a thickening agent, and 3-4.5 mass parts of expanded graphite is blended in an inorganic hydrated salt mixture as a material with a high thermal conductivity. Due to the use of the expanded graphite, the material not only maintains excellent properties of natural flake graphite such as good thermal conductivity, no toxicity and the like, but also has adsorbability which the natural flake graphite does not have. The invention solves the problems of sub-cooling degree, phase stratification and low thermal conductivity during the heat storage process. The composite phase-changing material has a low sub-cooling degree after the phase changing performance is improved, the solution thereof is uniform without sedimentation and stratification during the solid-liquid phase change, the performance is stable, the repeatability of good, and the phase-changing heat storage can be enhanced through improving the thermal conductivity of the material.

Nano silver colloid aqueous solution preparation method using sodium cellulose glycolate

The invention discloses a method for preparing a nanometer silver colloid aqueous solution by adopting sodium carboxymethyl cellulose. The method comprises the following steps: a silver nitrate solid is dissolved in deionized water so as to prepare a silver nitrate aqueous solution A; sodium carboxymethyl cellulose is dissolved in deionized water so as to prepare a solution B; the solution A and the solution B are mixed, wherein the concentration of silver nitrate is 5*10<-5>-2.5*10<-2> mol/l, and the concentration of the sodium carboxymethyl cellulose is 0.2 to 25 g/l; the pH value of the solutions is controlled between 7 and 11; and the solutions react for 2 to 20 hours at a temperature between 15 and 90 DEG C, so as to obtain the aqueous solution containing silver colloid particles with the average particle size less than 100 nanometers. The nanometer silver colloid aqueous solution obtained by the method is brownish-grey at high concentration and is transparent bright yellow after dilution. The prepared nanometer silver colloid particles are stable in shape, good in dispersibility, adjustable and controllable in particle size distribution. The method has the advantages that the method adopts a common reaction vessel for reaction, and is simple in process, little in equipment investment and easy to implement, and raw materials involved in the reaction are friendly to environment, free from pollution, few in product impurities and convenient for post-treatment.

Sterile polymerized covering dressing for wound surface

The invention provides a sterile polymerized covering for a wound surface-medical wet dressing for a burn wound, a preparation method of the dressing, and application. The dressing comprises the following components: 10 to 30g of chitosan, 30 to 80g of polyving akohol, 5 to 10g of alginate, 5 to 15g of isomaltose hypgather, 2 to 6g of carbomer 940, 2 to 5g of gelatin, 5 to 10g of sodium carboxymethylcellulose, 10 to 30g of glycerol, and 0.01 to 0.2g of menthol; 15 to 60g of condensed tannin which is remarkable in treatment can be selectively added; and a skin penetration enhancer or an appearance conditioning agent also can be selectively added. The dressing can be prepared into an irregular dressing in order to be suitable for the wound surfaces in irregular and special positions and also can be prepared into a solid plate-shaped dressing which can be shorn at random. According to the sterile polymerized covering dressing for the wound surface, the freezing and thawing technology and the irradiating technology are combined and cross-linked to realize the preparation, and the defects of the prior art can be overcome. The dressing is high in biocompatibility, free from toxicity and sensitization and high in mechanical strength and comfort level, is out of adhering during the process of being replaced after being attached for a long time, and is a nonantigenic protective barrier which has the effect of resisting and inhibiting bacteria.

Method for treating lignocellulose raw material through steam explosion and producing biogas, cellulose and lignin simultaneously

InactiveCN102051383ASolve the problem of component separationAchieve separationWaste based fuelFermentationHigh concentrationIndustrial Additive
The invention relates to a method for treating lignocellulose raw material through steam explosion and producing biogas, cellulose and lignin simultaneously. The traditional utilization of the lignocellulose raw material only uses a single component and aims to produce a single product, thus the function of each component can not realized and the economic benefit is low. The method in the invention uses the steam explosion technology as a core, wherein hemicellulose, cellulose and lignin are separated from the lignocellulose raw material for high-value use. The method comprises the following steps: performing steam explosion on the lignocellulose raw material; degrading hemicellulose to soluble sugar; extracting soluble sugar with water for biogas fermentation, wherein lignin and cellulose are easy to separate when hemicellulose is removed; extracting high-concentration lignin with low concentration base; and leaving high concentration cellulose when hemicellulose and lignin are removed. The biogas produced by the method has low sulfur content and can be directly used; the extracted lignin can be used to produce resins, adhesives, rubber industry additives and the like; cellulose can be used for papermaking and preparing products such as polyol, carboxymethyl cellulose, cellulose acetate and textile fibre. By adopting the method in the invention, the biomass of lignocellulose can be completely utilized and no pollutant is discharged; and the method is easy for industrialization operation.

Power energy storage polymer lithium ion battery and preparation method thereof

The invention discloses a power energy storage polymer lithium ion battery. The power energy storage polymer lithium ion battery comprises a positive plate, an isolating membrane, a negative plate, electrolyte, tabs and an aluminum plastic film. The battery is formed by connecting two battery cells in parallel; the two battery cells contain double tabs, and interiors of double cores of the double tabs are connected in parallel to form a winding structure. High-viscosity molecular-scale superfine disperse lithium ion battery anode and cathode paste is prepared through three-time high-speed stirring; the anode paste comprises the following main components: polyvinylidene fluoride, a nano composite conductive agent, an anode material nickel cobalt lithium manganate and an anode material lithium iron phosphate; the cathode paste comprises the following main components: sodium carboxymethylcellulose, styrene butadiene rubber, a nano composite conductive agent and synthetic graphite. The battery is high in rate performance and has good cycle performance and low-temperature performance; by adoption of the parallel winding structure inside the double cores of the double tabs, the internal resistance of the battery can be reduced, the battery has extremely high production efficiency, and the production cost of the battery is reduced.
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