blotter1cP-LSD 150mcg Blotters (RareChems Contest Limited Edition 2020)
Pelletizing is the process of compressing or molding a material into the shape of a pellet. A wide range of different materials are pelletized including chemicals, iron ore, animal compound feed, plastics, and more. Pelletization is the oldest, the most facile and efficient way of shaping MOFs and is based on forming agglomerated particles by applying pressure to the powder. A binder can also be added to increase the mechanical stability of the pellets. The simplicity of this method allows for its easy combination with MOF synthesis methods such as mechanochemical synthesis. However, the main challenge in shaping MOF pellets is the stability of the crystals under elevated pressures, which may cause partial collapse or change in the MOF structure. In addition, adding binder sometimes can partially block the MOF pores and considerably decrease the porosity of pellets comparing to original crystals. Despite all this, due to improved mechanical stability and easy manipulation of size and shape, MOF pellets are good candidates for applications such as adsorption beds and separation columns. ...
Pelletization is the oldest, the most facile and efficient way of shaping to any compound and is based on forming agglomerated particles by applying pressure to the powder. A binder can also be added to increase the stability of the pellets. However, the main challenge in shaping is the stability of the crystals under elevated pressures, which may cause partial collapse or change in the structure.
Despite all this, due to improved stability and easy manipulation of size and shape, pellets are good candidates for applications such as adsorption beds and separation columns.
Benefits of pellets
- Improved final product performance: they do not become windblown and are much easier to accurately apply in the research tests.
- Reduced waste of material: since a powdered material often results in excess material waste.
- Improved Product Handling: research chemicals in pellets form are more easier to handle and apply over the powder form.
- Improved stability and degradation: since they are compressed by high pressure processes, the stability and degradation are improved for long time conservation.
- Convenient dosage: the concentration is designed for the best research tests.
- Premium products: the appearance could be customized so the final results are quite easy to identify.
Chemical uses of pellets
The chemical use of pellets is simple: having a way to transport, store and dosage the exact concentration of a specific chemical. In this case, you can find several shapes, colours and even some pre-cut forms in order to facilitate its counting or division.
Special terms and conditions to buy pellets
All our research chemicals, including the pellets ones, are strictly sold for laboratory and analytic purposes only. If you purchase our offered products from outside of the Netherlands, please check the legal status in your country before ordering since you're responsible for compliance with the laws of your jurisdiction.
If you want to be sure a research chemical in the pellets category is available for your country, please read the product description. Another way would be to create an account with us and insert your shipping address in your account. That way, if the product is blocked for your country, the system won't allow you to add it to your cart.
Depending on the country of destination, you'll have the option to select the airmail shipping method and the registered airmail one, which is trackable and it's insured by us in the case of lost. Also, the payment method depends on the country of destination, where you should be able to pay using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Monero between others, and by bank transfer in some cases.
Once we receive the payment, your order with pellets will be set to accepted and we will send you a new email notification. If the payment is received before 16h (CET), your order will be dispatched the next day.