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Chemistry - Polymer Types - Polycarbonate

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Blends and Alloys of Engineering Thermoplastics  
H.T. van de Grampel, 1991, ISBN 978-0-08041744-8
This review report explains the theory of blending materials which may be essentially incompatible, and the properties and applications of commercially available blends of engineering thermoplastics are then described.
Price: $72.00


Polymer Testing '96  
Conference Proceedings, 1996, ISBN 978-1-85957-082-1
The second international conference on the testing of polymers, jointly organized by Rapra, Rubber Weekly, and European Plastics News, provided a forum for experts in testing from around the Europe to discuss developments and problems in the areas of fire testing, food contact, weathering and laboratory management. All papers presented are included in this edition.
Price: $55.00


Extrusion: The Definitive Processing Guide and Handbook  
Giles, Jr., Wagner, Jr., and Mount, III, 2007, ISBN 978-0-8155-1473-2
This reference is a practical guide to extrusion including both the equipment and materials processing aspects. It provides basic and advanced topics about thermoplastics processing in the extruder, for reference and training.
Price: $400.00


Developments in the Theory of Cationoid Polymerisations  
Professor P.H. Plesch, 2002, ISBN 978-1-85957-270-2
This book is an appropriate sequel to the two books on Cationic Polymerisations edited by Professor Plesch in 1953 and 1963. Like its predecessors, this book will be indispensable to anyone who intends to study the subject and also to those who use the reactions concerned to make rubbers and resins in a chemical plant. Because of the Author's acute sense of continuity and his awareness of 'prior art', these papers will be a useful resource for historians of chemical ideas.
Price: $260.00


Practical Guide to the Assessment of the Useful Life of Plastics  
R.P. Brown and J.H. Greenwood, 2002, ISBN 978-1-85957-312-9
This book will be useful for anyone responsible for designing, manufacturing or testing plastic components. It will also be of benefit to suppliers and users of end products, as assessment of useful lifetime is critical to the economics and safety aspects of any component.
Price: $369.00


Troubleshooting Injection Moulding  
Vannessa Goodship, 2004, ISBN 978-1-85957-470-6
This review examines the different types of surface defects that can be identified in plastics parts and looks at ways of solving these problems. Useful flow charts to illustrate possible ways forward are included. Case studies and a large number of figures make this a very useful report.
Price: $150.00


Pharmaceutical Applications of Polymers for Drug Delivery  
Professor David Jones, 2004, ISBN 978-1-85957-479-9
This review will be of interest to anyone who has an interest in the pharmaceutical use of polymers, whether as a researcher or as a manufacturer of medical devices.
Price: $150.00


Mixing of Vulcanisable Rubbers and Thermoplastic Elastomers  
P.R. Wood, 2005, ISBN 978-1-85957-496-6
This report describes the current state of the art in mixing from a practical viewpoint. Developments that have taken place in mixing equipment over the last eight or nine years have been significant, with almost all major machinery makers having made innovations of one type or another. Some developments have been as small as re-profiling rotors of relatively conventional design. Others have been the introduction of completely new rotor designs, both intermeshing and tangential.
Price: $153.00


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