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Chemistry - Polymer Types - Polyvinyl chloride

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Metallocene Technology and Modern Catalytic Methods in Commercial Applications  
George M. Benedikt, 1999, ISBN 1-884207-76-6
The market predictions for various resins and products are changing rapidly but gradually it becomes known which directions are most likely to be affected and why. Several chapters contribute to this understanding.
Price: $140.00


Rubber Compounding Ingredients - Need, Theory and Innovation  
C. Hepburn, University of Ulster, 1997, ISBN 978-1-85957-099-9
The objectives of rubber compounding may be essentially defined as providing optimised performance and processability, generally at minimum cost, by the incorporation of non-rubber ingredients. Optimised performance in this context refers not only to mechanical properties but also, for example, resistance to bacteria or particular chemicals. In some applications a rubber may also need to be coloured, or bonded to another material, and further ingredients may be required.
Price: $145.00


The Plastics Compendium Vol 1  
M.C. Hough and R. Dolbey, 1995, ISBN 978-1-85957-058-6
A comprehensive collection of professionally validated, comparative data, on the most widely used plastics materials. The Plastics Compendium covers thermoplastics, thermosets, composites and thermoplastic elastomers.
Price: $370.00


Thermoplastic Elastomers  
P.W. Dufton, 2001, ISBN 978-1-85957-302-0
This report contains discussion of the different families of thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) materials, and of the trends in material developments. The key end-use sectors are analysed in terms of material usage and future trends.
Price: $450.00


Practical Guide to Rotational Molding  
R.J. Crawford and M.P. Kearns, 2003, ISBN 978-1-85957-387-7
This book describes the basic aspects of rotational molding and includes information on the latest state of the art developments in the industry. A key feature of the approach is to use photographs wherever possible to illustrate the points that are being made. This book will be useful to those new to the industry, as well as those who are experienced in some aspects of the process.
Price: $90.00


Handbook of Plastic Foams  
David Eaves, 2004, ISBN 978-1-85957-388-4
This Handbook reviews the chemistry, manufacturing methods, properties and applications of the synthetic polymer foams used in most applications. This book will be of interest to those just embarking upon an exploration of the subject of foams, whether in industry or academia. But this will be equally useful to those already working in the field, who need to know about different types of foam.
Price: $190.00


Practical Guide to Polyethylene  
Cornelia Vasile and Mihaela Pascu, 2005, ISBN 978-1-85957-493-5
This Practical Guide describes the processing issues and conditions for the wide range of techniques used for polyethylene, and also considers post-processing and assembly issues. It.offers guidance on product design and development issues, including materials selection.
Price: $90.00


The Rubber Formulary  
Peter A Ciullo and Norman Hewitt, 1999, ISBN 0-8155-1434-4
This book contains two parts: introduction to the raw materials used in rubber industry and the formulary part where formulations for final products are given.
Price: $345.00


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