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Polymers and Plastics - Environment protection and Health & safety

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The primary categories include: General interest, Polymers and plastics, and Rubber. By selecting one of these categories, the second level of choices appears. For example, in Polymers and plastics, the second level choices include: Additives, Applications, Chemical characterization, Chemistry (polymer types), Environment protection, Health & safety, Formulations, Modeling & computation, Properties, Processing methods, Recycling, Structural materials, and Testing methods. Selection of the second level choice gives many third level choices, including 85 different groups of publications on a particular subject.
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Conversion of Polymer Wastes & Energetics  
H. H. Krause and J. M. L. Penninger, 1994, ISBN 1-895198-06-2
This book shares developments in recycling in Germany and Italy. Most chapters are based on the research work conducted in the Fraunhofer Institute of Chemical Technology in Germany, contracted by the German Government to organize and investigate various aspects of recycling.
Price: $80.00


Polymer Blends and Alloys. Japanese Patent Content, 1991  
Reiji Mezaki, 1991, ISBN 1-895198-10-0
Contains a complete review of patent applications in Japan in the area of blends in 1991
Price: $120.00


PVC - Compounds, Processing and Applications  
J. Leadbitter, J.A. Day, J.L. Ryan, 1994, ISBN 978-1-85957-029-6
This report reviews the composition and synthesis of PVC, composition and formulation technology, compounding and manufacturing technology, materials obtained by blending. 500 abstracts outlines suggested references which contain required data.
Price: $72.00


The Science and Practice of Rubber Mixing  
Professor N. Nakajima, 2000, ISBN 978-1-85957-207-8
Manufacturing rubber products requires the use of many additives. Therefore, mixing of the additives with the rubber is a very important step in the processing of rubber. There has been extensive research to try to understand the relationships between the formulation and the properties of the final product.
Price: $270.00


Handbook of Polymers in Electronics  
B.D. Malhotra, 2002, ISBN 978-1-85957-286-3
The thirteen chapters cover topics such as charge transport, electrical properties, non-linear optical properties, luminescence, light-emitting diodes, photo resists, batteries, microactuators, membranes, biosensors, nanoparticle-dispersed semiconducting polymers and molecular electronics.
Price: $279.00


Analysis of Thermoset Materials, Precursors and Products.  
Dr. M.J. Forrest, 2003, ISBN 978-1-85957-390-7
There are many analytical techniques covered in this review, which describes their specific uses and even set up details for some analytical techniques. The references at the end of the report describe many specific instances of the analysis of thermoset materials published over the last 10 years. The review is accompanied by around 400 abstracts from papers and books in the Rapra Polymer Library database, to facilitate further reading on this subject. A subject index and a company index are included.  
Price: $153.00


Latex 2004  
Conference Proceedings, 2004, ISBN 978-1-85957-445-4
The conference covered both synthetic and natural rubber latex materials, additives as well as developments in important end market applications, such as adhesives, carpet backing, condoms, foamed products, gloves, non wovens, paints, textiles and many others. Topics discussed included new materials and chemicals, machinery and equipment developments, standards & regulatory requirements, quality enhancements, and market trends.
Price: $148.00


Radiation Curing  
R.S. Davidson, 2001, ISBN 978-1-85957-288-7
This is a very readable review on the exciting, advancing technology of radiation curing. The principles upon which the technology is based, the equipment that is used and the materials which make up a radiation curable formulation are described.
Price: $144.00


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