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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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Template Polymerization  
Stefan Polowinski, Technical University of Lodz, Poland, 1996, ISBN 1-895198-15-1
Introducing the first published monograph devoted to this emerging technology Template polymerization is a new field in polymer synthesis but common practice in the biosynthesis since DNA is the most popular template or matrix on which proteins are built by living species.
Price: $85.00


AddCon '96  
Conference, 1996, ISBN 978-1-85957-072-2
Second Worldwide Additives and Polymer Modifiers Conference Palais de Congres, Brussels, Belgium, 1996
Price: $58.00


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


Rotational Molding Technology  
James L. Throne and R.J. Crawford, 2001, ISBN 1-884207-85-5
This book clarifies and quantifies many of the technical interactions in the process. It distinguishes itself from other books on the subject by being a seamless story of the advanced spects of the rotational molding process. There are seven chapters within the book.
Price: $250.00


In-Mould Decoration of Plastics  
J.C. Love and V. Goodship, The University of Warwick, 2002, ISBN 978-1-85957-328-0
The emphasis of this review is on practical applications of the techniques of in-mould decoration including advantages and disadvantages. This book provides an excellent source of information about a developing area of moulding, which will allow processors to add value to products and compete in the marketplace. J.C. Love and V. Goodship, The University of Warwick
Price: $144.00


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


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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