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Additives - Plasticizers

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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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Polymer Reinforcement  
Yuri S. Lipatov, 1995, ISBN 1-895198-08-9
The main topics of this book are fillers, their interface with polymers, composites, blends, and alloys. Treatment of the subject is fundamental based on principles of surface phenomena, physico-chemical theory of filling, theory of adsorption, surface adhesion, etc
Price: $145.00


AddCon '95  
Conference, 1995, ISBN 978-1-85957-037-1
Worlwide Additives and Polymer Modifiers Conference Basel, Switzerland, 1995.
Price: $72.00


Physical Testing of Rubbers  
R.P. Brown, 1992, ISBN 978-0-08041965-7
Included are testing methods for quality control, obtaining design data, prediction of service performance, and investigation of failure. Test methods are based on standardized techniques. The development and current status of the most important testing areas, including advances in instrumentation and reproducibility assessment are also discussed.
Price: $72.00


PVC - World Markets and Prospects  
Market Report, 2002, G. Pritchard, Emeritus Professor of Kingston University, Surrey, UK, 2002, ISBN 978-1-85957-311-2
This report discusses PVC from a business perspective, looking at its supply and demand, price, markets and applications, environmental issues and the future prospects of the industry.
Price: $430.00


Emulsion Polymerization and Latex Applications  
Christopher D. Anderson and Eric S. Daniels, 2003, ISBN 978-1-85957-381-5
The technology and science of emulsion polymerization are described clearly and succinctly in this review from two authors who are at the forefront of latex research and development. The text is referenced extensively to permit further reading on this subject.
Price: $155.00


TPE 2001  
Conference, 2001, ISBN 978-1-85957-276-4
This international two-day conference is now firmly established as Europe's premier meeting place for the thermoplastic elastomers sector. The last two events brought together more than 200 key players involved in all stages of the TPE supply chain.
Price: $160.00


Plastics Additives  
Geoffrey Pritchard, 2005, ISBN 978-1-85957-499-7
The plastics industry has seen restructuring and mergers, and new manufacturing processes and specifications have altered customers requirements for additives. Plastics Additives, a new market report from Rapra, offers a fresh account of the additives market. Plastics Additives begins with an executive summary of the important points arising from the report, followed by an overview of the significant trends in the four largest plastics market sectors: packaging, construction, automotive and electrical and electronics. The report focuses on the important issues within Europe, with comment on the relevant trends in North America and Asia.
Price: $500.00


Imaging and Image Analysis Applications for Plastics  
Prof. Dr. Behnam Pourdeyhimi, 1999, ISBN 1-884207-81-2
This book is of interest for all functions in research, development, new product implementation, production, product engineering in industries which process polymers and plastics.
Price: $105.00


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