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Additives For Plastics Handbook

Author: J. Murphy
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080498614
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Both technically and economically, additives form a large and increasingly significant part of the polymer industry, both plastics and elastomers. Since the first edition of this book was published, there have been wide-ranging developments, covering chemistry and formulation of new and more efficient additive systems and the safer use of additives, both by processors in the factory and, in the wider field, as they affect the general public. This new edition follows the successful formula of its predecessor, it provides a comprehensive view of all types of additives, concentrating mainly on their technical aspects (chemistry/formulation, structure, function, main applications) with notes on the commercial background of each. The field has been expanded to include any substance that is added to a polymer to improve its use, so including reinforcing materials (such as glass fibre), carbon black and titanium dioxide. This is a book which has been planned for ease of use and the information is presented in a way which is appropriate to the users' needs.

Plastics Additives Handbook

Author: Hans Zweifel
Publisher: Hanser Gardner Publications
ISBN: 9781569904305
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Plastics without additives are not viable. Additives are essential to make plastics processable and to assure their end-use properties. The demands on additives have continued to evolve, not only because of changes in processing conditions and production techniques but also because plastics are being used in more demanding applications. This revised and updated edition, described earlier by one reviewer as the "bible" for anyone involved in the chemistry and technology of plastics additives, again provides an excellent overview of the complex science and technology of plastics additives and their industry. It offers guidance for all professionals involved in the development of new thermoplastic resin grades and novel end-use applications.

Handbook For The Chemical Analysis Of Plastic And Polymer Additives Second Edition

Author: Michael Bolgar
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439860750
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Polymers have undoubtedly changed the world through many products that improve our lives. However, additives used to modify the overall characteristics of these materials may not be fully disclosed or understood. These additives may present possible environmental and health hazards. It is important to monitor consumer products for these compounds using high-quality reference materials and dependable analytical techniques. The Handbook for the Chemical Analysis of Plastic and Polymer Additives, Second Edition provides the necessary tools for chemists to obtain a more complete listing of additives present in a particular polymeric matrix. It is designed to serve as a valuable source for those monitoring a polymer/plastic material for regulatory or internal compliance. It also helps analysts to correctly identify the complex nature of the materials that have been added to the polymer/plastic. With 50 additional compounds, this second edition nearly doubles the number of additives in several categories, including processing aids, antistatic compounds, mould release products, and blowing agents. It includes a listing that can be cross-referenced by trade name, chemical name, CAS number, and even key mass unit ions from the GC/MS run. Addressing additives from an analytical viewpoint, this comprehensive handbook helps readers identify the additives in plastics. This information can be used to assess compliance with regulations issued by the FDA, US EPA, EU, and other agencies.

Handbook Of Plastic And Rubber Additives

Author: Michael Ash
Publisher: Synapse Info Resources
ISBN: 9781890595692
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This reference profiles, in detail, more than 22,000 trade name and generic chemicals that function as plastic and rubber additive ingredients in the formulation of a variety of end products in these important industries. The extensive information about these functional materials has been gathered from more than 2300 worldwide manufacturers, their subsidiaries, and distributors. Plastic additives are a diverse group of chemicals that are either incorporated into the plastic product prior to or during processing, or applied to the surface of the product when processing has been completed. These additives aid in the processing of the plastic end product (e.g., blowing/foaming agents, mold release agents, lubricants, organic peroxides, etc.) or improve the characteristics of the final product (antimicrobials, odorants, antistatic agents, colorants, fillers/extenders, impact modifiers, and UV stabilizers, viscosity control agents, etc.). Natural rubbers and synthetic elastomers derive their commercial versatility from the incorporation of additives classified into three categories: antidegradants (including antiozonants and antioxidants), accelerators and vulcanizing agents, and specialty additives (e.g., blowing agents, plasticizers, flame retardants, softeners). This reference coalesces current and essential information about both trade name and generic chemical additives into a single source and expedites material selection for the user by cross-referencing trade name products by chemical composition, function/application, CAS number and EINECS number. Full contact details for the manufacturers are also included.

Plastics Additives Handbook

Author: Helmut Müller
Publisher: Hanser Gardner Publications
ISBN: 9781569901533
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This updated, expanded volume has long been established as the "bible" for all those involved in the chemistry and technology of polymer additives.

Plastics Additives

Author: Ernest W. Flick
Publisher: William Andrew
ISBN: 0815514700
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This book and its companion volumes contain plastics additives formulations based on information received from numerous industrial companies and other organizations. Each formulation is identified by a description of its end use.

Additive Migration From Plastics Into Foods

Author: Thomas Roy Crompton
Publisher: iSmithers Rapra Publishing
ISBN: 9781847350558
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Plastics are now being used on a large scale for the packaging of fatty and aqueous foodstuffs and beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Thus it is likely that some transfer of polymer additives will occur - adventitious impurities such as monomers, oligomers, catalyst remnants and residual polymerisation solvents and low molecular weight polymer fractions - from the plastic into the packaged material with the consequent risk of a toxic hazard to the consumer. This book covers all aspects of the migration of additives into food and gives detailed information on the analytical determination of the additives in various plastics. This book will be of interest to those engaged in the implementation of packaging legislation, including management, analytical chemists and the manufacturers of foods, beverages, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics and also scientific and toxicologists in the packaging industry.

Makromolek Le

Author: Hans-Georg Elias
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527626549
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Band 3 eines Klassikers! Kein anderes Werk der Makromolekularen Chemie hat jemals sechs Auflagen erlebt. Die Anderung der Produktion und des Verbrauchs von Polymeren ist ein Ma?stab fur die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung. Dieser Band gibt eine Ubersicht uber Synthese und grundlegende Eigenschaften der technisch und wissenschaftlich wichtigsten Polymere, geordnet nach ihren Kettenstrukturen, was in den meisten Fallen auch einer Ordnung nach Rohstoffen und/oder Syntheseverfahren entspricht. Im Vordergrund stehen dabei die technischen Synthesen. Dabei werden viele neuere Polymere wie Fullerene, Metallocen-Polymere usw. berucksichtigt. Die Kapitel uber die klassischen Makromolekule sind stark uberarbeitet und erweitert worden. Eine Behandlung der Rohstoffe fur die Polymere und der zur Synthese und Verarbeitung erforderliche Energiebedarf runden den Uberblick uber das gesamte Gebiet der industriellen Polymere ab. Bei allen Stoffgruppen wurden neu umfangreiche vergleichende Eigenschaftstabellen aufgenommen, so dass thermische, mechanische und elektrische Eigenschaften auf einen Blick aufgefunden und verglichen werden konnen. Auch dieser dritte Band der Reihe prasentiert sich damit als modernes, umfassendes Nachschlagewerk!

The Reinforced Plastics Handbook

Author: John Murphy
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9781856173483
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The new second edition of Reinforced Plastics Handbook has been completely revised and updated to reflect changes, new techniques and components and provides new information including: •Thermosetting resins: polyesters, vinyl esters, high performance resins. •Reinforced thermoplastics: low warpage, hydrolysis-resistant grades, new forms of glass fibre, natural resins and fibres. •Major extensions on liquid crystal polymers, long fibre reinforced thermoplastics, polyurethanes and core materials. •Major additions to moulding/processing technology: latest developments in RTM, SCRIMP. •An enlarged chapter on design and applications to include extended data on sandwich constructions and polyureathane (reinforced reaction injection moulding). •The latest legislation including consumer safety (flame retardency, toxicity) and safety in the workplace (styrene emission control, solvents, low dust reduced allergy materials).

Handbook Of Antiblocking Release And Slip Additives

Author: George Wypych
Publisher: ChemTec Publishing
ISBN: 1895198313
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The Handbook of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives is the first ever book written on this subject. These chemicals are of high industrial importance because of their widespread applications in industrial and consumer products. It is very important source of information for professionals in industry, research, academia, and government. Eighteen chemical families form the core of a large number of commercial products used by industry as antiblocking, release, and slip additives. These additives are used in the production of materials from 44 generic families of polymers. Polymers containing antiblocking, release, and slip additives are processed by 17 groups of processing methods. The processing methods are used by at least 25 industries. A complete, up-to-date analysis of the literature and patents available on these additives is included in the book. The book considers all essential aspects of chemistry, physical properties, influence on properties of final products, formulations, methods of incorporation, analysis, and effects on health and environment.