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Additives in polymers

industrial analysis and applications

by Jan C. J. Bart

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Published by Wiley in Hoboken, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymers -- Additives,
  • Polymers -- Analysis

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJan C.J. Bart.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP1142 .B37 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3294438M
    ISBN 100470850620
    LC Control Number2004015411

    Determination of Additives in Polymers and Rubbers Designed as a practical text for use in the labs of the plastic producer and user industries, this up-to-date book presents recent knowledge on polymer additive systems, such as chromatographic techniques, gas analysis, thermogravimetry, and more. The book is divided into five parts which cover advances in various areas of polymer additives. The first part is devoted to the progress in understanding of UV degradation and stabilization of various polymers.

    Calcium carbonate is one of the most widely utilized minerals additives in several PVC applications. Ground calcium carbonates (GCC) are used mainly as fillers, while precipitated calcium carbonates (PCC) are multi-functional additives that can function as reinforcing fillers, processing aids and impact modifiers.   Additives are selected depending on the type of polymers to which they will be added or the application for which they will be used. The appropriate selection of additives helps develop value-added plastics with improved durability as well as other :

    Nevertheless providing environmentally sound and cost effective foam solutions continues to be a constant challenge.\ucbr\ue\ucbr\ueBlowing Agents and Foaming Processes was dedicated to the critical role of blowing agents in foamed plastics and rubber and included, amongst other things, commercial polymeric foams and their.   Indirect Food Additives and Polymers: Migration and Toxicology By Victor O. Sheftel (Ministry of Health, State of Israel, Jerusalem). Lewis Publishers: Boca Raton, FL. xvi + pp. $ ISBN


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Additives are selected depending on the type of polymers to which they will be added or the application for which they will be used. The appropriate selection of additives helps develop value-added plastics with improved durability as well as other advantages.

This research book provides a. Jan C.J. Bart (PhD Structural Chemistry, University of Amsterdam) is a senior scientist with broad interest in materials characterisation, heterogeneous catalysis and product development who spent an industrial carrier in R&D with Monsanto, Montedison and DSM Research in various countries.

The author has held several teaching assignments and researched extensively in. 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 4/5(2).

polymers, such as PE [78] and PP [79] as well as bio-based pol ymers, such as PHB [80], MaterBi [81] or PLA [82, 83]. Successful attempts prov e. The role of additives in commodity and specialty polymeric artifacts is of key importance since pure polymers often show poor resistance to external factors (such.

The use of Additives in polymers book additives, of course, Additives in polymers book the growth of the polymers they are used in. Additives used at high volumes in POs and other polymers include inorganic fillers, which make up over half the market share of polymer additives.

Additives are often integrated with resin by compounders and converters using masterbatch concentrates. These polymers would be useless without various additives. The book focuses on polyolefin additives that are currently important in the plastics industry, alongside new additives of increasing interest, such as nanofillers and environmentally sustainable materials.

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, Format: Hardcover.

Additives in Polymers: Analysis and Applications - Kindle edition by Berlin, Alexandr A., Rogovina, Svetlana Z., Zaikov, Gennady E. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Additives in Polymers: Analysis and cturer: Apple Academic Press. Book Description.

Now, more than ever, foods come packaged in containers designed for direct cooking or heating, which often causes the movement of substances - indirect additives - into foods. Because of their unique characteristics, plastics or polymeric materials (PM) have become the most important packaging material for food products.

Additives in polymers: industrial analysis and applications Jan C. Bart. This industrially relevant resource covers all established and emerging analytical methods for the deformulation of polymeric materials, with emphasis on the non-polymeric components.

You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always. About this Book This industrially relevant resource covers all established and emerging analytical methods for the deformulation of polymeric materials. These polymer additives contribute to maintaining the functionality of the plastics or conferring new functionalities.

Plastics inherently lack sufficient stability against heat and light. For this reason, plastics readily oxygenate and degrade when exposed to heat or ultraviolet rays in sunlight during the molding process or use.

traces of additives such as antioxidants and ultraviolet-absorbing compounds. It is important to understand their impact on the polymer and its quality. High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is an analytical method that is effective for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of these additives.

In HPLC, UV detection is the most. All Book Search results » About the author () Jan C.J. Bart (PhD Structural Chemistry, University of Amsterdam) is a senior scientist with broad interest in materials characterisation, heterogeneous catalysis and product development who spent an industrial carrier in R&D with Monsanto, Montedison and DSM Research in various countries.

Polymer additives are the chemicals that are added to polymer matrix to improve the process-ability of polymers, enhance the service life of the polymer product or to suit some special end use requirement of the product. For example, To make a cak. Indirect Food Additives and Polymers: Migration and Toxicology by Victor O.

Sheftel. Now, more than ever, foods come packaged in containers designed for direct cooking or heating, which often causes the movement of substances - indirect additives - into foods. Plastic polymers have chemical reaction properties similar to those of small molecules, though the polymers themselves are larger in size.

This means that a range of different factors, including thermal conditions, stress cracking, or the diffusion of chemical additives, can alter the molecular plastic polymer structure, and thus the fundamental properties, of most plastic polymer materials.

Purchase Additives for Plastics Handbook - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNGet this from a library. Additives in polymers: analysis and applications. [Al Al Berlin; Svetlana Z Rogovina; G E Zaikov;] -- "Additives are selected depending on the type of polymers to which they will be added or the application for which they will be used.

The appropriate selection of additives helps develop value-added. Polymer Additives. How a polymer additive is used varies depending on polymer and application.

Appropriate use of polymer additives improve many characteristics such as durability, stiffness, clarity, weatherability, resulting in creating a product that has higher value.Additives in Polymers: Industrial Analysis and Applications / Edition 1. by Jan C. J. Bart relevant for which purpose substances were added to a polymer (intentionally or not).

Therefore, for the scope of this book an extended definition of 'additive' will be used, namely anything in a polymeric material that is not the polymer itself.

This Price: $The book is divided into five parts which cover advances in various areas of polymer additives. The first part is devoted to the progress in understanding of UV degradation and stabilization of various polymers.

Oxidation degradation and stabilization of .