1 edition of Mechanisms of Polymer Degradation and Stabilisation found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Gerald Scott|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (336 pages)|
|Number of Pages||336|
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Aromatic and heterocyclic amines have a crucial importance for stabilization of rubbers, plastics, and coatings. A detailed examination of their chemistry revealed processes accounting for antioxidant, antifatigue, and photostabilizing activities. Aspects of chemical transformations, characteristic for the generation of radical intermediates, and products from amines under conditions of. Degradation and Stabilisation of PVC - Ebook written by J. Owen. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Degradation and Stabilisation of PVC.
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The purpose of this publication is two-fold. In the first place it is intended to review progress in the development of practical stabilising systems for a wide range of polymers and applications.
A complemen tary and ultimately more important objective is to accommodate these practical. Mechanisms of Polymer Degradation and Stabilisation. Editors (view affiliations) Gerald Scott; Book. 37 Citations; About this book. since there can be little question that further major advances in the practice of stabilisation technology will only be possible on a firm mechanistic foundation.
With the Mechanisms of Polymer Degradation and Stabilisation book increase in the number. Polymer Degradation and Stability deals with the degradation reactions and their control which are a major preoccupation of practitioners of the many and diverse aspects of modern polymer technology.
Deteriorative reactions occur during processing, when polymers are subjected to heat, oxygen and mechanical stress, and during the useful life of the materials when oxygen and sunlight are the.
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Find books. Polymer Degradation. Polymer degradation includes all changes in both the chemical structure and physical properties of polymers or polymer-based products that lead to the loss of properties such as tensile strength, color, shape, etc., under the influence of processing conditions, or one or more environmental factors (e.g., heat, light, or exposure to chemicals) (Hawkins, b.
The stabilization of polymers is still undergoing a transition from an art to a science as mechanisms of degradation become more fully developed. A scientific approach to stabilization can only be approached when there is an understanding of the reactions that lead to : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
The stabilization of polymers is still undergoing a transition from an art to a science as mechanisms of degradation become more fully developed. A scientific approach to stabilization can only be approached when there is an understanding of the reactions that lead to degradation.
Polymer Degradation and Stability deals with the degradation reactions and their control which are a major preoccupation of practitioners of the many and diverse aspects of modern polymer technology.
Deteriorative reactions occur during processing, when polymers are subjected to heat, oxygen and. Although fullerene bis-adducts have been widely used in polymer solar cells for their high LUMO energy level and good performance, the degradation behavior of this class of solar cells has not been well understood.
In this paper, the performance and stability of Author: Lingpeng Yan, Huimin Gu, Zerui Li, Jianqi Zhang, Yongzhen Yang, Hua Wang, Xuguang Liu, Zhixiang Wei. Degradation and stabilization of polymer nanocomposites In the past decades, polymer nanocomposites have attracted great attention.
With a small amount of nanofillers, generally, less than 5 wt%, mechanical properties such as elastic modulus and tensile strength, heat distortion temperature, and barrier property can be significantly improved.
Degradation mechanisms Testing methods ; Barrier technology and applications ; Stability and Degradation of Organic and Polymer Solar Cells is an essential reference source for researchers in academia and industry, engineers and manufacturers working on OPV design, development and implementation.
Mechanisms of Polymer Degradation and Stabilisation th Edition by Gerald Scott (Editor) ISBN Allen, N. Harrison, M. Ledward, M. Fellows, G. Thermal and photo-chemical degradation of nylon 6,6 polymer. Part III – Influence of iron and metal deactivators Polymer Degradation and Stability 23 Polymer Degradation and Stabilization.
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Meyer. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Institute of Process Science, EPFL, ISP‐GPM, Lausanne, Switzerland. Other chapters look at more specific aspects of UV degradation and stabilization, such as specific polymers and rubbers, analytical methods used in UV stabilization, health and safety, and more.
This book is an excellent companion to the Databook of UV stabilizers which has also been published recently. Both books supplement each other without. This is to present a Special Issue devoted to “Degradation and Stabilization of Polymer-Based Materials”, including composites, nanocomposites, polymer blends and biodegradable resins.
Thermal, mechanical, photo-oxidative and biological degradation play a vital role in determining the behavior and the final overall performance of items. "Covers recent advances in polymer degradation and stabilization. Focuses on the basics of photo- and bio-degradability.
Delineates special and general environmental parameters such as solar irradiation, temperature, and agrochemical exposure. Surveys plastic waste disposal strategies such as recycling, incineration, chemical recovery by pyrolysis.
book pertain to rubber: polymer degradation and stabilization. This second edition is a revised and ex- details the mechanisms of polymer. degradation and stabilization.
Section. Topics covered include: Chemical and physical probes for studying degradation Imaging techniques Photochemical stability of OPV materials Degradation mechanisms Testing methods Barrier technology and applications Stability and Degradation of Organic and Polymer Solar Cells is an essential reference source for researchers in academia and.
Antiozonants prevent or slow down the degradation of material caused by is naturally present in the air at very low concentrations but is exceedingly reactive, particularly towards unsaturated polymers such as rubber, where it causes ozone mechanism of ozonolysis is different from other forms of oxidation and hence requires its own class of antioxidant stabilizers.
This book, the second edition of the first monograph fully devoted to UV degradation and stabilization ever published in English, has 12 chapters discussing different aspects of UV related phenomena occurring when polymeric materials are exposed to UV radiation.
In the introduction the existing literature has been reviewed to find out how plants, animals and humans protect themselves against. Polymer degradation proceeds to form new products during the degradation path leading to mineralization which results in the formation of process end-products such as, e.g., CO 2, H 2 O or CH 4.
Oxygen is the required terminal electron acceptor for the aerobic degradation process.The performances of polymer solar cells (PSCs) based on non-fullerene acceptors (NFAs) have improved remarkably in recent years, but such devices are insufficiently stable for practical applications.
Here, we investigated the effects of NFAs on PSC long-term stability. We .