2 edition of Degradation of vinyl polymers. found in the catalog.
Degradation of vinyl polymers.
H H G. Jellinek
Written in English
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Mechanisms of the electron-induced degradation of three polymers utilized in aerospace applications (polyethylene (PE), polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and polystyrene (PS)) were examined over a temperature range of 10 K to K at ultra high vacuum conditions (∼10 −11 Torr). These processes simulate the interaction of secondary electrons generated in the track of galactic cosmic ray Styrenic Polymers: Polystyrene does not undergo any appreciable weight loss below °C though there is a reduction in molecular weight due to chain scission. The thermal decomposition process of polystyrene is rather complex including end chain scission, carbon-hydrogen bond cleavage, and free radical :// chemistry/
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New York, Academic Press, Degradation of Vinyl Polymers (Physical Chemistry, a Series of Monographs) by Jellinek, H. G and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// Degradation of some heterochain polymers.
In addition to the carbon chain vinyl polymers, many polymers whose main chain contains the heteroatoms O, N, or S also decompose to yield volatile products. The free radical chain reaction mechanism appears to apply to these decompositions but others are affected by water and acidic and basic ation In recent decades, synthetic polymeric materials, because of their unique physical properties, have rapidly replaced the more traditional materials such as steel and non-ferrous metals, as well as natural polymeric materials such as wood, cotton, and natural :// The recent explosion of interdisciplinary research has fragmented the knowledge base surrounding renewable polymers.
The Chemistry of Bio-based Polymers 2nd edition brings together, in one volume, the research and work of Professor Johannes Fink, focusing on biopolymers that can be synthesized from renewable :// It is Halogenated Polymers Poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC): The most common halogenated polymer is PVC; it is one of the three most widely used polymers in the world, with polyethylene and polypropylene.
Between and K, hydrogen chloride gas is evolved nearly quantitatively, by a chain-stripping :// Notes: In most cases (e.g., in vinyl polymers, polyamides) degradation is accompanied by a decrease in molar some cases (e.g., in polymers with aromatic rings in the main chain), degradation means changes in chemical can also be accompanied by @[email protected]
Usually, degradation results in the loss of, or deterioration in, useful properties of the :// Polymers degrade by several different mechanisms, depending on structure and exposure conditions.
Degradation results from an irreversible change which leads eventually to failure. The most common types of degradation occur through chemical reactions, but there are a few important examples of degradation resulting only from physical :// COVID Resources.
Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus For hydrolytic bulk degradation, a majority of studies focus on the mechanism of polyester degradation, particularly PLA and its co-polymers with an example, the mechanism of polyester biodegradation is discussed in this section.
Hydrolysis of polyester is usually described as a random polymer chain scission throughout the polymer, and is auto-accelerated by increasing carboxylic acid Detailed kinetic modeling of the thermal degradation of vinyl polymers has been reported by Marongiu et al.
 with the help of a unifying approach. Similarly, detailed kinetic models of PE, PP Although the book is primarily aimed at scientists and engineers practising in the field, a broad introductory section has been included to cater for a wide audience including those new to the subject area.
This comprises a description of the nature of the polymers, basic solid-state physics and an introduction to degradation and › Books › Engineering & Transportation › Engineering.
Radical polymerization is one of the most widely used means of producing vinyl polymers, supporting a myriad of commercial uses. Maintaining the quality of the critically acclaimed first edition, the Handbook of Vinyl Polymers: Radical Polymerization, Process, and Technology, Second Edition provides a fully updated, single-volume source on t There are many causes of degradation of polymers.
The chief ones among them are heat, oxidation, light, ionic radiation, hydrolysis and mechanical shear. The effect can be discoloration, loss of Effect of Solvent on the Ultrasonic Degradation of Poly(vinyl acetate) Article in Polymer Degradation and Stability 71(2) December with Reads How we measure 'reads' The factors influencing the degradation and biodegradation of polymers used in food packaging, exposed to various environments, are detailed at length.
The book covers the medical applications of bio-based polymers, concentrating on controlled drug delivery, temporary Styrene, propylene, vinyl Degradation of Plastics and Polymers chloride, vinyl acetate, and methyl methacrylate are other examples of monomers that can polymerize in this way.
Sometimes, two monomers may be reacted together so that residues of both are to be found in the same chain. Such materials are known as copoly- /shreir/PDF/ Title: Book Reviews: Degradation of Vinyl Polymers. H.H.G. Jellinek. vol. III of Physical Chemistry, A Series of Monographs: Book Authors: Hutchinson, RH.
Radical polymerization is one of the most widely used means of producing vinyl polymers, supporting a myriad of commercial uses.
Maintaining the quality of the critically acclaimed first edition, the Handbook of Vinyl Polymers: Radical Polymerization, Process, and Technology, Second Edition provides a fully updated, single-volume source on t.
Overview The degradation of waste plastics into fuel for the recovery of the organic content of the polymeric material represents a sustainable way of saving valuable petroleum resources in addition to protecting and conserving the environment.
Learn more about Chapter Recycling of Polymers by Thermal Degradation on › HOME › REFERENCE LIBRARY.Explores the characteristics of degradation and stabilization of vinyl chloride polymers (PVC), one of the more important commercially used polymers.
After exploring how the chemical structure and isomerism of macromolecules PVC affect the stability of the polymer when influenced by heat, light, radiation, electric discharge, chemical solutions, and blends with other polymers, the author is a platform for academics to share research ://