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Degradation and stabilization of vinyl-chloridebased polymers
K. S. Minsker
|Other titles||Degradation and stabilization of vinylchloride-based polymers.|
|Statement||by K.S. Minsker, S.V. Kolesov, G.E. Zaikov ; translator B.L. Kazushin, translation editor T.R. Crompton.|
|Contributions||Kolesov, S. V., Zaikov, Gennadiĭ Efremovich.|
|LC Classifications||QD383.V56 M5613 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 508 p. :|
|Number of Pages||508|
|LC Control Number||87036029|
Thermogravimetry and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) have been used to study the thermal and thermo-oxidative degradation of polystyrene (PS) and PS−clay nanocomposite. An advanced isoconversional method has been applied for kinetic analysis. Introduction of the clay phase increases the activation energy and affects the total heat of degradation that suggests a change in the reaction. During the past decade, the field of polymer degradation and stabilization has become a subject of central importance in polymer science and technology. This book provides a fundamental source of information designed for those with only a basic understanding of the background of the field.
In the first, up to ºC, the main degradation reactions are dehydrochlorination of PVC and CPE, but the rates and mechanisms of the polymer degradation are significantly different. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Minsker, K.S. (Karl Samoĭlovich). Degradation and stabilization of vinyl-chloridebased polymers. Oxford ; New York.
Degradation of unplasticised poly vinyl chloride based engineering products upon exposure to ultra violet radiation Article (PDF Available) November with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Effect of conformations, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 18, 11, (), (). Wiley Online Library Zbynek Mayer, Thermal Decomposition of Polyvinyl Chloride) and of Its Low-Molecular-Weight Model Compounds, Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part C: Polymer Reviews, 10, .
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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. An excellent review of available information on polymer degradation technology, at the leading edge of possible solutions to some of the world's pressing problems, such as pollution, solid waste disposal, and product by: PVC Degradation and Stabilization, Fourth Edition, includes new developments in PVC production, new stabilization methods and mechanisms, new approaches to plasticization, methods of waste reprocessing, accelerated degradation due to electric breakdown, and much more.
The book contains all the information necessary for the successful design of stabilization formulas in any PVC-based. select article Degradation and stabilization of vinyl chloride based polymers: by K.
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Degradation Detection Methods. Thermal Degradation. Theoretical Aspects Regarding Polymer Photochemistry, Photochemical Behavior of Multicomponent Polymeric-based Materials, /_1.
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Thermal Stability, Degradation, and Stabilization Mechanisms of Poly(vinyl chloride) Béla Iván Current address: University of Mainz, Institute of Physical Chemistry, WelderwegD. 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. (). New Developments in Degradation and Stabilization of Polymers Based on Vinyl Chloride. Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part C: Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. Thermal Stability, Degradation, and Stabilization Mechanisms of Poly(vinyl chloride) Iván Advances in Chemistry, Volumepp 19– The degradation of poly(vinyl chloride) is a complex chain dehydrochlorination that consists of an initiation process to generate an active intermediate and a series of chain reactions that generates additional active intermediates with progressively increased numbers of double bonds.
Polymer Degradation and Stability provides a forum for the publication of their work. Types of paper Original research papers; review articles; technical notes; short reports; news and announcements; book reviews; letters to the editors.
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The degradation of PVC in the presence of 02 generates high concentrations of such structural elements by oxidation and is catalyzed by them Conjugated polyenes are very reactive and they easily suffer a series of secondary reactions at relatively high temperatures.
It has been Degradation and stabilization of PVC. Degradation and Stabilization of Polymers. Billingham. Search for more papers by this author. Book Editor(s): Professor R. Cahn. University of Cambridge, Dept. of Materials Science and Metallurgy, Pembroke Street, Cambridge CB2UK.
Photo‐Stabilization of Polymers. Loss of Stabilizing Additives. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g. ) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g.
– 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14).Polyvinyl chloride has played a key role in the development of the plastics industry over the past 40 years and continues to be a polymer of major importance.
The reasons for its enormous versatility and range of application derive from a combination of the basic structure which gives rise to a.
Types of polymers degradation. The degradation of polymers usually starts at the outer surface and penetrates gradually into the bulk of the material Blaga ().Polymer degradation can be caused by heat (thermal degradation), light (photodegradation), ionizing radiation (radio degradation), mechanical action, or by fungi, bacteria, yeasts, algae, and their enzymes (biodegradation).