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Aging and stabilization of polymers

M. B. Neiman

Aging and stabilization of polymers

by M. B. Neiman

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long-term aging, and many hav e the Food and Drug Administration (FD A) approvals. The reaction of radical The stabilization of polymers against the adv erse effect of sunlight involv es t he.   In this context, aged polymers present a T g above the original T g, i.e. physical aging increases the apparent glass transition temperature of the material. A foremost reference in this field is the book published in by Struik, who conducted pioneering works on the comprehensive study of the physical aging in : Rikardo Minguez, Lander Barrenetxea, Eneko Solaberrieta, Erlantz Lizundia, Erlantz Lizundia.

Degradation of Plastics and Polymers D. J. Hourston Department of Materials, Loughborough University, UK This article is a revision of the Third Edition article by J. A. Brysdon, volume 2, pp –, Elsevier Size: KB. 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.

Aging of Polymers the irreversible change in the properties of polymers under the action of, among other factors, heat, oxygen, sunlight, ozone, and ionizing radiation. Depending on the factor, the aging will be of the thermal, oxidative, light, ozone, or radiation type. Aging occurs during the storage and treatment of polymers, as well as during the. CBR values of Soil after stabilizing it with Cement and Polymer. Soil stabilization has been widely used as an alternative to substitute the lack of suitable material on site. The use of nontraditional chemical stabilizers in soil improvement is growing daily. In this study a.


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Aging and stabilization of polymers by M. B. Neiman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The need for a broad development of the production of polymer ma­ terials has become evident. All these materials are subject to various types of aging (destruction); hence, stabilizers which permit the stor­ age, reprocessing, and use of polymer materials without any appreci­ able change in their properties must be introduced into : Hardcover.

The need for a broad development of the production of polymer ma­ terials has become evident. All these materials are subject to various types of aging (destruction); hence, stabilizers which permit the stor­ age, reprocessing, and use of polymer materials without any appreci­ able change in their properties must be introduced into them.

They were published, over a period of years, in various journals, and by the need was felt for a monograph on the aging and stabilization of polymers in which the results of investigations of Soviet scientists would be systematically presented, together with a.

They take a variety of influences into consideration, among them resin manufacture, compounding, stabilization, processing, part design and end use.

Show less A polymeric material's resistance to different environmental or processing related influences determines its.

9) Radiation aging of polymers. 10) Hydrolytic degradation of some heterochain polymers. 11) Interaction of polymers with biomedia. 12) The problems associated with protecting metals with polymeric coatings.

13) Prediction of properties of polymeric articles and behavior of antioxidants. 14) Aging and stabilization of heat-resistant by: 3. of polymer and paper chemistry and of material science on the whole.

Especially the concluding chapters should be of interest also to the conservation practitioners and the responsible officers. This book is the result of much enthusiasm and scientific excellence of all the contributors.

of polymers in solution, can be given only passing reference. Of the other books, one deals with a single group of properties (aging and stabilization) of all polymers, while the other three books are concerned with the properties of a single group of polymers (conden-sation polymers, crystalline olefin pol-ymers, and metal-organic polymers).Author: Lawrence A.

Wood. Polymer Degradation and Stability deals with the degradation reactions and their control which are a major preoccupation of practitioners of the many 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.

The stability of polymers towards thermal oxidation depends on the C-H bonds strength, the crystallinity degree, the presence of substituents including heteroatoms and the catalysts traces, e.g.

type Ziegler, etc. [15]. Some general features of the polymer thermo-oxidation process are presented below:File Size: KB.

Aging and stabilization of polymers. New York, Consultants Bureau, (OCoLC) Online version: Institut khimicheskoĭ fiziki (Akademii︠a︡ nauk SSSR). Aging and stabilization of polymers. New York, Consultants Bureau, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

Aging of a polymer is the undesirable change of its chemical and physical structure during application, i.e., mostly under atmospheric conditions. Chemical changes occur during both. Book Editor(s): Professor R. Cahn.

University of Cambridge, Dept. of Materials Science and Metallurgy, Pembroke Street, Cambridge CB2UK. Search for more papers by this author Stabilization of Polymers Against Oxidation. Photo‐Degradation and Photo‐Oxidation.

Photo‐Stabilization of by: 8. Therefore, the field of aging and stabilization of polymers occupies a special place in solid-state chemistry, embracing conjugate chain-radical, ionic, and molecular conversions in solid polymer.

About this book 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. This monograph deals with the structural aspects of transport processes of gases, physical ageing and thermo-oxidative degradation of polymers in detail.

Fractal analysis, cluster models of the polymer structurea ‘s amorphous state as well as irreversible aggregation models are used as main structural : Kozlov, Gennady Zaikov. COPY Photodegradation and light stabilization are very important aspects of polymer aging. Polymer degradation includes different types of processes: thermodegradation, oxidation, acting of ozone, photodegradation, radiation, hydrolysis, mechanical degradation, and by: 4.

Polymer Science-Recent Books. (Book Reviews: Polymers: Structure and Bulk Properties; Aging and Stabilization of Polymers) Wood, Lawrence : Lawrence A.

Wood. and in many countries, and that the aging of polymers in long-term applications in nuclear-related facilities remains an ongoing problem. The contributions also demonstrate that there is significant progress in understanding degradation processes and hi development of new approaches to enhancing the stability of polymers to radiation-induced.

Stabilization against thermal degradation is possible only if this process is catalyzed as is the case of PVC. Against thermooxidative degradation antioxidants can be applied. In the following, the stabilization of different polymers against degradation during processing will be discussed.

Polymer Degradation and Stabilization. Tuan Quoc Nguyen. Search for more papers by this author. Control and Prevention of Aging of Plastic Materials. Lifetime Prediction. Theoretical Aspects Regarding Polymer Photochemistry, Photochemical Behavior of Multicomponent Polymeric-based Materials, /_1, Cited by: 5.

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).Cited by: X.

Aging and Stabilization of Raw and Cured Rubbers.- I. Thermal Oxidation of Raw Rubbers in the Presence of Inhibitors.- II. Thermal Oxidation of Cured Rubbers.- III. Light Aging.- IV. Aging of Raw Rubbers at High Temperatures.- V.

Corrosion Cracking of Cured Rubbers.- VI. Aging of Polymers Under the Action of Ionizing Radiations.- VII.DEGRADATION, STABILIZATION AND RECYCLING OF POLYMERS.

PRAGUE, 14 - 17 JULY PROGRAMME BOOKLET. INSTITUTE OF MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC. PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC. Atmospheric aging of poly[methyl(phenyl)silylene] containing UV absorbers and photoantioxidants.