Spectroscopy of Rubber and Rubbery Materials by V.M. Litvinov, P. De

By V.M. Litvinov, P. De

This e-book bargains with the applying of spectroscopic concepts for characterisation of chemical and actual constructions in viscoelastic fabrics. the key a part of the booklet is dedicated to strategies which are the main often used for research of rubbery fabrics. the most goal of this current ebook is to debate a variety of functions of the spectroscopic thoughts for the research of rubbery fabrics.

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Other applications of TG-MS in kinetic studies of polymers concern the (oxidative) thermal degradation of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), polyurethanes and acrylonitrile (ACN)/ styrene copolymer [147]. Möhler and co-workers [51] have reviewed the suitability and possibilities for thermal analysis in accordance with DIN 51005 [168] for quality control (batch-to-batch control and optimisation) in the rubber industry, with special reference to heat flux DSC, TG, TG-MS and thermomechanical methods.

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