Additives in polymers : industrial analysis and applications /

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Author / Creator:Bart, Jan C. J.
Imprint:Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, ©2005.
Description:1 online resource (xii, 819 pages) : illustrations
Language:English
Subject:Polymers -- Additives.
Polymers -- Analysis.
Polymères -- Adjuvants.
Polymères -- Analyse.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Chemical & Biochemical.
Polymers -- Additives.
Polymers -- Analysis.
Electronic books.
Electronic book.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11200602
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ISBN:0470012056
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Summary:This industrially relevant resource covers all established and emerging analytical methods for the deformulation of polymeric materials, with emphasis on the non-polymeric components. Each technique is evaluated on its technical and industrial merits.
Other form:Print version: Bart, Jan C.J. Additives in polymers. Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, ©2005
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • About the Author
  • Acknowledgements
  • Chapter 1. Introduction
  • 1.1. Additives
  • 1.2. Plastics formulations
  • 1.3. Economic impact of polymer additives
  • 1.4. Analysis of plastics
  • 1.5. Bibliography
  • 1.6. References
  • Chapter 2. Deformulation Principles
  • 2.1. Polymer identification
  • 2.2. Additive analysis of rubbers: 'Best Practice'
  • 2.3. Polymer extract analysis
  • 2.4. In situ polymer/additive analysis
  • 2.5. Class-specific polymer/additive analysis
  • 2.6. Bibliography
  • 2.7. References
  • Chapter 3. Sample Preparation Perspectives
  • 3.1. Solvents
  • 3.2. Extraction strategy
  • 3.3. Conventional extraction technologies
  • 3.4. High-pressure solvent extraction methods
  • 3.5. Sorbent extraction
  • 3.6. Methodological comparison of extraction methods
  • 3.7. Polymer/additive dissolution methods
  • 3.8. Hydrolysis
  • 3.9. Bibliography
  • 3.10. References
  • Chapter 4. Separation Techniques
  • 4.1. Analytical detectors
  • 4.2. Gas chromatography
  • 4.3. Supercritical fluid chromatography
  • 4.4. Liquid chromatography techniques
  • 4.5. Capillary electrophoretic techniques
  • 4.6. Bibliography
  • 4.7. References
  • Chapter 5. Polymer/Additive Analysis: The Spectroscopic Alternative
  • 5.1. Ultraviolet/visible spectrophotometry
  • 5.2. Infrared spectroscopy
  • 5.3. Luminescence spectroscopy
  • 5.4. High-resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  • 5.5. Bibliography
  • 5.6. References
  • Chapter 6. Organic Mass-Spectrometric Methods
  • 6.1. Basic instrumentation
  • 6.2. Ion sources
  • 6.3. Mass analysers
  • 6.4. Direct mass-spectrometric polymer compound analysis
  • 6.5. Ion mobility spectrometry
  • 6.6. Bibliography
  • 6.7. References
  • Chapter 7. Multihyphenation and Multidimensionality in Polymer/Additive Analysis
  • 7.1. Precolumn hyphenation
  • 7.2. Coupled sample preparation - spectroscopy/spectrometry
  • 7.3. Postcolumn hyphenation
  • 7.4. Multidimensional chromatography
  • 7.5. Multidimensional spectroscopy
  • 7.6. Bibliography
  • 7.7. References
  • Chapter 8. Inorganic and Element Analytical Methods
  • 8.1. Element analytical protocols
  • 8.2. Sample destruction for classical elemental analysis
  • 8.3. Analytical atomic spectrometry
  • 8.4. X-ray spectrometry
  • 8.5. Inorganic mass spectrometry
  • 8.6. Radioanalytical and nuclear analytical methods
  • 8.7. Electroanalytical techniques
  • 8.8. Solid-state speciation analysis
  • 8.9. Bibliography
  • 8.10. References
  • Chapter 9. Direct Methods of Deformulation of Polymer/Additive Dissolutions
  • 9.1. Chromatographic methods
  • 9.2. Spectroscopic techniques
  • 9.3. Mass-spectrometric methods
  • 9.4. References
  • Chapter 10. A Vision for the Future
  • 10.1. Trends in polymer technology
  • 10.2. Trends in additive technology
  • 10.3. Environmental, legislative and regulatory constraints
  • 10.4. Analytical consequences
  • 10.5. Epilogue
  • 10.6. Bibliography
  • 10.7. References
  • Appendix I. List of Symbols
  • Index
  • Appendix II. Functionality of Common Additives Used in Commercial Thermoplastics, Rubbers and Thermosetting Resins
  • Appendix III. Specimen Polymer Additives Product Sheets