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Ultraviolet spectra of elastomers and rubber chemicals

V. S. Fikhtengol"ts

Ultraviolet spectra of elastomers and rubber chemicals

by V. S. Fikhtengol"ts

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Published by Plenum Press Data Division in New York .
Written in English


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Statement(by) V.S. Fikhtengol"ts, R.V. Zolotarevaand Yu. A. L"vov ; translated from Russian by A. Eric Stubbs.
ContributionsZolotareva, R. V., L"vov, Yu. A.
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Open LibraryOL13797856M

New elastomeric materials based on natural rubber and polyfunctional monomers (TMPT, ZDA, EDMA, TAC, and TAIC) were obtained by electron beam irradiation in the range of 75 kGy– kGy. Natural rubber becomes more sensitive to radiation dose by the addition of the polyfunctional by: 6.   Introduction. Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation may cause significant degradation of many materials. UV radiation causes photooxidative degradation which results in breaking of the polymer chains, produces radicals and reduces the molecular weight, causing deterioration of mechanical properties and leading to useless materials, after an unpredictable by:

epa/ 5 environmental aspects of chemical use in rubber processing operations (march , , akron, ohio) conference proceedings i office of toxic substances environmental protection agency washington, d. c. july The first edition of this book () described an analytical situation which had existed for a number of years for maintaining quality control on vulcanizates of natural rubber although the situation had recently been disturbed by the introduction of a range of synthetic rubbers which required identification and quantitative estimation. For the former purpose 'wet' chemistry, based on various 4/5(1).

Description: to U.V. radiation, ozone, chemicals and other fluids. It will also handle applications where oil may splash onto the tubing and is well suited for outdoor use. Features: Made of first-quality, polypropylene-based, thermoplastic rubber (TPR) Outstanding compression. Exploring the Origin of Blue and Ultraviolet Fluorescence in Graphene Oxide.


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Ultraviolet Spectra of Elastomers and Rubber Chemicals [Fikhtegol ts, V. S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ultraviolet Spectra of Elastomers and Rubber ChemicalsAuthor: Fikhtegol ts.

Ultraviolet Spectra of Elastomers and Rubber Chemicals. Authors (view affiliations) About this book. Introduction. In the synthetic rubber industry ultraviolet spectroscopy finds appli­ cation in the analysis of a great variety of substances used in that industry: for the determination of impurities in.

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Fikhtegol ts. Ultraviolet spectra of elastomers and rubber chemicals. New York, Plenum Press Data Division, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vadim Semenovich Fikhtengolʹt︠s︡; R V Zolotareva; I︠U︡ A Lʹvov.

Ultraviolet Spectra of Elastomers and Rubber Chemicals. Authors: In the synthetic rubber industry ultraviolet spectroscopy finds appli­ cation in the analysis of a great variety of substances used in that industry: for the determination of impurities in monomers and intermediate products, in the study of the composition of certain polymers.

Get this from a library. Ultraviolet Spectra of Elastomers and Rubber Chemicals. [V S Fikhtengol'ts; R V Zolotareva; I︠U︡ A Lʹvov] -- I. Monomers.- Spectral Characteristics of Monomers.- II. Polymers.- Spectral Characteristics of Polymers.- III.

Organosilicon Compounds.- Spectral Characteristics of Organosilicon Compounds in. Ultraviolet Spectra of Elastomers and Rubber Chemicals pp | Cite as Various Substances Met as Intermediate Products, by-Products, and Impurities Authors.

Cite this chapter as: Fikhtengol’ts V.S., Zolotareva R.V., L’vov Y.A. () Various Substances Used in Synthetic Rubber Manufacture. In: Ultraviolet Spectra of Elastomers and Rubber : V. Fikhtengol’ts, R. Zolotareva, Yu. L’vov. Ultraviolet Spectra of Elastomers and Rubber Chemicals V.

Fikhtegol ts In the modern organic synthesis industries, one of which is the synthetic rubber industry, ever increasing use is made of physical and physicochemical methods of analysis, which sur pass chemical methods in 1/5(1). Fluorocarbon exhibits resistance to a broader range of chemicals combined with very good high temperature properties more so than any of the other elastomers.

It is the closest available approach to a universal elastomer for sealing in the use of o-rings and other. Ultraviolet and Visible Spectra * Absorption spectra in the ultraviolet and visible region.

New York, Academic Press Lockwood Book Collection QCL26 v Indexes for each volume, and cumulative. * API Selected ultraviolet spectral data. Tables Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute of Technology Lockwood Periodicals QDS5 T Author: Amanda McCormick.

Abstract: This contribution is a completely updated and expanded version of the four prior analogous reviews that were published in this journal in,and In the case of all approved therapeutic agents, the time frame has been extended to cover Cited by: The Complete Book on Rubber Chemicals Most silicone resins like unfilled silicone elastomers are relatively weak and hence are not used where physical strength is the main criterion of performance.

Ultraviolet spectra and simultaneous determination of the copper nickel and cobalt salts of diethyldithiocarbamic acid in carbon. Industrial Organic Chemicals, Leather, Fats, and Waxes; Physical Properties of Synthetic High Polymers; Plastics Fabrication and Uses; Plastics Manufacture and Processing; Surface Active Agents and Detergents; Synthetic Elastomers and Natural Rubber; Textiles and Fibers.

The Complete Book On Rubber Chemicals by Npcs Board Of Consultants & Engineers, ISBN:Rs. / US$. The wettability of polyurethane (PU) was altered using ultraviolet ozone (UVO) treatment. The effect of UVO treatment on PU surface chemistry was investigated with various experiments.

The direct measurement of sessile drops was employed to quantify the static contact angle of different wetting liquids on homogeneous PU films with various UV ozone treatment by: 5.

This is The Rapra Collection of Infrared Spectra of Rubbers, Plastics, and Thermoplastic Elastomers, 3rd_(Martin Forrest, Yvonne Davies and Jason Davies).pdf pages: 08 March (). The use of infrared spectroscopy for the identification of polymers is discussed.

Two dozen of the most important commercial polymers and their infrared spectra are captured for the study. Chloroprene rubber (CR) is a synthetic rubber that is also known by the trade name Neoprene. CR has a good balance of properties, including good chemical stability and usefulness over a wide temperature range.

Examples of the uniaxial compressive response are summarized in Figures and The rubber material was tested at four different strain rates in uniaxial compression to a true.

DSC analyses provide good supporting evidence for the identification of polymeric materials. However, the T g of a polymer is related to its composition, structure, for instance sequence distribution in copolymers and terpolymers, and the presence of T g of a polymer can be affected by a number of factors while in service, including the absorption of fluids and aging (thermal Cited by: 9.

Polyurethane elastomers have a combination of excellent mechanical, physical and chemical properties along with exceptional biocompatibility. Therefore, these elastomeric systems are used in a. ASTM (ref. 17) describes the details about the sampling technique for rubber chemicals.

The spectra of some rubber chemicals that were examined are given in figure 1. Figures 1a and 1b are the spectra of the control and experimental 6PPD (1,3 dimethyl butyl para-phenylene diamine is used as an anti-degrading agent in the rubber industry).ASTM's rubber standards are instrumental in specifying, testing, and assessing the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties of a wide variety of materials and products that are made of rubber and its elastomeric derivatives.

Rubber, which can either be synthetically produced or derived from the milky colloidal suspension found in the sap.