Polymer Alloys III [E-Book] : Blends, Blocks, Grafts, and Interpenetrating Networks / edited by Daniel Klempner, Kurt C. Frisch.
Frisch, Kurt C., (editor)
Klempner, Daniel, (editor)
Boston, MA : Springer, 1983
IX, 302 p. online resource.
Polymer Science and Technology ; 20
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Table of Contents:
  • Model Plastic — Rubber Composites from Emulsion Polymers
  • On the Correlation of Mechanical Properties of High Impact Polystyrene with its Morphology, Molecular-Weight Characteristics and Extrusion Conditions
  • Correlation of Morphology, Mechanical Properties and Processing Conditions of Modified High Impact Polystyrene
  • Initiated Styrene Copolymerization with Polybutadiene Reaction Conditions on the Length of Polystyrene Graft Branches
  • On the Influence of the Initial Stages of Styrene Copolymerization with Polybutadiene on High Impact Polystyrene Morphology
  • Characterization of Polymer Blends, Block Copolymers, and Graft Copolymers by Fractionation Procedures using Demixing Solvents
  • A Critical Assessment of the Application of FT-IR Spectroscopy to the Study of Crystalline/Compatible Polymer Blends
  • Fracture Toughness of Poly(Methyl Methracrylate) Blends
  • Melt Rheology of Blends of Semi-Crystalline Polymers: Part II, Dynamic Properties of Poly(Ethylene Terephtalate) — Poly(Amide -6,6) Molten Blends
  • Domain Stability During Capillary Flow of Well Dispersed Two Phase Polymer Blends: Polystyrene/Polymethylmethacrylate Blends
  • Melt Compounding of PVC with Ethylene Copolymer Resins
  • Polymer-Performance on the Dimensional Stability and the Mechanical Properties of Wood-Polymer Composites Prepared by an Electron Beam Accelerator
  • Phase Domain Size and Continuity in Sequential IPN’s: A Review
  • RIM Systems from Interpenetrating Polymer Networks
  • Microphase Segregation in Segmented Amine-Cured Polyurethanes
  • Synthesis and Properties of Some Copolymers of Maleic Anhydride Derivatives
  • Photothermal Degradation of Ethylene/Vinylacetate Copolymer
  • Syntheses of Nitrogenous Materials by RF Plasmas.