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Advances in Polymer Blends and Alloys Technology, Volume V



ISBN 9781566761338
Published November 22, 1994 by CRC Press
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From Reports in Volume 5
"Recently polymer blends have emerged as one of the most important areas of research activity in the field of polymer science and technology. Because of their satisfactory performance in meeting specific needs of the polymer industry, they have drawn considerable attention in replacing not only many conventional materials, but also some of the polymers that are in vogue. By suitably varying the blend compositions and manipulating the processing conditions, tailor-made products with a unique set of end use properties can be achieved at a much lower cost and within a shorter time than would have been necessary for the development of a new polymer. The usefulness of such blends increases with the increasing range of applications of this type of materials." (Chapter 4)
"New and growing demands on polymeric materials cannot be satisfied in future by an assortment extension of basic polymers. Although the introduction of new major-use basic polymer is possible, it seems unlikely in view of current projected economic and technical considerations. On the other hand, new products based on the modification of existing polymers have and will continue to be fruitful areas for both scientific and commercial developments. The driving forces for these developments are: 1. Improved performance, 2. Reduced cost, 3. Present, pending and future legislation dealing with health and environmental issues." (Chapter 11)

Table of Contents

Thermal Characterization of Low Density and Linear Low Density Polyethylene Blends
A. J. Mller and V. Balsamo, Grupo de Polimeros, Departamento de Ciencia de los Materiales, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela
Dynamic Scattering from Ternary Polymer Mixtures in Solution and in Bulk
Redouane Borsali, CERMAV-CNRS and Joseph Fourier University, France
Morphology-Property Relationships for Co-Continuous Thermoplastic Blends of Immiscible Polycarbonate and Styrenic Copolymers
M. J. Guest and L. M. Aertis, Dow Benelux NV, The Netherlands
Mechanical and Dynamic Mechanical Behavior of Crosslinked Miscible Blends of Ethylene-Methyl Acrylate (EMA) Copolymer and Polydimethyl Siloxane Rubber (PDMS)
Robin N. Santra and Golok B. Nanda, Rubber Technology Centre, Indian Institute of Technology; and V. K. Tikku, NICCO Corp. Ltd.
Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT/PET Blend: Processing and Performance
T. Vu-Khanh and J. Denault, National Research Council of Canada, Industrial Materials Institute
Compatibilization of Polystyrene-Polyethylene Blends through Reactive Processing
J. W. Teh and A. Rudin, Institute for Polymer Research, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Waterloo, Canada
Poly(e-caprolactone) Comprising Blends-Phase Behavior and Thermal Properties
H. W. Kammer and C. Kummerlowe, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
Thermoplastic Elastomeric Natural Rubber Polypropylene Blends with Reference to Interaction between Components
Namita Roy Choudhury and Naba K. Dutta, CNRS, Centre de Recherches sur la Physico-Chimie des Surfaces Solides
Non-Ideal Mixing State of Rubber Blends
Seliichi Kawahara and Saburo Akiyama, Laboratory of Chemistry, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Oil Resistant Thermoplastic Elastomer Blends Using Polymers with Uniform Side Chains as Compatibilizers
Hong-Quan Xie and others, Dept. of Chemistry, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, PRC
Preparation and Properties of Binary Nylon 6/Elastomer Blends
Vratislav Duchacekk, Dept. of Polymers, Institute of Chemical Technology, Czech Republic
Surface Segregation Behavior of Acrylate Copolymer/Fluor-Copolymer Blends
Yoshisha Kano, Research Laboratory, LINTEC Corp.; and Saburo Akiyama, Laboratory of Chemistry, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

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