Item description for Thermal Stability Of Engineering Heterochain Thermoresistant Polymers (New Concepts in Polymer Science) by E. V. Kalugina, K. Z. Gumargalieva & G. E. Zaikov...
The book presents investigations of the following polymeric materials and composites, derived from them. Chapter 1 presents studies of degradation of aliphatic-aromatic polyimides and poly(alkane imides) in melts, thermal and thermooxidative degradation, and solid-phase oxidation. Chapter 2 discusses high-temperature degradation of aliphatic aromatic polyamides and their thermal oxidation in the solid phase - the aging. Chapter 3 shows results on degradation of polyphenylquinoxalines and co-polyi midophenylquinoxalines. Chapter 4: Polysulfone and polyester-imide degradation in melts and solid-phase oxidation. Chapter 5: Degradation of aromatic co-polyesters derived from n-oxybenzoic, tere- and isophthalic acids, and dioxydiphenyl Chapter 6: General regularities of thermal oxidation of thermoresistant heterochain polymers Chapter 7: Applied stabilization of thermoresistant polymers. Labile structures and additives, polysulfones, polyester-imides, aliphatic-aromatic polyamides and poly(alkane imide) and composites derived from them are discussed. Data on glass-filled composites derived from polyalkyl-imide are shown. The mechanisms of action of transition metal compounds and degradation transformations of heterochain polymers in the presence of stabilizers - phosphorus-containing compounds - are discussed. The book presents many-year and the latest results, mostly obtained by scientists of G.S. Petrov Research Institute of Polymeric Materials (Moscow, Russia) - one of the leading Institutes in this branch, which have not ever been published in international scientific magazines.
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Studio: VSP Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.6" Width: 6.4" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Mar 30, 2005
Publisher Brill Academic Publishers
ISBN 906764417X ISBN13 9789067644174
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