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Shiomi, T. Shultz, A. Silberberg, A. Simha R. Roth, G. Newell Todd H. The detailed breakdown of the book contents is given in Table of contents. The first goal was achieved by the selection of authors who are specialists in individual areas. The second goal was achieved by targeting the intended audience, which includes readers of different specializations who need to understand solvents from various relevant views of their applications and effects.

This difficult task was fully embraced by the authors, who used their knowledge to write about all the important details with the clarity of non-specialized language. This makes this book unique because it allows all those involved in the area of solvents to understand the disciplines involved in this complex, multi-disciplinary subject.

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The additional goal was to present a synthesis of existing data for immediate use but leaving specific data on individual solvents to the databooks containing information on presently used solvents or its database format on CD-ROM which can handle a large amount of information with ease of retrieval.

Senichev, Vasiliy V. Tereshatov, Valery Yu. Senichev, Institute of Technical Chemistry; E. Fialkov, V. Coote and Thomas P. Handbook of Curatives The additives which cause these changes include crosslinkers and curatives. Both types of additives are discussed in separate chapters of the book because they substantially differ in substrates which they convert.

Curatives usually react with low molecular monomers, prepolymers, or oligomers whereas crosslinkers are frequently used to convert polymers. Both sections of the book have similar structure in which effect of additives is presented, including evaluation of chemical and physical properties of curatives or crosslinkers, selection of crosslinkers and curatives for specific polymers, the mechanisms of their action, parameters of crosslinking or curing process, and their effect on the properties of the converted polymers.

Crosslinker chapter contains information on 57 polymers and curative chapter on 13 polymers. Curatives are in common use in many industrial products manufactured on a large scale, such as for example adhesives, sealants, coatings, inks, explosives, propellants, or foams. They are also used in some emerging products such as optoelectronics, shape-memory applications, light-emitting diodes, liquid crystal displays, self-healing materials, etc. But their strength and future are more focused on emerging applications such as drug release, artificial muscles in microdevices, autonomous shape-memory actuators, hygienic textiles, membranes, scaffolds, recycling, sensors, tissue adhesives or wound dressing, just to mention some.

The two books offer comprehensive information on the subject not found in any other source. Sample Product. Utracki LA. Commercial Polymer Blends. Springer, India, , pp. Zahedi P, Arefazar A. Kong Y, Hay JN. Polymer , 43, — Gowd EB, Ramesh C. Polymer , 46, — Polymer , 30, — Polymer , 33, — Reinsch E, Rebenfeld L.

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