8 edition of Modern styrenic polymers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Polystyrenes and styrenic copolymers|
|Statement||edited by John Scheirs and Duane B. Priddy.|
|Series||Wiley series in polymer science|
|Contributions||Scheirs, John., Priddy, Duane.|
|LC Classifications||TP1180.S7 M63 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 757 p. :|
|Number of Pages||757|
|LC Control Number||2002029638|
Styrenic polymers are used to produce a variety of household goods such as cups, utensils, furniture, kitchen appliances; consumer electronics; automobile parts; sports and recreational equipment; boats; and durable, lightweight packaging products., The global styrenic polymers market is projected to register a healthy CAGR of over 5% during. The global styrenic polymers market is expected to witness considerable growth over the forecast period on account of its widespread use in numerous end-use industries including automotive, construction, consumer goods and packaging. Growth in automotive industry over the past few years particularly in emerging markets of China and India has triggered demand for styrenic .
The most common styrenic polymer is polystyrene. The physical and chemical properties of styrenic copolymers depend on other monomers in the styrenic polymer chain. Global Styrenic Polymers Market: Segmentation. The global styrenic polymers market is segmented on the basis of types, applications, and regions. Polystyrene (PS) / ˌ p ɒ l i ˈ s t aɪ r iː n / is a synthetic aromatic hydrocarbon polymer made from the monomer styrene. Polystyrene can be solid or foamed. General-purpose polystyrene is clear, hard, and rather brittle. It is an inexpensive resin per unit iations: PS.
Styrene, also known as ethenylbenzene, vinylbenzene, and phenylethene, is an organic compound with the chemical formula C 6 H 5 CH=CH derivative of benzene is a colorless oily liquid although aged samples can appear yellowish. The compound evaporates easily and has a sweet smell, although high concentrations have a less pleasant odor. Styrene is the Chemical formula: C₈H₈. Co-editor on book on polyester engineering resins entitled 'Modern Polyesters', John Wiley & Sons, Great Britain, Co-editor on book on styrenic engineering resins entitled 'Modern Styrenic Polymers', John Wiley & Sons, Great Britain, 'Feedstock Recycling and Pyrolysis of Waste Plastics: Converting Waste Plastics into Diesel.
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Styrenic polymers now find widespread use in areas from packaging materials right through to structural components for domestic and automotive applications. This book serves as the first comprehensive reference to systematically cover the preparation, properties and applications of this important class of : Hardcover.
Modern Styrenic Polymers: Polystyrenes and Styrenic Copolymers John Scheirs, Duane Priddy John Wiley & Sons, - Technology & Engineering - pagesReviews: 1. This title addresses the latest developments in the field, covering the major advances that have occurred over the past five years in the polymerization and structure of new generation polystyrenes that are broadening its scope of application.
It covers the advent of branched polystyrenes, syndiotactic polystyrene, high-molecular weight general purpose PS, styrenic.
Modern Styrenic Polymers by John Scheirs,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). Modern Styrenic Polymers: Polystyrenes and Styrenic Copolymers. Edited by John Scheirs (ExcelPlas Australia, Edithvale) and Duane Priddy (Priddy & Associates, LLC, Midland, MI).
Wiley and Sons, Ltd: Chichester. xxxiv + pp. $ ISBN This book encompasses many aspects of the broad area of styrenic polymers and is File Size: 43KB. Get this from a library. Modern styrenic polymers: polystyrenes and styrenic copolymers.
[John Scheirs; Duane Priddy;] -- Styrenic polymers encompass a broad range of types from commodity plastics to engineering polymers. Early polystyrenes - whilst having many favourable attributes such as outstanding clarity, high.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Historical Overview of Styrenic Polymers / John Scheirs --General-purpose Polystyrene --Foamed Polystyrene --Rubber-modified Polystyrene --ABS --ASA --Early Styrene Copolymers --Styrenic Block Copolymers --Syndiotactic Polystyrene --Modern.
Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Modern Styrenic Polymers av John Scheirs, Duane B Priddy på About this book Provides an overview of the family of polyester polymers which comprise an important group of plastics that span the range of commodity polymers to engineering resins.
It describes the preparation, properties and applications of polyesters. Kraton Polymers LLC, Westhollow Technology Center, Highway 6 South, Houston, TXUSA Search for more papers by this author Book Editor(s). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Modern Styrenic Polymers: Polystyrenes and Styrenic Copolymers Edited by John Scheirs (ExcelPlas Australia, Edithvale) and Duane Priddy (Priddy & Associates, LLC, Midland, MI). Wiley and Sons, Ltd: Chichester. xxxiv + pp. $ ISBN 0. Provides an overview of a comprehensive range of commercial fluoropolymers with an emphasis on structure/property behaviour and their diverse fields of application.
Topics covered include: crystalline and amorphous fluoropolymers, fluoroelastomers, coatings, sealants, linings, electrical properties, surface properties, effects of radiation, chemical resistance and Author: John Scheirs.
John Scheirs is the coeditor of the foremost reference book on styrene polymers Modern Styrenic Polymers; Polystyrenes and Styrenic Copolymers, by John Scheirs and Duane Priddy, Wiley Series in Polymer Science FebruaryPages, John Wiley & Sons, UK.
Modern Styrenic Polymers. John Scheirs. 11 Apr and fluoroelastomers and these developments have widened considerably the scope and applications of fluorine-containing polymers.
Modern Fluoropolymers provides an overview of a comprehensive range of commercial fluoropolymers with an emphasis on structure/property behaviour and their Author: John Scheirs. Practical Guide to Structures, Properties and Applications of Styrenic Polymers [Niessner, Norbert, Wagner, Daniel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Practical Guide to Structures, Properties and Applications of Styrenic PolymersPrice: $ This book serves as the first comprehensive reference to systematically cover the preparation, properties and applications of this important class of polymers. Major end-use consideration of styrenic polymers such as fracture properties, flammability and photodegradation are covered in.
This book is available only with PRINT ON DEMAND with a day lead time with NO returns accepted. This title addresses the latest developments in the field, covering the major advances that have occurred over the past five years in the polymerization and structure of new generation polystyrenes that are broadening its scope of application.
Request PDF | On Apr 1,Daniel M. Knauss and others published Modern Styrenic Polymers: Polystyrenes and Styrenic Copolymers Edited by John Scheirs (ExcelPlas Australia, Edithvale) and Duane. This work introduces the fundamental background necessary to understand polymer devolatilization. It elucidates the actual mechanisms by which the devolatilization of polymer melts progresses, and discusses virtually every type of devolatilization equipment available.
The work also addresses devolatilization in various geometries and types of equipment, describing the. Co-editor on book on styrenic engineering resins entitled ‘Modern Styrenic Polymers’, John Wiley & Sons, Great Britain, ‘Feedstock Recycling and Pyrolysis of Waste Plastics: Converting Waste Plastics into Diesel and Other Fuels’, published May SBN:pages,), John Wiley & Sons, Great Britain, High price of common styrenic polymers including polystyrene and ABS over its counterparts is likely to impede medical styrenic polymer market size during the forecast period.
However, increasing geriatric population is likely to generate plentiful opportunities for developing medical devices which in turn will have positive impact on the.Styrenic Polymers.
Styrenic Polymers are used to describe a family of major plastic products that use Styrene as their key building block. Manufacturers use styrene-based resins to produce a wide variety of everyday goods ranging from cups and utensils to furniture, bathroom, and kitchen appliances, hospital and school supplies, boats, sports and recreational equipment, consumer .