Polyoxymethylene Handbook (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
464
Utgivningsdatum
2014-03-21
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1
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John Wiley & Sons Inc
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illustrations
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234 x 165 x 31 mm
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757 g
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1
ISBN
9781118385111
Polyoxymethylene Handbook (inbunden)

Polyoxymethylene Handbook

Structure, Properties, Applications and their Nanocomposites

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An excellent, unique, and up-to-date reference book on polyoxymethylene, its compounds, and nanocomposites, specifically dealing with synthesis, characterization, processing, morphology, and applications Polyoxymethylene Handbook: Structure, Properties, Applications, and Their Nanocomposites summarizes many of the state-of-the-art technological and research accomplishments in the area of polyoxymethylene (POM). It discusses in length the polymerization and manufacture of polyoxymethylene and various types of additives, as well as the structure and crystallization behavior of POM and its thermal, physical, mechanical, flame retardant, chemical, electrical, and optical properties. The environmental impact of POM is also addressed. The 15 chapters in the handbook are written by prominent researchers from industry, academia, and government/private research laboratories across the globe. Because so few books have ever been published on polyoxymethylene, the handbook is a very valuable reference tool that truly serves as a one stop resource for readers and users seeking solutions to both fundamental and applied problems.
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SIGRID LUFTL, PhD,is currently involved in researching the influence of artificial aging on the properties of polymer materials. She has worked as a research associate at the Institute of Materials Science and Technology at the Vienna University of Technology. VISAKH P.M. is a Senior Researcher at the School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, India. He has been invited as a visiting student/researcher to about 15 European universities and is the editor of seven books. SARATH CHANDRAN is working as a research fellow at the School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, India, and as a research fellow at the Centre for Advanced Materials and Industrial Catalysis, RMIT, Australia.

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Preface xiii 1 Polyoxymethylene: State of Art, New Challenges and Opportunities 1 Sigrid Luft l and Visakh. P.M. 1.1 Scope 2 1.2 History 2 1.3 Commercial Significance 7 References 13 2 Polymerization and Manufacture of Polyoxymethylene 21 Johannes Karl Fink 2.1 Introduction 21 2.2 Monomers 22 2.3 Comonomers 25 2.4 Polymerization and Fabrication 28 2.5 Special Additives 44 References 46 3 Polyoxymethylene Additives 53 Emmanuel Richaud 3.1 Introduction 53 3.2 Antioxidants 54 3.3 Compounds Reacting with Secondary Reaction Products 59 3.4 UV Stabilization 60 3.5 Impact Modifier 65 3.6 Nucleating Agent 67 3.7 Pigments and Dyes 72 3.8 Flame Retardants 75 3.9 Antistatic Agents 79 3.10 Lubricating Agents 80 3.11 Fillers 82 3.12 Processing Aids 90 References 91 Appendix 3.1: List of Stabilizers 100 4 Polyoxymethylene Processing 107 Kinga Pielichowska 4.1 Introduction 107 4.2 Injection Molding 109 4.3 Melt Extrusion 116 4.4 Solid-State Extrusion 118 4.5 Extrusion Assisted by Supercritical Carbon Dioxide 120 4.6 Blow Molding 121 4.7 Others Methods 123 4.8 Highly Oriented Products 132 4.9 Recycling of Production Waste 136 4.10 Finishing and Machining of POM 138 4.11 Conclusions 141 References 142 5 Polyoxymethylene Applications 153 Lidia Tokarz, Slawomir Pawlowski and Michal Kedzierski 5.1 Introduction 153 5.2 Automotive Industry, Mechanical Engineering 156 5.3 Electrical and Electronic Industry, Fancy Goods 157 5.4 Medical Applications 158 5.5 Future Trends 160 References 160 6 Structure and Morphology of Polyoxymethylene 163 Maria Raimo 6.1 Introduction 163 6.2 Crystalline Structure of POM: Orthorhombic and Hexagonal Phases 165 6.3 Crystal Structure Determination 170 6.4 Morphology of Orthorhombic and Hexagonal POM 173 6.5 Morphology of Rubber-Modified POM 179 6.6 Structure-Properties Relationships 181 References 186 7 Crystal Structure and Crystallization Behavior of POM and its Microscopically-Viewed Relation with the Physical and Thermal Properties on the Basis of X-ray Scattering, Vibrational Spectroscopy and Lattice Dynamical Theory 193 Kohji Tashiro 7.1 Introduction 194 7.2 Crystal Structure Analysis of POM 195 7.3 Vibrational Spectra of POM 204 7.4 Structural Evolution in Isothermal Crystallization 207 7.5 Microscopically-Viewed Mechanical Property of POM 216 7.6 Conclusions 223 Acknowledgements 224 References 224 8 Physical Properties of Polyoxymethylene 227 Johannes Karl Fink 8.1 Introduction 227 8.2 Density 228 8.3 Hardness 230 8.4 Heat Capacity 231 8.5 Melt Flow 231 8.6 Water Absorption 235 8.7 Gas Permeability 236 8.8 Specific Absorption 238 References 239 9 POM Mechanical Properties 241 Fahmi Bedoui and Bruno Fayolle 9.1 Short Term Properties 242 9.2 Long-Term Properties 249 9.3 Conclusion 252 Acknowledgement 253 References 253 10 Thermal Properties and Flammability of Polyoxymethylene 257 Vasiliki-Maria Archodoulaki and Sigrid Luft l 10.1 Glass Transition and Melting Temperature 257 10.2 Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion 260 10.3 Thermal Conductivity and Specific Heat 260 10.4 HDT and Vicat 261 10.5 Thermo-Oxidative Degradation Behavior and Aging 261 10.6 Testing of Long-Term Heat Aging 266 10.7 Flammability 267 10.8 Hot Sterilization 270 References 271 11 Chemical Resistance of Polyoxymethylene 277 Sigrid Luft l and Emmanuel Richaud 11.1 Intoduction 277 11.2 Degradation and Oxidation Mechanisms in POM 278 11.3 Resistance to Chemicals 283 References 295 12 The Electrical Response of Polyoxymethylene (POM) 301 D.A. Wasylyshyn 12.1 Introduction 301 12.2 Interactions between POM and Electromagnetic Waves 302 12.3 Interactions between POM and Arc Plasma 313 References 318 13 Electrical and Optical Properties of Po