Exposure Conditions Temperature Time of Exposure Stress Level of Specimen Concentration of Reagent Special Notes Test Results Tensile Strength Retained Elongation Retained Weight Change Dimensional Change Appearance Change Resulting Stress Cracks Qualitative Assessment PDL Resistance Rating Resistance Notes Also Included Material Details CAS Registry Numbers Glossary of Terms Reagent & Temperature Sort Trade Name Index Metadata Data Presented As Tabular Data Multiple Sorts
The Chemical Resistance series is the world's largest compilation of chemical resistance data that explains the effect of thousands of reagents, the environment and other exposure media on the properties and characteristics of thermoplastics.
Volume II covers 65 generic families of thermoplastic elastomers, thermosets and rubbers, as well as alloys and many new materials. More than 3,000 reagents, both common and exotic, comprise the exposure media.
Extensive data is given for exposure conditions and results of exposure. All data are presented in a tabular format. In addition to chapters arranged by generic material, materials selection is simplified by a section that sorts the data by reagent name and ranks every material at two temperature levels. Detailed permeability data is also included.
Exposure environments and material are indexed by Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) registry number and by trade name of the material.
Engineers, researchers and technicians in the plastics industry who are designing parts that come into contact with chemical reagents.
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- © William Andrew 1994
- 31st December 1994
- William Andrew
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ôAn exhaustive compilation of hard-to-find test results...virtually all there is to know about chemical resistance.ö - Clive Maier, British Plastics & Rubber