Databook of Impact Modifiers

Databook of Impact Modifiers

1st Edition - March 12, 2022

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  • Author: George Wypych
  • Hardcover ISBN: 9781927885895
  • eBook ISBN: 9781927885901

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Databook of Impact Modifiers provides key information on how to modify structure and morphology, improve mechanical performance, and prevent changes during the use of polymeric products through proper selection of impact modifiers. The book brings analyses of important publications found in open and patent literature, with special attention given to recent findings that have brought many new essential developments. Sections cover an analysis of chemical origin and related properties of impact modifiers, which are analyzed in general terms to highlight the differences in their properties. This handbook contains the essential theoretical knowledge required for proper selection and use of impact modifiers, including their morphological structure and distribution in a polymer matrix, the effect of polymer crystallization in the presence of and without impact modifiers, important influences on impact modification, mechanisms of modification, and effective methods of incorporation of impact modifiers.

Key Features

  • Outlines strategies for modifying the structure and improving the mechanical properties of polymeric products through proper application of impact modifiers
  • Provides detailed information on impact modifiers, including their morphological structure and distribution in a polymer matrix, the effects of polymer crystallization with and without impact modifiers, influences on impact modification, the mechanisms of modification, and more
  • Includes analytical techniques, heath and safety and environmental considerations, and processing methods

Readership

Academic researchers, R&D, production chemists and engineers, environmental engineers, industrial hygienists, civil engineers, students

Table of Contents

  • Cover image
  • Title page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Information on data fields
  • ABRASION RESISTANCE
  • ACID NUMBER
  • ACRONYM
  • ANIMAL TESTING, ACUTE TOXICITY
  • ANTIOXIDANT CONTENTS
  • AQUATIC TOXICITY
  • AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE
  • BIOBASED CONTENTS
  • BIODEGRADATION PROBABILITY
  • BLUEGILL SUNFISH
  • BOILING POINT
  • BRITTLENESS TEMPERATURE
  • BULK DENSITY
  • BUTYL ACRYLATE
  • CARCINOGENICITY
  • CAS NUMBER
  • CHEMICAL CATEGORY
  • CHEMICAL/POLYMER NAME
  • CHLORINE CONTENTS
  • CLOUD POINT
  • COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION
  • COLOR
  • COMMON NAME
  • COMMON SYNONYM
  • COMPOSITION
  • CONCENTRATIONS USED
  • CORE-SHELL (CSR) DISPERSED TYPE
  • CSR PARTICLE SIZE
  • CRYSTALLINITY
  • CRYSTALLIZATION TEMPERATURE PEAK
  • DAPHNIA MAGNA
  • DECOMPOSITION TEMPERATURE
  • DENSITY
  • DIBLOCK CONTENTS
  • DRYING LOSS
  • DUST EXPLOSION CLASS
  • EC NUMBER
  • ELONGATION AT BREAK
  • EMPIRICAL FORMULA
  • EPA CODE
  • EPOXIDE EQUIVALENT WEIGHT
  • ETHYLENE CONTENTS
  • EYE IRRITATION
  • FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
  • FLASH POINT
  • FLASH POINT METHOD
  • FLEXURAL MODULUS
  • FLEXURAL STRENGTH
  • FLEXURAL STRESS AT BREAK AND YIELD
  • FOOD CONTACT
  • GARDNER IMPACT
  • GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
  • GLASS TRANSITION TEMPERATURE
  • GLOSS
  • GRAFTING DEGREE
  • GRAVES TEAR
  • GUIDELINE FOR USE
  • HARDNESS ROCKWELL, SHORE A, AND D
  • HAZE
  • HEAT OF COMBUSTION
  • HEAT DISTORTION TEMPERATURE
  • HMIS CLASSIFICATION
  • HSBC TYPE
  • ICAO/IATA CLASS
  • IMDG CLASS
  • IMPACT STRENGTH DART DROP
  • IUPAC NAME
  • IZOD IMPACT STRENGTH
  • LC50
  • LD50
  • LOSS ON IGNITION
  • MAH CONTENTS
  • MANUFACTURER
  • MASTERBATCH
  • MELT FLOW RATE
  • MELT VISCOSITY
  • MELTING/FREEZING POINT
  • METHYL ACRYLATE
  • MIXTURE
  • MODULUS 300%
  • MOISTURE ABSORPTION
  • MOLECULAR WEIGHT
  • MUTAGENIC PROPERTIES
  • NFPA CLASSIFICATION
  • ODOR
  • OIL ABSORPTION
  • OSHA PEL
  • OUTSTANDING PROPERTIES
  • OXYGEN INDEX LOI
  • PARTICLE SIZE
  • PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION
  • PARTITION COEFFICIENT
  • PELLETS PER GRAM
  • PERMEABILITY COEFFICIENT
  • pH
  • POLYMER STRUCTURE
  • POLYSTYRENE CONTENTS
  • PROCESS TEMPERATURE
  • PROCESSING METHODS
  • PRODUCT CONTENTS
  • PURITY
  • RAINBOW TROUT
  • RECOMMENDED FOR PRODUCTS
  • RECOMMENDED FOR POLYMERS
  • REFRACTIVE INDEX
  • RELATED END-MARKETS
  • RELATED FUNCTIONS
  • RELATIVE PERMITTIVITY
  • RING AND BALL SOFTENING POINT
  • RTECS NUMBER
  • SKIN IRRITATION
  • SOLUBILITY IN SOLVENTS
  • SOLUBILITY IN WATER
  • SPECIFIC GRAVITY
  • SPECIFIC HEAT
  • SPECIFIC SURFACE AREA
  • SPENCER IMPACT
  • STATE
  • STIFFNESS
  • STRESS AT YIELD
  • STYRENE/RUBBER RATIO
  • SURFACE HARDNESS
  • SURFACE TENSION
  • TEAR STRENGTH
  • TENSILE ELONGATION ULTIMATE
  • TENSILE IMPACT STRENGTH
  • TENSILE MODULUS
  • TENSILE STRAIN
  • TENSILE STRENGTH
  • THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
  • TOTAL EXTRACTABLES
  • TRANSMISSION VISIBLE
  • VAPOR DENSITY
  • VAPOR PRESSURE
  • VICAT SOFTENING POINT
  • VISCOSITY
  • VISCOSITY INDEX
  • VISCOSITY MOONEY
  • VOLATILITY
  • VOLUME RESISTIVITY
  • WATER VAPOR TRANSMISSION RATE
  • Chapter 3: Impact Modifiers
  • 3.1 Acrylonitrile-containing copolymers. Blendex 338
  • 3.2 Acrylic-based
  • 3.3 Biobased products
  • 3.4 Chlorinated polyethylene
  • 3.5 Epoxy group-containing impact modifiers
  • 3.6 Etylene-α-olefinic copolymers
  • 3.7 Ethylene-butyl acrylate copolymers
  • 3.8 Ethylene copolymers
  • 3.9 Ethylene-octene copolymers
  • 3.10 Other ethylene-containing copolymers
  • 3.11 Fillers
  • 3.12 Hydrocarbon resins
  • 3.13 Hydrogenated styrenic block copolymers
  • 3.14 Ionomers
  • 3.15 Masterbatch
  • 3.16 Methacrylate-based copolymers
  • 3.17 Nucleating agents
  • 3.18 Plasticizers
  • 3.19 Polyamide modified
  • 3.20 Polybutadiene
  • 3.21 Polycarbodiimides
  • 3.22 Polyetherimides
  • 3.23 Polyether trifunctional
  • 3.24 Polyethylene alloys
  • 3.25 Polyethylene functionalized
  • 3.26 Polyimides
  • 3.27 Poly(lactic acid)
  • 3.28 Polyolefin block copolymers & elastomers
  • 3.29 Polypropylene derivatives
  • 3.30 Silicone-based
  • 3.31 Styrene-based copolymers
  • 3.32 Unhydrogenated styrenic block copolymers
  • 3.33 Unsaturated polyester
  • 3.34 Vinyl acetate copolymer

Product details

  • No. of pages: 460
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © ChemTec Publishing 2022
  • Published: March 12, 2022
  • Imprint: ChemTec Publishing
  • Hardcover ISBN: 9781927885895
  • eBook ISBN: 9781927885901

About the Author

George Wypych

George Wypych has a Ph.D. in chemical engineering. His professional expertise includes both university teaching (full professor) and research and development. He has published 18 books, 47 scientific papers, and he has obtained 16 patents. He specializes in polymer additives, polymer processing and formulation, material durability and the development of sealants and coatings.

Affiliations and Expertise

ChemTec Publishing, Ontario, Canada

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