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Databook of UV Stabilizers contains information on the most frequently used UV stabilizers, dividing the topic into five distinct sections: General Information, Physical Properties, Health and Safety, Ecological Properties, and Use and Performance. The data belongs to over 100 data fields, accommodating a variety of data available in source publications. A key part of the text is an introductory chapter in which general indicators of performance of UV stabilizers are discussed and a chapter containing information on the data fields included in the description of individual stabilizers.
- Provides information on the most frequently used UV stabilizers
- Includes five distinct sections, breaking the content up into useful and manageable topics
- Data presented belongs to over 100 data fields, accommodating a variety of data available in source publications
Plastics engineers, product designers, materials scientists. Core sectors – construction, consumer goods (e.g., toys, cosmetics), automotive/aerospace.
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Information on the data fields
- 3: UV Stabilizers
- 3.1: Organic UV absorbers
- 3.1.1: Benzophenones. ADK STAB 1413
- 3.1.2: Benzotriazoles ADK STAB LA-32
- 3.1.3: Benzotriazines Chiguard 5405
- 3.1.4: Benzoxazinones Cyasorb UV-3638F
- 3.1.5: Cinnamates Uvinul MC 80
- 3.1.6: Cyanoacrylates BLS 3035
- 3.1.7: Malonate Hostavin PR-25
- 3.1.8: Octocrylene Uvinul N 539 T
- 3.1.9: Oxalanilides Hostavin 3206 liq
- 3.2: Inorganic UV absorbers Titanium dioxide
- 3.3: Fiber Carbon nanotubes
- 3.4: Hindered amine stabilizers
- 3.4.1: Monomeric. Everstab LS119
- 3.4.2: Polymeric Chimassorb 944 FDL or LD
- 3.5: Phenolic antioxidants Irganox 245
- 3.6: Phosphites and phosphonites Everfos 626
- 3.7: Thiosynergists Evernox 1520
- 3.8: Amines Naugard PS30
- 3.9: Quenchers Lowilite Q84
- 3.10: Optical brighteners Uvitex OB
- 3.11: Synergistic mixtures of stabilizers (examples)
- 3.11.1 Monomeric & oligomeric HAS. Tinuvin 111
- 3.11.2 HAS+UV absorber Tinuvin 5050
- 3.11.3 Phosphite+phenolic antioxidant Irganox B 215
- 3.11.4 HAS+UV absorber+phenolic antioxidant Tinuvin B 75
- 3.11.5 Other KRITILEN UV 15
- 3.1: Organic UV absorbers
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- © ChemTec Publishing 2015
- 25th June 2015
- ChemTec Publishing
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Anna Wypych studied chemical engineering and polymer chemistry and obtained an M.Sc in chemical engineering. Her professional expertise includes both teaching and research & development. She specializes in polymer additives for PVC and other polymers, and evaluates their effect on health and environment.
Chemtec Publishing, Toronto, Canada
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