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Databook of UV Stabilizers, Second Edition, provides general indicators regarding the performance of UV stabilizers and includes details on the data fields included in the description of individual stabilizers. It provides details such as acronyms, molecular weight, odor, product form, transmittance, DOT hazard class, NFPA flammability/reactivity, aquatic toxicity, typical applications, processing methods, conditions to avoid, and much more for each stabilizer covered. Importantly, the Ecological properties section contains data on Biodegradation probability, Aquatic toxicity LC (Algae, Rainbow trout, Bluegill sunfish, Fathead minnow, Zebrafish, and Daphnia magna), Bioaccumulation potential, Bioconcentration factor, Biodegradation probability, Hydroxyl rate, and Partition coefficients (log Koc, log Kow). This book is an excellent companion to the Handbook of UV stabilizers which has also been published recently. Both books supplement each other without repeating the same information – one contains data another theory, mechanisms of action, practical effects and implications of application
- Discusses general indicators of performance of UV stabilizers and information on data fields included in the description of individual stabilizers
- Includes five distinct sections, breaking content up into useful and manageable topics
- Presents data that belongs to over 100 data fields, accommodating a variety of data available in source publications
Researchers in material science and mechanical engineering. Plastics engineers, product designers, and material scientists
2 Information on data fields
3 UV Stabilizers
3.1 Organic UV absorbers
3.1.7 Camphor derivatives
3.1.11 Epoxidized oils
3.2 Carbon black
3.3 Inorganic UV absorbers
3.5 Hindered amine stabilizers
3.5.2 Oligomeric & polymeric
3.6 Secondary stabilizers
3.6.1 Phenolic antioxidants
3.6.2 Phosphites & phosphonites
3.6.6 Optical brighteners
3.7 Synergistic mixtures of stabilizers (examples)
3.7.1 HAS mixtures
3.7.2 Cinnamate+benzoate mixtures
3.7.3 HAS+UV absorber
3.7.4 Phosphite+phenolic antioxidant
3.7.5 HAS+UV absorber+phenolic antioxidant
3.7.6 Quencher+UV absorber
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- © ChemTec Publishing 2020
- 13th March 2020
- 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
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.
ChemTec Publishing, Ontario, Canada
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