Barrier polymers and structures

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American Chemical Society, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 406 pages
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This volume provides a comprehensive treatment of the state of science and technology in the area of barrier polymers and barrier structures. Among the topics covered in its 20 chapters are structure-property relationships of Saran materials and nylons; approaches to engineering around the sensitivity of barrier polymers to humidity; characterization of sorption kinetics in several glassy polymers for a broad spectrum of penetrants; complex barrier structures; and flavor scalping. It presents fundamental principles along with complementing discussions of applications of these principles.

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Fundamentals of Gas Diffusion in Rubbery and Glassy
Effects of Structural Order on Barrier Properties
Transport of Plasticizing Penetrants in Glassy Polymers

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