Blowing Agents for Polyurethane Foams, Volume 12
This review discusses the legal requirements and property specifications for blowing agents in different applications. Each type of blowing agent is described. Key environmental and physical properties are listed, together with advantages and limitations. Foams are described by types and by applications. An additional indexed section containing several hundred abstracts from the Polymer Library gives useful references for further reading.
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