Hanser, Jan 1, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 723 pages
In this single handbook, the editors aim to give a diverse audience of readers a complete account of all aspects of PVC—from monomer manufacture to polymerization; the gamut of such additives as stabilizers, lubricants, plasticizers, impact modifiers, fillers and reinforcing agents; blends and alloys; compounding and processing; characterization; combustion resistance and weatherability; product engineering design; applications; environmental and safety; and finally the PVC industry dynamics. This handbook contains both practical formulation information as well as a mechanistic view of why PVC behaves as it does.
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