Fire and Polymers: Materials and Solutions for Hazard Prevention, Volume 797
Gordon L. Nelson, Charles A. Wilkie, American Chemical Society. Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering
American Chemical Society, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 411 pages
This text represents the state of the art in the field of fire and polymers, with specific emphasis on non-halogen approaches to flame retardancy, including additives and intrinsically fire-retardant polymers (fire-smart polymers). It is divided into six sections: noncomposites, fire-smart polymers, polyurethanes, non-halogen (ecofriendly) flame retardants, halogen flame retardants and assessment and performance of flame retardant polymers.
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Recent Studies on Thermal Stability and Flame Retardancy
Fire Smart Polymers
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