Technological and Physical Investigations on Natural and Synthetic Rubbers
Standard measurements. Miscellaneous investigations. Modification by means of the vulcanization-process. Physical methods in structural research. Measurements concerning plasticity and elasticity of vulcanized rubbers. Mechanical properties under special circumstances. X-ray investigation. Some electrical investigations.
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MODIFICATION BY MEANS OF THE VUL
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