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Infrared analysis of polymers, resins, and additives

Dieter O. Hummel

Infrared analysis of polymers, resins, and additives

an atlas

by Dieter O. Hummel

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Published by Wiley-Interscience in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymers -- Analysis.,
  • Gums and resins -- Analysis.,
  • Plastics -- Additives -- Analysis.,
  • Polymers -- Spectra.,
  • Gums and resins -- Spectra.,
  • Plastics -- Additives -- Spectra.

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of Atlas der Kunststoff-Analyse which was based on the author"s Kunststoff-, Lack-, und Gummi-Analyse.

    Statement[by] Hummel, Scholl.
    ContributionsScholl, Friedrich K., 1929-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD139.P6 H813
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. in
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5689255M
    LC Control Number70006732

    The Handbook for the Chemical Analysis of Plastic and Polymer Additives, Second Edition provides the necessary tools for chemists to obtain a more complete listing of additives present in a particular polymeric matrix. It is designed to serve as a valuable source for those monitoring a polymer/plastic material for regulatory or internal compliance. reinforcements, and other additives, cardanol modified epoxy resins, baking coatings from epoxy derived from cardanol, phenolic resins, polyurethane resins, aqueous polyurethane dispersion technology, heat resistant resins, etc. The resin have wide industrial uses like in lacquers, paints, textiles, varnishes, printing inks and cosmetic etc.

    Spectroscopy, Elemental & Isotope Analysis Resource Library Access a targeted collection of application notes, case studies, videos, webinars and white papers covering a range of applications for Fourier Transform infrared spectroscopy, Near-infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis.   A new method for the quantitative analysis of an epoxy resin dispersion by infrared (IR) spectroscopy is described. The absorbance ratio of various peaks in different areas of the IR .

    Analysis of Polymers by ATR/FT-IR. Spectroscopy. Polymer materials have become widely utilized for many different applications ranging from food packaging and consumer products to use in medical devices and in aerospace technologies. The composition of polymer materials may be readily determined by measuring their infrared spectra using. Near infrared spectroscopy is used for the quantification of quality relevant parameters in polymers like OH-number, acid or amine value to name a few. As innovative analytical methods are of great economic interest, NIR is becoming more and more established for the monitoring of polymer production processes. Many companies start to replace conventional at-line analysis methods by.


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Hummel Publisher: Release Date: Pages: ISBN: UOM Available. Additive analysis. Whereas additive analysis in polymers is a highly mature field [–], the analytics of additives in lubricants appears to be less extensively developed [].

Additive analysis is notoriously a difficult matter; see Table However, on the basis of the chemical nature of mineral oil-based lubricants and. Infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) analysis of polymers and plastics for identification and quality assessment, providing data and meaningful information Fourier Transform-Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) is a reliable and cost-effective analytical tool for identification of polymers and assessment of the quality of plastic materials.

Michael Tolinski, in Additives for Polyolefins, Overall Trends in Additives Production and Use. Because many polymer additives are likewise based on petrochemicals, additive use and production is tied to oil prices as well.

Additives are often more expensive than the resins they are used in; yet these additives can provide synergistic value-added functions to raw resin that offset. Identification of polymers is ideally suited to infrared analysis, but has become more difficult with the many blends of polymers that now exist.

Spectra can be obtained as either a pressed or cast film, or by attenuated total reflectance. Other instrumental techniques would require the decomposition of the polymer and identification of its.

Additive analysis for polymer materials can be challenging due to the complexity of the materials: the presence of various groups of additives, compounding ingredients, and fillers all in one sample. Chemical identification of polymer additives is essential to all parts of the plastics supply chain as additives can impact both the functional.

The FTIR Spectra of following polymers were collected. in transmission, range cm Full version: Searchable FTIR spectral library compatible with your spectroscopic software.

NICODOM IR Polymers All Package. spectra consists of 4 independent libraries: NICODOM IR Polymers and Additives, spectra. Polymers represent another large area in which thermal analysis finds strong applications. Thermoplastic polymers are commonly found in everyday packaging and household items, but for the analysis of the raw materials, effects of the many additive used (including stabilisers and colours) and fine-tuning of the moulding or extrusion processing used can be achieved by using differential.

choices of both polymer types and reinforcement forms to meet the design requirements including environment. In order to make effective use of these choices, product developers should be familiar with the properties, advantages and limitations of commercially available resins and fibers.

The ability to tailor the resin system and fiber architecture. In polymer analysis, as in many other types of analysis, the return in information for a given effort is greater for infrared spectroscopy than for almost any other single analytical method.

Infrared not only serves to identify a commercial polymer or copolymer, but often yields both qualitative and quantitative information as to additives. The polyamide group includes many different polymers with different chemical and physical properties.

Despite a high similarity in their chemical structure IR spectroscopy allows to differentiate between various polyamides like PA6, PA, PA10 and PA Differentiation of HDPE and LDPE: Polyethylene (PE) is the most produced polymer in the world.

Take a look at this Ratings Chart on which FT-IR sampling method is best for your sample, or. Visit the FTIR Spectroscopy Academy to learn more about the basics of FTIR and its many applications in plastic and polymer analysis, including: Material identification and verification; Copolymer and blend assessment; Additive identification and.

To make epoxy resins cross-linked, one needs the use of a proper curing agent. Depending on the functionality of epoxy resins and curing agents, the curability of systems may vary from a partially cured to an intensely cured 3D network.

In correspondence to the degree of curing/cross-linking, materials with different properties can be achieved. Both technically and economically, additives form a large and increasingly significant part of the polymer industry, both plastics and elastomers. Since the first edition of this book was published, there have been wide-ranging developments, covering chemistry and formulation of new and more efficient additive systems and the safer use of additives, both by processors in the factory and, in 4/5(2).Techniques such as deconvolution and curve fit analysis provided by the computer, allow more structural information to be made visible in the infrared spectrum than was once thought possible.

In the deconvolution process broad complex bands can be mathematically narrowed to yield an improvement in the observation of the overlapped component bands.Infra-Red analysis of polymers, resins and additives - an atlas.

D.O. Hummel and F. Scholl, Wiley-Interscience, New York,Vol. 1, Part 2: Plastics, Elastomers.