An authoritative reference on the processing and finishing of polymeric materials for scientists and practitioners
Owing to their versatility and wide range of applications, polymeric materials are of great commercial importance. Manufacturing processes of commercial products are designed to meet the requirements of the final product and are influenced by the physical and chemical properties of the polymeric material used.
Based on Wiley's renowned Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology, Processing and Finishing of Polymeric Materials provides comprehensive, up-to-date details on the latest manufacturing technologies, including blending, compounding, extrusion,molding, and coating.
Written by prominent scholars from industry, academia, and research institutions from around the globe, this reference features more than forty selected reprints from the Encyclopedia as well as new contributions, providing unparalleled coverage of such topics as:
- Antistatic agents
- Blowing agents
- Coloring processes
- Dielectric heating
Processing and Finishing of Polymeric Materials is an ideal resource for polymer and materials scientists, chemists, chemical engineers, materials scientists, process engineers, and consultants, and serves as a valuable addition to libraries of chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science in industry, academia, and government.
Keywords: plastics processing; curing; dielectric heating; plasma processing; blow molding; blowing agents; plastics; state extrusion; rubber compounding; agents; fabrication; injection molding; carbon black; films; survey; antistatic agents, Materials Processing, Industrial Chemistry, Materials Processing, Industrial Chemistry