Advances in Elastomers I: Blends and Interpenetrating by P. Deepalekshmi, P. M. Visakh, Aji. P. Mathew, Arup K.

By P. Deepalekshmi, P. M. Visakh, Aji. P. Mathew, Arup K. Chandra (auth.), P. M. Visakh, Sabu Thomas, Arup K. Chandra, Aji. P. Mathew (eds.)

This is the 1st quantity of a two-volume paintings which summarizes in an edited layout and in a pretty accomplished demeanour a few of the fresh technical examine accomplishments within the quarter of Elastomers. “Advances in Elastomers” discusses a number of the makes an attempt stated on fixing those difficulties from the viewpoint of the chemistry and the constitution of elastomers, highlighting the drawbacks and merits of every strategy. It summarize the significance of elastomers and their multiphase platforms in human existence and undefined, and covers all of the issues with regards to fresh advances in elastomers, their blends, IPNs, composites and nanocomposites.

This first quantity specializes in advances at the blends and interpenetrating networks (IPNs) of elastomers.

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The major applications of butyl rubber are tire inner tubes and hoses. Ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) is a synthetic rubber consisting of ethylene and propylene. It has outstanding heat, ozone and weather resistance due to their stable, saturated polymer backbone structure. As non-polar elastomers, EPDM has good electrical resistivity, as well as resistance to polar solvents, such as water, acids, alkalies, phosphate esters and many ketones and alcohols (Fig. 10). It is mainly used as a standard lining material for steam hoses, automotive weather-stripping and seals, radiator, electrical insulation and roofing membrane.

SBCs can also be compounded to produce materials that enhance grip, feel, and appearance in applications such as toys, automotive, personal hygiene and packaging. 2 Thermoplastic Elastomers Based on Polyamide Thermoplastic polyamide elastomers (COPAs) belong to the group of segmented block copolymer. They consist of multiblock copolymer structure with repeating hard and soft segments. The hard segments are polyamides which serve as virtual cross-links reducing chain slippage and the viscous flow of copolymer, whilst the soft segments are either polyethers or polyesters which contribute to the flexibility and extensibility of elastomers.

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