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Corrosion of Polymers and Elastomers presents a close exam of the corrosive results of thermoplastic polymers, thermoset polymers, and elastomeric fabrics. The e-book is ideally suited for experts attracted to the corrosion resistance and mechanisms of those fabrics.

Following a common creation to the composition, homes, and purposes of polymers, the publication makes a speciality of the results of chemical corrosion attributable to adjustments in temperature, moisture, and different corrodents. equipped through fabric kind, the chapters disguise each one material's skill to resist solar, climate, and ozone in addition to its chemical resistance and common functions. The e-book additionally contains compatibility tables for every of the fabrics and compares the corrosion resistance of chosen elastomers.

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Reference [1] provides a more detailed listing. 10 Compatibility of ABS with Selected Corrodents Maximum Temperature Chemical Acetaldehyde Acetic acid, 10% Acetic acid, 50% Acetic acid, 80% Acetic acid, glacial Acetic anhydride Acetone Acetyl chloride Adipic acid Allyl alcohol Allyl chloride Alum Aluminum chloride, aqueous Aluminum fluoride Aluminum hydroxide Aluminum oxychloride Aluminum sulfate Ammonia gas dry Ammonium bifluoride Ammonium carbonate Ammonium chloride, sat. Ammonium fluoride, 10% Ammonium fluoride, 25% Ammonium hydroxide, 25% Ammonium hydroxide, sat.

13 shows the compatibility of ECTFE with selected corrodents. Reference [1] provides a more extensive listing. ECTFE has found application as pipe and vessel liners and in piping systems, chemical process equipment, and high-temperature wire and cable insulation. 13 Compatibility of ECTFE with Selected Corrodents Maximum Temperature Chemical Acetic acid, 10% Acetic acid, 50% Acetic acid, 80% Acetic acid, glacial Acetic anhydride Acetone Acetyl chloride Acrylonitrile Adipic acid Allyl chloride Alum Aluminum chloride, aqueous Aluminum chloride, dry Aluminum fluoride Aluminum hydroxide Aluminum nitrate Aluminum oxychloride Aluminum sulfate Ammonia gas Ammonium bifluoride Ammonium carbonate Ammonium chloride, 10% Ammonium chloride, 50% Ammonium chloride, sat.

Nitrile–phenolic adhesives have high shear strength up to 250–3508F (121–1778C), and the strength retention on aging at these temperatures is very good. Silicone adhesives are primarily used in nonstructural applications. They have very good thermal stability but low strength. Polyamide-adhesives have thermal endurance at temperatures greater than 5008F (2608C) that is unmatched by any commercially available adhesive. Their short-term exposure at 10008F (5388C) is slightly better than the epoxy–phenolic alloy.

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