By S K De, K Naskar, J White

"This publication is a better half quantity to Rubber Technologist's guide released in 2001. Written by means of specialists of their respective fields, this guide discusses the newest advancements within the topic. the 10 chapters conceal Microscopic Imaging of Rubber Compounds, clever Tyres, Silica-Filled Rubber Compounds, Fibres within the Rubber undefined, Naval and house functions of Rubber, Advances in Fillers for the Rubber undefined, Thermoplastic Elastomers via Dynamic Vulcanisation, Polymers In Cable purposes, sturdiness of Rubber Compounds, and Radiochemical ageing of Ethylene-Propylene-Diene Monomer. This e-book will serve the wishes of these who're already within the rubber and new entrants to the sphere who aspire to construct a occupation in rubber and allied components. fabrics technological know-how scholars and researchers, designers and engineers may still all locate this guide helpful."

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S. Westermann, M. Kreitschmann, W. Pyckhout-Hintzen, D. Richter and E. Straube, Physica B: Condensed Matter, 1997, 234-236, 306. 75. A. Botti, W. Pyckhout-Hintzen, D. Richter, V. Urban, E. Straube and J. Kohlbrecher, Polymer, 2003, 44, 24, 7505. 76. R. W. H. Waddell, Applied Spectroscopy, 2000, 54, 11, 1559. 77. W. Zerda, G. H. Waddell, Rubber Chemistry and Technology, 2003, 76, 4, 769. 78. H. K. Freakley, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 1997, 36, 6, 873. 79. M. E. E. Callan, Rubber Chemistry and Technology, 1967, 40, 2, 371.

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74. S. Westermann, M. Kreitschmann, W. Pyckhout-Hintzen, D. Richter and E. Straube, Physica B: Condensed Matter, 1997, 234-236, 306. 75. A. Botti, W. Pyckhout-Hintzen, D. Richter, V. Urban, E. Straube and J. Kohlbrecher, Polymer, 2003, 44, 24, 7505. 76. R. W. H. Waddell, Applied Spectroscopy, 2000, 54, 11, 1559. 77. W. Zerda, G. H. Waddell, Rubber Chemistry and Technology, 2003, 76, 4, 769. 78. H. K. Freakley, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 1997, 36, 6, 873. 79. M. E. E. Callan, Rubber Chemistry and Technology, 1967, 40, 2, 371.

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