Sina Ebnesajjad's Non-Melt Processible Fluoroplastics PDF

By Sina Ebnesajjad

ISBN-10: 1884207847

ISBN-13: 9781884207846

Content material:
Acknowledgments

, Page 4
Preface

, Page 5
Introduction

, Pages 15-16
1 - Fundamentals

, Pages 17-22
2 - Fluoropolymers: homes and Structure

, Pages 23-32
3 - Operational category of Fluoropolymers

, Pages 33-38
4 - Fluoropolymer Monomers

, Pages 39-46
5 - Homofluoropolymer Polymerization and Finishing

, Pages 47-72
6 - advertisement Grades of Homofluoropolymers

, Pages 73-89
7 - Fabrication and Processing of Granular Polytetrafluoroethylene

, Pages 90-148
8 - Fabrication and Processing of excellent Powder Polytetrafluoroethylene

, Pages 149-181
9 - Fabrication and Processing of PTFE Dispersions

, Pages 182-198
10 - Processing of Polychlorotrifluoroethylene

, Pages 199-204
11 - Fluoroadditives

, Pages 205-219
12 - stuffed Fluoropolymer Compounds

, Pages 220-246
13 - Chemical homes of Fluoropolymers

, Pages 247-256
14 - homes of Tetrafluoroethylene Homopolymers

, Pages 257-280
15 - houses of Chlorotrifluoroethylene Homopolymers

, Pages 281-289
16 - Fabrication strategies for Fluoropolymers

, Pages 290-298
17 - common functions of Fluoropolymers

, Pages 299-309
18 - defense, Disposal, and Recycling of Fluoropolymers

, Pages 310-318
Appendix I - Polytetrafluoroethylene

, Pages 319-324
Appendix II - Polychlorotrifluoroethylene

, Pages 325-332
Appendix III - Trademarks

, Page 333
Glossary

, Pages 334-360
Index

, Pages 361-370

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The floc was cooled to the room temperature and peptized by the addition of 2% of a long chain alkyl sodium sulfate, based on the weight of the polymer. A dispersion containing 40% PTFE was obtained. Using sodium dioctyl sulfosuccinate or a polyglycol ether instead of an alkyl sodium sulfate yielded similar results. The emulsion can be broken by direct “salt-out” where a water-soluble salt is added to the dilute dispersion. The increase in the ionic strength of the aqueous phase leads to swift flocculation of the polymer.

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