Handbook for the Chemical Analysis of Plastic and Polymer Additives, Second Edition

Michael Bolgar, Jack Hubball, Joseph Groeger, Susan Meronek

September 25, 2015 by CRC Press
Reference - 638 Pages - 422 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781439860748 - CAT# K12792

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Features

  • Features updated material to include the most recent additives available
  • Contains actual analytical data for each chemical along with the description and methods used for obtaining the results
  • Highlights the toxicological and environmental impact of each product
  • Summarizes regulatory and health information in a convenient "one-step" format
  • Includes new case studies related to "real-world" issues

Summary

Polymers have undoubtedly changed the world through many products that improve our lives. However, additives used to modify the overall characteristics of these materials may not be fully disclosed or understood. These additives may present possible environmental and health hazards. It is important to monitor consumer products for these compounds using high-quality reference materials and dependable analytical techniques.

The Handbook for the Chemical Analysis of Plastic and Polymer Additives, Second Edition provides the necessary tools for chemists to obtain a more complete listing of additives present in a particular polymeric matrix. It is designed to serve as a valuable source for those monitoring a polymer/plastic material for regulatory or internal compliance. It also helps analysts to correctly identify the complex nature of the materials that have been added to the polymer/plastic.

With 50 additional compounds, this second edition nearly doubles the number of additives in several categories, including processing aids, antistatic compounds, mould release products, and blowing agents. It includes a listing that can be cross-referenced by trade name, chemical name, CAS number, and even key mass unit ions from the GC/MS run.

Addressing additives from an analytical viewpoint, this comprehensive handbook helps readers identify the additives in plastics. This information can be used to assess compliance with regulations issued by the FDA, US EPA, EU, and other agencies.

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