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Basics of Polymers by Muralisrinivasan Subramanian

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Index

ABS. See Acrylonitrile–butadiene–styrene (ABS)

Acrylonitrile–butadiene–styrene (ABS)

     properties of, 28–29

Additional polymerization, 6–7

Anionic polymerization, 9–11

 

Barrel, 56

     for injection molding, 45

Bayer’s phenol–aldehyde reaction, 13

Blow molding, 38, 40

     extrusion, 67–68

     injection stretch, 68

     optimization, 69

     processing, 69

Bulk polymers, properties of, 18

 

Caprolactam, 14

Cationic polymerization, 11

Chain polymerization, 6–7

Condensation polymerization, 12–14

Conventional polymers, 13

Copolymers, 4

Cyclic siloxane, polymerization of, 9–10

 

Drying, for extrusion, 58

 

Ejection, for injection molding, 48

Elongation flow, 38

Extruders, 53–54

Extrusion

     blow molding, 67–68

     die, 57–58

     extruders, ...

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