By David Garner and Allan Stahl (eds)
content material: Raymond B. Seymour : coming of age with polymers / W.N. Tinnerman --
Degradation of polymers in adverse environments / Herman F. Mark --
results of radiation environments on plastics / Malcolm Dole --
Thermal research of metal-containing polymers : generalizations / Charles E. Carraher, Jr. --
New styrene-maleic anhydride terpolymer blends / W.J. corridor, R.L. Kruse, R.A. Mendelson, and Q.A. Trementozzi --
Polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) in harsh environments / Van C. Vives, J.S. Dix, and D.G. Brady --
Advances in high-performance polymers / Raymond B. Seymour --
version fungicidal monomers, polymers, and latices for paints / Charles U. Pittman, Jr. and G. Allan Stahl --
ordinary makes use of and sturdiness of assorted plastics in adverse environments / A.A. Boova --
Water permeation via elastomers / Patrick E. Cassidy --
Polyurethane getting older in water and methanol environments / Douglas L. Faulkner, Michael G. Wyzgoski, and Mark E. Myers, Jr. --
adversarial results of oxygenated solvent interplay with sort II inflexible poly(vinyl chloride) / Richard F. Miller and Paul E. Rider --
Chemical and solvent resistance of chosen styrene-maleic anhydride copolymers / Richard F. Miller --
results of ethanol/gasoline and methyl t-butyl ether/gasoline combinations on elastomers / Ismat A. Abu-Isa --
results of ozone publicity at the actual homes of butadiene and styrene/butadiene copolymers / K.E. Stephens and C.L. Beatty --
X-ray photoemission spectroscopic research of the influence of ozone on a number of styrene/butadiene copolymers / K.E. Stephens, M. Ammons, C.D. Batich, C.L. Beatty, and W. Swartz --
Environmental corrosion of polymers : factors and major reactions / B. Rånby and J.F. Rabek --
impression of sulfur dioxide on natural coatings / W. Funke and H. Haagen --
Photochemical degradation and organic defacement of polymers / P.D. Gabriele, J.R. Geib, R.M. Iannucci, and W.J. Reid.
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TREMENTOZZI Monsanto Company, Indian Orchard, MA 01151 A group of new consisting of variou terpolymers blended with styrene-acrylonitrile copolymer and rubber-modified versions of these materials have been prepared and investigated. In particular the effects of chemical composition of the components on heat resistance and the miscibility behavior of the blends have been elucidated. Toughness and response to elevated temperature air aging are also examined. Appropriate combinations of the components may be melt blended to provide an enhanced balance of heat resistance, chemical resistance, and toughness.