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Irradiation of polymeric materials

processes, mechanisms, and applications
  • 338 Pages
  • 4.27 MB
  • English

American Chemical Society , Washington, DC
Polymers -- Effect of radiation on -- Congre
StatementElsa Reichmanis, Curtis W. Frank, James H. O"Donnell, [editors].
SeriesACS symposium series,, 527
ContributionsReichmanis, Elsa, 1953-, Frank, C. W., O"Donnell, James H., Royal Australian Chemical Institute. Polymer Division., National Science Foundation (U.S.), Australia. Dept. of Industry, Technology, and Commerce.
LC ClassificationsQD381.9.R3 I78 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 338 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1413244M
ISBN 100841226628
LC Control Number93022431

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The radiation regimes of primary utility are either high energy, ionizing radiation such as from gamma or neutron sources, or ultraviolet radiation from arc lamps.

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Discusses structural and physiochemical effects of irradiation and presents techniques to model and. This book provides an introduction of how radiation is processed in polymeric materials, how materials properties are affected and how the resulting materials are analyzed.

It covers synthesis, characterization, or modification of important materials, e.g. polycarbonates, polyamides and polysaccharides, using radiation. Discusses structural and physiochemical effects of irradiation and presents techniques to model and monitor radiation events.

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Describes the use of radiation as a sterilization method in the biomedical, pharmaceutical, and food industries. Examines current topics in the stability and stabilization of polymers exposed to ionizing radiation.

Reviews advances in the use of radiation with. Radiation Curing of Polymeric Materials by Charles E. Hoyle,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. two classes of applications: 1) the processing and production of polymeric materials by means of irradiation facilities, and 2) the use of polymeric materials in applications for which they must withstand irradiation throughout the course of their useful lifetimes.

Due to the extensive and still-growing use of polymeric materials for technological. Overall, photo-irradiation-based methods can be very versatile enabling technologies to improve the performance of polymeric membranes in technical separations (e.g., in gas separation, pervaporation, ultra- and microfiltration or as membrane adsorbers) and other processes (e.g., for controlled release or in sensor systems), and they will definitely also contribute to the development of entirely novel Cited by: Most often, both of these mechanisms occur as polymeric materials are subjected to ionizing radiation, but frequently one mechanism predominates within a specific polymer.

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He has over fourteen years of extensiveexperience in radiation processing of polymer materials. s: Keizo Makuuchi, Song Cheng. Table of Contents. High-Energy Ion Irradiation Effects on Polymer Materials, H.

Kudoh, T. Sasuga, and T. Seguchi Mechanistic Studies on the Radiation Chemistry of Poly(hydroxybutyrate), T. Carswell-Pomerantz, L. Dong, D.J.T. Hill, J.H. O'Donnell, and P.J. Pomery Radiation-Induced Energy and Charge Transport in Polystyrene: Laser Photolysis and Pulse Radiolysis Comparative Study, G.

Zhang and J Price: $ Abstract. This chapter on styrenic plastics covers a broad class of polymeric materials of which an important part is styrene. Chemical structures, manufacturers, and trade names along with typical end uses of the plastics are included besides extensive tabular and graphical physical, mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties before and after various sterilization processes.

The effect of irradiation on materials is fixed in the initial event in which an energetic projectile strikes a target. The book is distributed in four sections: Ionic Materials; Biomaterials; Polymeric Materials and Metallic Materials.

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Chapter 1 Radiation Effects on Polymeric Materials A Brief Overview Elsa Reichmanis1, Curtis W. Frank2, James H. O'Donnell3, and David J. Hill3 1AT&T Bell Laboratories, Room 1A, Mountain Avenue, Murray Hill, NJ 2 Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA The following polymeric materials were welded: teflonpolystyrene, teflon - polymethyl methacrylate, polystyrenepolymethyl methacrylate, polyethylene - polystyrene, polyethylene-polymethacrylate.

Prior to irradiation, the surfaces to be welded were treated with solutions of boron and lithium compounds and subsequently exposed to a thermal neutron flux. With Permission from ACS: ACS Symposium Series Irradiation of Food and PackagingChapter 1, Pages Kim M. Morehouse * and Vanee Komolprasert **.

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O'Donnell 3; Volume Publication Date (Print): Ap The irradiation of polymeric materials with ionizing radiation (gamma rays, X rays, accelerated electrons, ion beams) leads to the formation of very reactive intermediates.

These intermediates can follow several consultants meeting on Advances in Radiation Chemistry of Polymers held at the University of Notre Dame, USA in September was. The fundamental concepts of energy transfer of swift heavy ions and the post-irradiation effects such as cross-linking and chain scissoring of polymeric materials have been discussed in this chapter.

Studies on Development of Polymeric Materials Using Gamma Irradiation for Contact and Intraocular Lenses Pranshu Chhabra, 1 Ruchi Gupta, 1 Gunjan Suri, 1 Mukti Tyagi, 1 Geetha Seshadri, 1 S. Sabharwal, 2 U. Niyogi, 1 and R.

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It covers synthesis. Polymeric materials are used in a variety of applications today. However, polymers are not always suitable for all applications, especially in terms of their mechanical properties and chemical or thermal resistence. This Special Issue will provide recent trends in the use of the irradiation of polymers; and, in particular, the radiation.

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