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Title: Studies on polymer blends with special reference to NBR/PVC and CR/PVC blends
Authors: George,K E
Dr.Joseph,Francis D
Keywords: Magneisum oxide
Zinc oxide
Efficient stabilizer
Tribasic lead sulphate
Issue Date: Mar-1987
Publisher: Cochin University of Science And Technology
Abstract: The study is undertaken on PVC blends because of their all-round importance-One of the most prominent needs of PVC in application end-use is permanent plasticizationlo. Butadiene-acrylonitrile rubber (NBR) has been utilized as permanent plasticizer for PVC since the 1940s for wire and cable insulation, food contact, and pondliners used for oil containment23'24. Also plasticized PVC has been added to vulcanizable nitrile rubber, to yield improved ozone, thermal ageing, and chemical resistance resulting in applications including fuel hose covers, gaskets, conveyor belt covers, and printing roll covers. This blend is miscible in the range of 23 to 45 per cent acrylonitrile content in the butadiene-acrylqnitrile copolymerzs. The first phase of the study was directed towards modification blends. These blends, in addition to the polymers, require a host of additives like curatives for the NBR phase and stabilizers for the PVC phase26of the existing PVC blends, especially NBR/PVC. The second phase of the study was directed towards the development of novel PVC based blends. Chloroprene rubber (polychloroprene) (CR) is structurally similar to PVC and hence is likely to form successful blends with PVC32.
Description: Department of polymer science & rubber technology, Cochin University of Science And Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/3325
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