By Philip A. Schweitzer P.E.
Corrosion of Polymers and Elastomers presents a close exam of the corrosive results of thermoplastic polymers, thermoset polymers, and elastomeric fabrics. The booklet is ideally fitted for experts drawn to the corrosion resistance and mechanisms of those fabrics.
Following a common advent to the composition, homes, and functions of polymers, the publication specializes in the results of chemical corrosion because of adjustments in temperature, moisture, and different corrodents. geared up by means of fabric variety, the chapters conceal each one material's skill to resist solar, climate, and ozone in addition to its chemical resistance and general functions. The publication additionally comprises compatibility tables for every of the fabrics and compares the corrosion resistance of chosen elastomers.
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11 Continued Chemical Chloroacetic acid, 50% water Chloroacetic acid Chlorobenzene Chloroform Chlorosulfonic acid Chromic acid, 10% Chromic acid, 50% Citric acid, 15% Citric acid, conc. Copper chloride Copper cyanide Copper sulfate Cresol Cupric chloride, 5% Cupric chloride, 50% Dichloroethane Ethylene chloride Ferric chloride Ferric nitrate, 10–50% Ferric chloride Hydrochloric acid, 20% Hydrochloric acid, 38% Hydrofluoric acid, 70% Hydrofluoric acid, 100% Ketones, general Lactic acid, 25% Lactic acid, conc.
Ammonium fluoride, 10% Ammonium fluoride, 25% Ammonium hydroxide, 25% Ammonium hydroxide, sat. 10 Continued Maximum Temperature Chemical Amyl alcohol Amyl chloride Aniline Antimony trichloride Aqua regia 3:1 Barium carbonate Barium chloride Barium hydroxide Barium sulfate Barium sulfide Benzaldehyde Benzene Benzene sulfonic acid, 10% Benzoic acid Benzyl alcohol Benzyl chloride Borax Boric acid Bromine liquid Butadiene Butyl acetate Butyl alcohol Butyric acid Calcium bisulfite Calcium carbonate Calcium chlorate Calcium chloride Calcium hydroxide, sat.
A. Schweitzer. 2004. Corrosion Resistance Tables, Vols. , New York: Marcel Dekker. One of the applications for plastic materials is to resist atmospheric corrosion. In addition to being able to resist attack by specific corrodents in plant operations, they are also able to resist corrosive fumes that may be present in the atmosphere. 6 gives the allowable temperature range for thermoplastic polymers. 1 Joining of Thermoplastics Thermoplastic materials are joined by either solvent cementing, thermal fusion, or by means of adhesives.