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Crosslinked epoxies proceedings of the 9th discussion conference, Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 14-17, 1986 by

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Published by W. de Gruyter in Berlin, New York .
Written in English


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Statementeditors, Blahoslav Sedláček, Jaroslav Kahovec.
ContributionsSedláček, B., Kahovec, Jaroslav., Ústav makromolekulárni chemie (Československá akademie věd)
LC ClassificationsTP1180.E6 C76 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 626 p. :
Number of Pages626
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2380266M
ISBN 100899254012
LC Control Number87008838

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In the only book to focus on new developments and innovations in this hot field international experts from industry and academia present everything scientists need to know. The first section provides general concepts of the synthesis and properties of epoxy polymers and serves as a basis for the subsequent chapters. The second section includes new types of epoxy polymers recently. Rubbery crosslinked epoxide was reinforced with silica–siloxane structures formed in situ by sol–gel process from tetraethoxysilane. The increase in modulus by two orders of magnitudes was. Newtypes of epoxies proliferated from the s through the s with at least 25 distinct types available by the late s. The generic term epoxy (epoxide in Europe) is now understood to mean the base (thermoplastic, uncured) resins as well as the resultant crosslinked (thermoset, cured) plastic. Crosslinked Epoxies Proceedings of the 9th Discussion Conference Prague, Czechoslovakia, July 14–17,