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Polymers, High-Temperature

  1. David Parker1,
  2. Jan Bussink2,
  3. Hendrik T. van de Grampel2,
  4. Gary W. Wheatley3,
  5. Ernst-Ulrich Dorf4,
  6. Edgar Ostlinning4,
  7. Klaus Reinking4,
  8. Frank Schubert5,
  9. Oliver Jünger6

Published Online: 15 APR 2012

DOI: 10.1002/14356007.a21_449.pub3

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

How to Cite

Parker, D., Bussink, J., van de Grampel, H. T., Wheatley, G. W., Dorf, E.-U., Ostlinning, E., Reinking, K., Schubert, F. and Jünger, O. 2012. Polymers, High-Temperature. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. .

Author Information

  1. 1

    ICI Advanced Materials, Wilton, Middlesborough, United Kingdom

  2. 2

    GE Plastics Europe, Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands

  3. 3

    Humberside Polytechnic, Hull, United Kingdom

  4. 4

    Bayer AG, Leverkusen, Germany

  5. 5

    Evonik Industries AG, Marl, Germany

  6. 6

    Ticona GmbH, Frankfurt, Germany

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 APR 2012

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Abstract

The article contains sections titled:

1.Introduction
2.Polyetherimides
2.1.Production
2.2.Properties
2.3.Processing
2.4.Uses
2.5.Economic Aspects
3.Polyaryletherketones
3.1.Production
3.2.Properties
3.3.Processing
3.4.Uses
4.Polysulfones
4.1.Production
4.2.Properties
4.3.Processing
4.4.Uses
5.Poly(Phenylene Sulfide)
5.1.Production
5.2.Properties
5.2.1.Material Properties
5.2.2.Properties of Nonreinforced Moldings
5.2.3.Properties of Reinforced Moldings
5.3.Processing
5.3.1.Injection Molding
5.3.2.Other Molding Methods
5.3.3.Finishing of Shaped Articles
5.3.4.Extrusion
5.3.5.Semifinished Products
5.4.Uses
5.5.Economic Aspects
6.Liquid Crystal Polymers
6.1.Introduction
6.2.Physical Properties
6.2.1.Mechanical Properties
6.2.2.Thermal Properties
6.2.3.Behavior on Exposure to Flame
6.2.4.Electrical Properties
6.2.5.Rheological Properties
6.3.Chemical Properties
6.3.1.Chemical Resistance
6.3.2.Hydrolysis Resistance
6.4.Production
6.5.Uses
6.6.Trade Names (Examples)
6.7.Economic Aspects