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  • Iron-chlorine interactions in blends of poly(vinyl chloride) and AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene containing basic iron (III) oxide
    Polymer, 1995
    Co-Authors: Peter Carty, S. White

    Abstract:

    Abstract A systematic study of char formation in blends of two thermoplastic polymers, poly(vinyl chloride) and AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene, containing a char-forming/smoke-suppressing iron compound, suggests that the ‘active species’ which promotes char-forming reactions in these polymer systems is iron(III) oxychloride (FeOCl).

  • Flammability of AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene/poly(vinyl chloride) blends; limiting oxygen index data
    Polymer, 1994
    Co-Authors: Peter Carty, S. White

    Abstract:

    A strong positive correlation exists between the flammability of AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene(ABS)/poly-(vinyl chloride) (PVC) blends and the amount of PVC present.

  • flammability of Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene poly vinyl chloride blends limiting oxygen index data
    Polymer, 1994
    Co-Authors: Peter Carty, S. White

    Abstract:

    A strong positive correlation exists between the flammability of AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene(ABS)/poly-(vinyl chloride) (PVC) blends and the amount of PVC present.

Peter Carty – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Iron-chlorine interactions in blends of poly(vinyl chloride) and AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene containing basic iron (III) oxide
    Polymer, 1995
    Co-Authors: Peter Carty, S. White

    Abstract:

    Abstract A systematic study of char formation in blends of two thermoplastic polymers, poly(vinyl chloride) and AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene, containing a char-forming/smoke-suppressing iron compound, suggests that the ‘active species’ which promotes char-forming reactions in these polymer systems is iron(III) oxychloride (FeOCl).

  • Flammability of AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene/poly(vinyl chloride) blends; limiting oxygen index data
    Polymer, 1994
    Co-Authors: Peter Carty, S. White

    Abstract:

    A strong positive correlation exists between the flammability of AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene(ABS)/poly-(vinyl chloride) (PVC) blends and the amount of PVC present.

  • flammability of Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene poly vinyl chloride blends limiting oxygen index data
    Polymer, 1994
    Co-Authors: Peter Carty, S. White

    Abstract:

    A strong positive correlation exists between the flammability of AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene(ABS)/poly-(vinyl chloride) (PVC) blends and the amount of PVC present.

Karen Lozano – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • thermal analysis of an Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene swnt composite
    Polymer Degradation and Stability, 2004
    Co-Authors: Shuying Yang, Jose Rafael Castilleja, Enrique V Barrera, Karen Lozano

    Abstract:

    Abstract Thermogravimetric analysis and differential thermal analysis were used to study the thermal degradation of AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene/single-walled carbon nanotube composites under static air and nitrogen. For the dynamic analysis, two-step degradation was observed. Low concentrations of SWNTs (0.5 wt.%) tend to destabilize the first degradation step of ABS but reinforce it at the second step degradation. Further addition of SWNT, destabilizes the whole system by lowering both degradation peak temperatures. The activation energies of isothermal degradation were evaluated by using Freeman’s model. Under both static air and nitrogen, the activation energy was lowered by the SWNTs. DSC analysis showed that the introduction of SWNTs increases the glass transition temperature of the composites and low concentration of SWNTs act as nucleating agents to the crystallization of ABS.

  • Thermal analysis of an AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene/SWNT composite
    Polymer Degradation and Stability, 2004
    Co-Authors: Shuying Yang, Jose Rafael Castilleja, Enrique V Barrera, Karen Lozano

    Abstract:

    Abstract Thermogravimetric analysis and differential thermal analysis were used to study the thermal degradation of AcrylonitrileButadieneStyrene/single-walled carbon nanotube composites under static air and nitrogen. For the dynamic analysis, two-step degradation was observed. Low concentrations of SWNTs (0.5 wt.%) tend to destabilize the first degradation step of ABS but reinforce it at the second step degradation. Further addition of SWNT, destabilizes the whole system by lowering both degradation peak temperatures. The activation energies of isothermal degradation were evaluated by using Freeman’s model. Under both static air and nitrogen, the activation energy was lowered by the SWNTs. DSC analysis showed that the introduction of SWNTs increases the glass transition temperature of the composites and low concentration of SWNTs act as nucleating agents to the crystallization of ABS.