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The acute inhalation toxicity of smoke produced by five halogenated polymers used as electrical wire coatings was investigated in this study. The polymers in cluded two chlorofluoropolymers (Halar 500® and Halar 555®) and three fluoro polymers (Teflon 100® , Tefzel 200® and Kynar® ). The...
Experimental Oxygen Index data taken on plasticized poly(vinyl chloride) systems which consisted of just poly(vinyl chloride) resin, PVC, and plasticizer are shown to obey a simple two-parameter equation for plasticizer loadings above 15 weight percent. The empirical equation is further tested...
Low molecular weight flammable liquid materials and sucrose, in place of polymeric materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, cellulose, etc., were combusted in a tube furnace under different burning conditions. Evolution of acrolein and carbon monoxide were determined using gas...
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The development of a novel Micro/TG method for measuring HCl emission from PVC compounds and optimization of operation conditions are described. The main problem with conventional large scale methods is the loss of HCl due to leaks and condensation in the system leading to erroneous results. The...
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