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Publications 24 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY July 1991 Innovative book and software aid panies the software and contains the new Catalogue also features the analysis, prediction and creation of information on getting started, range of Brookfield accessories. new polymer blends miscibility guide concepts; phase These include: calculator concepts, and group editor Two powerful new tools are now * Thermosel System — for mea­ concepts. available for the analysis, prediction surement of hot liquids and creation of new polymer blends, Details: Available from Technomic * UL Adapter — for measurement an area of significant commercial Publishing AG , Missionsstrasse 44, of low viscosity materials potential. CH-4055 BASEL, Switzerland. Tele­ * Small Sample Adapter A new book, Specific Interactions phone: 061/4 3 52 26. Fax: 061/4 3 * Helipath Stand — for measure­ and the Miscibility of Polymer Blends, 52 59. ment of non-flowing substances and its companion software, The * Constant Temperature Baths Miscibility Guide and Phase Calcula­ * Flow-through Refrigerated Bath Catalogue available from tor (MG & PC) Software, form a Coolers Brookfield Viscometers package that predicts polymer blend * Viscosity Standards — for in- Brookfield Viscometers Ltd has re­ miscibility and generates phase house calibration checking cently launched a new product diagrams and other polymer compa­ Details: Brookfield Viscometers catalogue which features the com­ tibility plots. Ltd., The Seedbed Centre, Langston plete Brookfield range. Althoug h miscible blends of Road, Loughton, Essex. IG10 3TQ. According to a uses specific re­ chemically dissimilar polymers are Tel: 081-502 4220. quirements and application, there is now considered rare, the number of a wide choice of instruments and such blends has increased during General catalogue accessories to choose from: the past decade. The authors believe Malvern Instruments have produced The standard dial viscometer — A such blends will prove one day to be a new, 1991 general catalogue proven, simple yet effective instru­ relatively common and have devel­ covering their complete range of ment providing accurate reproducible oped an innovative system to predict Particle Technology instrumentation. viscosity measurements without polymer miscibility based on a close With applications in the chemical timing or involved calculations. study of hydrogen bonding and industry Malvern's products offer Rugged, with a spring unaffecte molecular association models. the broadest range of scientific by use or environmental extremes, instruments of any Particle Tech­ this instrument will retain its cali­ The authors, Michael M. Coleman, nology company world-wide. Ph.D., and Paul C. Painter, Ph.D., bration indefinitely. A n explosion- proof model is also available. Details: Malvern Instruments Ltd, Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A., Spring Lane South, Malvern, Wor­ and John F. Graf, Ph.D., Advanced The cone/plate viscometer — cestershire WR14 1AQ, UK. Tel: Chemist, GE Plastics, U.S.A., have Designed to determine absolute vis­ cosity in small sample volumes. 0684 892456. sought to, first, adapt this approach to a description of the phase be­ The DVI digital viscometer — haviour of polymer mixtures; second, Combining sophisticated perfor­ CMRA's Review & Forecast is develop spectroscopic methods that mance with an economical price. now available provide an independent measure­ With a large, easy to read display, The CMRA (Chemical Management ment of the equilibrium constants. the DVI provides an output signal for & Resources Association) has pub­ connection to a strip chart recorder lished its premier edition of Review The book in this package explores allowing a permanent record to be & Forecast, A Business Research and describes this approach and made. View of the Chemical Industry. illustrates its broad utility. Contents of the book include: an introduction The DVII digital viscometer — The eight-page brochure, authored to theories of mixing and the phase Largest selling model, the DVII auto­ by chemical industry management, behaviour of polymeric mixtures; a matically calculates and displays includes a General Economic Outlook guide to polymer miscibility; and the viscosity, shear stress and % scale. and Chemical Industry Outlook, as fundamental aspects of hydrogen When used with its own DV Gather welI forecasts for ten selected product software, the instrument can carry bonds, spectroscopy, and application areas within the chemical and allied out sophisticated rhelogoical analysis of association models. product industries. quickly and simply. The MG & PC Software, an Areas covered include ethylene, advanced scientific tool, calculates Latest in the Brookfield range -the propylene, benzene, toluene, chlor- and displays many of the important DVIII programmable rheometer — alkali, phosphates, thermoplastics, quantities described in the book. Ideal for R&D and quality control epoxy resins, oleochemicals and This software speeds and facilitates applications this instrument offers surfactants. prediction of polymer blend miscibility true stand-alone programmability. A Copies of the publication are wide variety of viscosity data can be and generation of phase diagrams available on request — please con­ and other related polymer compati­ input, stored and recalled from the tact: Mrs. Mary J . Carrick, Executive bility plots from molecular input memory, allowing complicated test­ Director, CMRA, 60 Bay Street, parameters. It features a graphing ing to be performed with certainty Suite 702, Staten Island, NY. 10301. system with format control. and repeatablity. Tel: (718) 876 8800. Fax: (718) 720 A handy user's manual accom­ In addition to the main instruments, 4666. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pigment & Resin Technology Emerald Publishing

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Pigment & Resin Technology , Volume 20 (7): 1 – Jul 1, 1991

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Emerald Publishing
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0369-9420
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24 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY July 1991 Innovative book and software aid panies the software and contains the new Catalogue also features the analysis, prediction and creation of information on getting started, range of Brookfield accessories. new polymer blends miscibility guide concepts; phase These include: calculator concepts, and group editor Two powerful new tools are now * Thermosel System — for mea­ concepts. available for the analysis, prediction surement of hot liquids and creation of new polymer blends, Details: Available from Technomic * UL Adapter — for measurement an area of significant commercial Publishing AG , Missionsstrasse 44, of low viscosity materials potential. CH-4055 BASEL, Switzerland. Tele­ * Small Sample Adapter A new book, Specific Interactions phone: 061/4 3 52 26. Fax: 061/4 3 * Helipath Stand — for measure­ and the Miscibility of Polymer Blends, 52 59. ment of non-flowing substances and its companion software, The * Constant Temperature Baths Miscibility Guide and Phase Calcula­ * Flow-through Refrigerated Bath Catalogue available from tor (MG & PC) Software, form a Coolers Brookfield Viscometers package that predicts polymer blend * Viscosity Standards — for in- Brookfield Viscometers Ltd has re­ miscibility and generates phase house calibration checking cently launched a new product diagrams and other polymer compa­ Details: Brookfield Viscometers catalogue which features the com­ tibility plots. Ltd., The Seedbed Centre, Langston plete Brookfield range. Althoug h miscible blends of Road, Loughton, Essex. IG10 3TQ. According to a uses specific re­ chemically dissimilar polymers are Tel: 081-502 4220. quirements and application, there is now considered rare, the number of a wide choice of instruments and such blends has increased during General catalogue accessories to choose from: the past decade. The authors believe Malvern Instruments have produced The standard dial viscometer — A such blends will prove one day to be a new, 1991 general catalogue proven, simple yet effective instru­ relatively common and have devel­ covering their complete range of ment providing accurate reproducible oped an innovative system to predict Particle Technology instrumentation. viscosity measurements without polymer miscibility based on a close With applications in the chemical timing or involved calculations. study of hydrogen bonding and industry Malvern's products offer Rugged, with a spring unaffecte molecular association models. the broadest range of scientific by use or environmental extremes, instruments of any Particle Tech­ this instrument will retain its cali­ The authors, Michael M. Coleman, nology company world-wide. Ph.D., and Paul C. Painter, Ph.D., bration indefinitely. A n explosion- proof model is also available. Details: Malvern Instruments Ltd, Pennsylvania State University, U.S.A., Spring Lane South, Malvern, Wor­ and John F. Graf, Ph.D., Advanced The cone/plate viscometer — cestershire WR14 1AQ, UK. Tel: Chemist, GE Plastics, U.S.A., have Designed to determine absolute vis­ cosity in small sample volumes. 0684 892456. sought to, first, adapt this approach to a description of the phase be­ The DVI digital viscometer — haviour of polymer mixtures; second, Combining sophisticated perfor­ CMRA's Review & Forecast is develop spectroscopic methods that mance with an economical price. now available provide an independent measure­ With a large, easy to read display, The CMRA (Chemical Management ment of the equilibrium constants. the DVI provides an output signal for & Resources Association) has pub­ connection to a strip chart recorder lished its premier edition of Review The book in this package explores allowing a permanent record to be & Forecast, A Business Research and describes this approach and made. View of the Chemical Industry. illustrates its broad utility. Contents of the book include: an introduction The DVII digital viscometer — The eight-page brochure, authored to theories of mixing and the phase Largest selling model, the DVII auto­ by chemical industry management, behaviour of polymeric mixtures; a matically calculates and displays includes a General Economic Outlook guide to polymer miscibility; and the viscosity, shear stress and % scale. and Chemical Industry Outlook, as fundamental aspects of hydrogen When used with its own DV Gather welI forecasts for ten selected product software, the instrument can carry bonds, spectroscopy, and application areas within the chemical and allied out sophisticated rhelogoical analysis of association models. product industries. quickly and simply. The MG & PC Software, an Areas covered include ethylene, advanced scientific tool, calculates Latest in the Brookfield range -the propylene, benzene, toluene, chlor- and displays many of the important DVIII programmable rheometer — alkali, phosphates, thermoplastics, quantities described in the book. Ideal for R&D and quality control epoxy resins, oleochemicals and This software speeds and facilitates applications this instrument offers surfactants. prediction of polymer blend miscibility true stand-alone programmability. A Copies of the publication are wide variety of viscosity data can be and generation of phase diagrams available on request — please con­ and other related polymer compati­ input, stored and recalled from the tact: Mrs. Mary J . Carrick, Executive bility plots from molecular input memory, allowing complicated test­ Director, CMRA, 60 Bay Street, parameters. It features a graphing ing to be performed with certainty Suite 702, Staten Island, NY. 10301. system with format control. and repeatablity. Tel: (718) 876 8800. Fax: (718) 720 A handy user's manual accom­ In addition to the main instruments, 4666.

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Published: Jul 1, 1991

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