By Jan C. J. Bart
This industrially correct source covers all verified and rising analytical equipment for the deformulation of polymeric fabrics, with emphasis at the non-polymeric parts.
- Each method is evaluated on its technical and commercial merits.
- Emphasis is on knowing (principles and features) and commercial applicability.
- Extensively illustrated all through with over 2 hundred figures, four hundred tables, and 3,000 references.
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For the selection of the many citations in this monograph, next to their information content, their topicality and availability also played a role. No claim is made to comprehensive coverage. This highly specific book is not a collection of independent reviews, but promotes understanding and emphasises development of problem-solving ability. It is just the tip of the iceberg of the field. Expecting to use cookbook methods does not necessarily work. In fact, such methods are unavailable for most analyte–matrix pairs anyway, and actually are pretty dangerous for the unaware.
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Additives in Polymers.. Industrial Analysis and Applications by Jan C. J. Bart