© 1981

Developments in Rubber Technology—2

Synthetic Rubbers

  • A. Whelan
  • K. S. Lee

Part of the The Developments Series book series (POLS, volume 37)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. J. A. Brydson
    Pages 1-19
  3. J. A. Brydson
    Pages 21-49
  4. L. Corbelli
    Pages 87-129
  5. J. C. Bament, J. G. Pillow
    Pages 131-154
  6. W. D. Gunter
    Pages 155-202
  7. R. J. Cush, H. W. Winnan
    Pages 203-231
  8. M. J. Shuttleworth, A. A. Watson
    Pages 233-267
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 269-275

About this book


This book is intended for those people who have a knowledge or understanding of rubber materials and processes but who wish to update their knowledge. It should be read in conjunction with Developments in Rubber Technology-l as that volume discussed developments in natural rubber and selected special purpose synthetic rubbers as well as additives. The authors have been selected for their expertise in each particular field and we, as editors, would like to express our appreciation to the individual authors and also to their companies. Such a book would be impossible to produce without such active cooperation as we have received. Volumes 1 and 2 of Developments in Rubber Technology cover rubbers which are processed and vulcanised in the traditional manner. It is appreciated that the omission of non-vulcanised rubber materials (the so­ called thermoplastic elastomers) will be unwelcome to many readers but it is intended, because of the size of the subject, to cover these materials in a subsequent volume. A.W. K.S.L.


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Editors and affiliations

  • A. Whelan
    • 1
  • K. S. Lee
    • 1
  1. 1.National College of Rubber TechnologyHolloway, LondonUK

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