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High-Temperature Properties of Thermally Stable Resins

  • G. J. Knight
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Part of the The Development Series book series (POLS, volume 30)

Summary

This chapter deals with the chemistry and the thermal and mechanical properties of a number of resin systems known to possess good high- temperature properties. The resins examined include the poly(aryl ether sulphones), poly(phenylene sulphide), phenol-formaldehyde and melamine- formaldehyde resins, silicones, and the polyimides. In the Introduction the term thermal stability is discussed, together with factors to be considered when looking for a heat resistant polymer.

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  • G. J. Knight
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  1. 1.Royal Aircraft EstablishmentFarnborough, HantsUK

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