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Analysis of Polymeric Materials

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Abstract

Surface coatings are normally compounded mixtures of a variety of materials that are themselves not single compounds. The analysis of such products is complex, and the results are largely dependent on the skill and experience of the analyst. An outline of the procedures for analysis is presented, and reference is made to original works which detail the individual analyses of interest.

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