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Analyse von mineralischen Bestandteilen, Ruß und Schwefel

  • Horst E. Frey
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Zusammenfassung

Die mineralischen Füllstoffe können durch Lösungsmethoden von der polymeren Substanz getrennt werden. Das bekannteste Verfahren ist der sog. Paraffinölaufschluß, den auch die Standardverfahren zur Bestimmung der Gesamtfüllstoffe führen. Bevor Verfahren zur direkten Bestimmung des polymeren Anteils bekannt waren, dienten die Lösungsverfahren zur Ermittlung des Kautschukanteils der Probe durch Differenz (s. S. 71).

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