Analyse von organischen Bestandteilen

  • Horst E. Frey

Zusammenfassung

Die Bestimmung des polymeren Anteils einer Gummimischung gestaltet sich manchmal kompliziert, denn die Möglichkeiten der Anwendung von vielen neuartigen Polymeren, Mischpolymerisaten und Kautschuk-Kunstharz-Gemischen kann den Analytiker vor ganz neue Aufgaben stellen.

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