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By D. C. Blackley B.Sc., Ph.D., F.P.R.I. (auth.)

This booklet has its beginning in an offer made many years in the past that I should still collaborate with Dr H. J. Stern within the construction of a 3rd version of his recognized text-book entitled Rubber: traditional and artificial. The sugges­ tion used to be that I may still give a contribution a chain of chapters on man made rubbers. even supposing, within the occasion, it has no longer proved attainable to post the whole ebook within the shape initially deliberate, it was once obvious that, with a few restructuring, the fabric which I had amassed will be important as an self sufficient precis of the chemistry and know-how of artificial rubbers. it's during this shape that the fabric is now provided. the first goal of this booklet is to supply a short up to date survey of the critical different types of artificial rubber that have been and are presently to be had. periods of fabric are incorporated that are looked by means of a few as being thermoplastics instead of rubbers, particularly, plasticised polyvinyl chloride and the thermoplastic artificial rubbers. the subjects that are coated for every major kin of artificial rubbers are (i) the resources of the monomers, (ii) polymerisation approaches and the consequences of vital polymerisation variables upon the rubber produced, (iii) the kinds of rubber at present to be had commercially, (iv) attention-grabbing elements of the compounding of the rubbers, with distinctive connection with such issues as vulcanisation, reinforcement, safeguard opposed to degradation, and (where acceptable) plasticisation, and (v) a sign of applications.

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