By Jan C. J. Bart
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14). Several papers are worth mentioning. Squirrell  has reviewed ICI’s approach towards the analysis of additives and process residues in plastics materials (state-of-the-art 1981); Scrivens and Jackson  have described current MS practice. Lattimer and Harris  have put emphasis on the extraction of additives from polymers, MS analysis of the extracts, GC-MS and LC-MS as well as on direct mass spectral analysis of polymer additives, including thermal desorption and pyrolysis. Developments in techniques, instrumentation and problem solving in applied polymer analysis and characterisation up to 1987 have been described by Mitchell .
1 s), also suitable for darkly pigmented, textured and reinforced polymer grades [27,28]; the system is sensitive to the presence of CB. 6, HDPE, LDPE and ABS . Automatic identification and sorting of waste plastics may also rely on the incorporation of fluorescent tracers into the materials, giving each a unique fingerprint . g. by flame or spectral analysis) during recycling. For engineering plastics, various methods have to be combined because of the wide variety of materials and additives to be identified.
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Additives in polymers: industrial analysis and applications by Jan C. J. Bart