By Jan W. Gooch
This functional source presents chemists, formulators, forensic scientists, lecturers, and scholars with the newest details at the composition of polymeric fabrics. After a dialogue of ideas, chapters hide formulations, fabrics, and research of paint, plastic, and adhesives and describe reformulation easy methods to try out research effects. a close desk of contents and vast index with listings of proper fabrics permits readers quick access to subject matters. different beneficial properties comprise numerous fabrics indexed in response to their trivial, exchange, and clinical names cross-referenced for simple identity.
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Applications The electron probe is a valuable tool for obtaining quantitative elemental data from specimens. The technique requires more time than does EDXRA examination, and it is useful to first scan the specimen with EDXRA to determine the presence of the major elements. The detection limit is lower than for EDXRA, but must be determined for each instrument. An electron probe spectrogram of a paint specimen is shown in Fig. 8. 7. Photograph of Acton MS64EBP Electron Beam Microanalyzer. Reprinted with permission of Cameca, Inc.
Transmission scanning electron microscopy (TSEM). Although most commercial SEMs are used to study surface features, signals transmitted through thin samples can be collected by a suitable detector placed below the sample, and thus SEM can be used in the transmission mode (TSEM). Comparison of the TSEM with a conventional transmission electron microscope (TEM) shows that the two Surface Analysis 17 microscopes are equivalent, so that data obtained from the two microscopes are equivalent, and thus data obtained from a TEM theoretically can also be obtained from a TSEM (Jones and Boyde, 1970; Zeitler, 1971).
For qualitative analysis, one of the best features of an infrared spectrum is that the absorption or the lack of absorption in specific frequency regions can be correlated with specific stretching and bending motions and, in some cases, with the relationship of these groups to the remainder of the molecule. Thus, by interpretation of the spectrum, it is possible to state that certain functional groups are present in the material and that certain others are absent. With this datum, the possibilities for the unknown can sometimes be narrowed so sharply that comparison with a library of pure spectra permits identification.
Analysis and Deformulation of Polymeric Materials: Paints, Plastics, Adhesives, and Inks (Topics in Applied Chemistry) by Jan W. Gooch