Additive Mixtures

  • T. R. Crompton

Abstract

Generally speaking, the methods described in Chapters 1 and 2 for the determination of additives in polymers refer to particular known additives or, at least, to a particular class of additives such as phenolic antioxidants. Frequently, however, the analyst is faced with the problem of dealing with unknown additives in polymers, either single additives or, more commonly, mixtures of additives. He has first to identify the additive then determine it, usually in a mixture with other additives, which may interfere in the determination of the additive in which he is interested.

Keywords

Toluene Styrene Antimony Propyl Tetrachloride 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. R. Crompton
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  1. 1.Formerly of Shell Research Co.CheshireUK

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