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Modern Superabsorbent Polymer Technology

Modern Superabsorbent Polymer Technology

A thorough, up-to-date examination of the science and practical application of superabsorbent polymers.

Modern Superabsorbent Polymer Technology takes a comprehensive look at the structure, properties, and uses of superabsorbent polymers. Prepared by editors with over 20 years of experience in the field, it offers a unified approach to polymer science technologies and examines the key interrelationships between structure, properties, behavior, and applications.

This book draws on the best and most relevant scientific papers from academia and industry, as well as numerous patents and patent applications. The result is a compact, centralized source of information on superabsorbent polymers that no polymer or chemical engineer will want to be without.

Discusses synthetic chemistry and the effects of synthesis on the structure of superabsorbent polymers
* Describes and compares industrial practices of the major manufacturers of superabsorbent polymers
* Features analytical methods for evaluation of the properties and behavior of superabsorbent polymers
* Explores structural and property relationships of crosslinked super-absorbent polymers
* Surveys new superabsorbent polymer forms and types-including fibers, foams, and biodegradable superabsorbents
* Covers current and emerging applications in personal care products, horticulture, construction, and other areas.

This volume attempts to combine a clearer understanding of superabsorbent polymers, how they are made, and to what purpose they are used with the technical developments and techniques needed to produce them. With over 20 years of experience in the field, the editors provide much needed information on the technical aspects and industrial practices for superabsorbent polymer manufacture. There is a special emphasis on the applications of superabsorbent polymers specifically within personal care items.

0471194115  978-0471194118  Hardcover  278 pages    Fredric L. Buchholz (Editor), Andrew T. Graham (Editor)  Wiley-VCH  November 1997  English  9.5 x 6.4 x 0.9 inches
page 4 … permeability KD of the sample, and the pressure difference…
page 15 ... 26',2' The permeability of real, fibrous systems has b…
page 16 …to decrease the permeability of the compos…
page 90 …the depth of the product on the belt. If the permeability char…
page 120 …absorption under an applied load (AUL) and permeability…
page 155 …modified for a variety of methods, including permeability.
page 159 …the rate at which the bed porosity and permeability ch…
page 160 Permeability of Masses of Swollen Gels. Gel permeability …
page 161 …is discussed in Chapter 5, section 5.3.4. The permeability…
page 201 …of the mass of gels, as well as the hydraulic permeability …
page 207 ... Gel Porosity and Permeability Gel Porosity. In the …
page 209 … Permeability. The swelling rate under load then depends on t…
page 210 … Permeability of the gel mass versus the applied pressure.
page 211 …sort of gel-blocking than the loss of permeability discusse…
page 212 …porosity. Permeability. The permeability ma…
page 214 … permeabilities of various polymer samples and …
page 218 ... and its effect on the porosity and permeability of the gel …
page 256 …thereby maintaining the porosity and permeability duri…
Index …rheometry for gel modulus, 158 permeability of gel, ..
Index …structure, 14 permeability, 161 permeability of gel …
acrylic acid dimer, equilibrium swelling capacity, superabsorbent polymer technology, superabsorbent polymers, superabsorbent fibers, free swell capacity, commercial superabsorbents, primary chain molecular weight, superabsorbent particles, residual acrylic acid, unreacted acrylic acid, neutralized acrylic acid, superabsorbent polyacrylates, superabsorbent products, swollen modulus, extractable polymer, cellulose fluff, neutralized poly, incorporated dimer, absorbent core, pulp fluff, superabsorbent powder, wet hydrogel, external liquid phase, swelling extent

New York, Kokai Tokkyo Koho, Patent Appl, John Wiley, American Chemical Society, Elsevier Science Publishers, Nippon Shokubai, Modern Superabsorbent Polymer Technology, Kokai Tokkvo Koho, United States, Academic Press, Princeton University, Sumitomo Seika, Boca Raton, Cornell University Press, Faraday Soc, Kao Soap, Nonwovens World, Wiley Interscience, Molecular Primer, Operations Prog, Plenum Press, Rubberlike Elasticity, Swelling Behavior of Polyelectrolyte Gels, The Mathematics of Diffusion
Absorbent Polymer Technology by L. Brannon-Peppas
page 114, page 164, page 220, and page 270
Superabsorbent Polymers: Science and Technology (Acs Symposium Series) by Fredric L. Buchholz
page 114, page 164, page 220, and page 271
The Mathematics of Diffusion by John Crank
page 116, page 164, and page 220
Principles of Polymerization by George Odian
page 64, and page 66
Porous Media by F. A.L. Dullien
page 16, and page 221
Hydrogels in Medicine by Peppas
page 64, and page 270
Transport Phenomena, 2nd Edition by R. Byron Bird
page 115
Reagent Chemicals (American Chemical Society Publication) by American Chemical Society
page 163
Thermal Hazards of Chemical Reactions (Industrial Safety Series) by T. Grewer
page 163
Thermal Characterization of Polymeric Materials by Edith A. Turi
page 163
Science and Technology (Aspects of Britain) by HMSO Books
page 164
Physical and Geotechnical Properties of Soils by Joseph E. Bowles
page 221
Managing Incontinence by Cheryle B. Gartley
page 270
Polyelectrolyte Gels: Properties, Preparation, and Applications (Acs Symposium Series) by Ronald S. Harland
page 219
Agricultural and Synthetic Polymers: Biodegradability and Utilization (Acs Symposium Series) by J. Edward Glass
page 248
Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology (Kirk 5e Print Continuation Series) (Volume 4) by Kirk-Othmer
page 64
Principles of Polymer Chemistry (George Fisher Baker Non-Resident Lec) by Paul J. Flory
page 114
Organic Chemistry by Wiley
page 67
Crushing and Grinding Process Handbook by C. L. Prasher
page 116
Mechanical Conveyors for Bulk Solids (Studies in Mechanical Engineering, Vol 4) by Hendrik Colijn
page 116
Polymeric Drugs and Drug Delivery Systems (Acs Symposium Series) by Richard L. Dunn
page 271
Hydrogels and Biodegradable Polymers for Bioapplications (Acs Symposium Series, 627) by Raphael M. Ottenbrite
page 249
Polymer Gels by D. DeRossi
page 220
Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering (7th edition)(McGraw Hill Chemical Engineering Series) by Warren McCabe
page 116
Industrial Water Soluble Polymers (Special Publication) by Royal Society
page 64
Science and Technology (Oxford First Encyclopaedia) by Andrew Langley
page 64
Polymer Handbook, 2 Volumes Set by J. Brandrup
page 66
Polymer Toughening (Plastics Engineering, 30) by Charles Arends
page 67
Particle Size Measurement Volume 1 by Terence Allen
page 163
Macromolecules in Solution by Herbert Morawetz
page 220

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