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Polymer blends obtained by melt mixing are more or less homogeneous mixtures. In the English technical literature polymer-polymer blends are classified according to the following scale : Compatible > almost compatible > ambiguous > incompatible This classification is based on many experimental works. The terms compatible and incompatible are easily understood, but the other two need to be clarified by experimental results. Variations in the meaning given to the words compatibility and miscibility when speaking about polymer-polymer blends are based on experimental works using different criteria that are very subjective and not always exact.
70. 8 32 1: Plasticizers 3. Contact with other materials in which the plasticizer is soluble and can easily penetrate. 4. Reaction of plasticizer with another substance. This depreciation of plastics materials is difficult to avoid. When necessary , it is possible in some cases to replace volatile plasticizers by macromolecular compounds, such as polyesters, poly(ethylene glycol) derivatives , epoxides, BAN rubbers, and so on. References 1. Anon. : Kunststoff-Berater 18 (10), 741 (1973) 2. : Phyz.
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