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Irradiation of polymeric materials

processes, mechanisms, and applications

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Published by American Chemical Society in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymers -- Effect of radiation on -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementElsa Reichmanis, Curtis W. Frank, James H. O"Donnell, [editors].
    SeriesACS symposium series,, 527
    ContributionsReichmanis, Elsa, 1953-, Frank, C. W., O"Donnell, James H., Royal Australian Chemical Institute. Polymer Division., National Science Foundation (U.S.), Australia. Dept. of Industry, Technology, and Commerce.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD381.9.R3 I78 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 338 p. :
    Number of Pages338
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1413244M
    ISBN 100841226628
    LC Control Number93022431

    Tranoudis and N. Food Prot. Further, the that materials of varying optical properties like refractive use of irradiation using gamma rays for polymerization is index with different capacities of water absorption can be established with this research work. For living things, these chemical changes can ultimately have biological consequences in the case where the target materials include living organisms. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. L; Chen, G.

    The results or monomer mixture in water, ii hydrated polymer without of the studies involving the polymerization of HEMA as such entrapped water remains transparent, iii hydrated polymer with Figure 1 show the following properties: entrapped water appears opaque, and iv dehydrated polymer from both the hydrated, transparent and opaque polymers. Tabulated data and chemical equations are given. Coating the wire tirecord and the bead wire with a thin layer of partially cured silicone rubber facilitated fabrication of the beads and plies. Irradiation of Food and PackagingChapter 1, Pages InCongress attempted to resolve this issues in two ways.

    For polymerization, gamma irradiation Co as a source was used. Adjuvants are especially prone to degradation upon irradiation because they degrade preferentially over the polymer. Beyond 50 wt. Basfar, W. Therefore, when selecting a polymer for a particular application, the effect of radiation on the overall stability of the material must be considered. Tabulated data and chemical equations are given.


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Irradiation of polymeric materials Download PDF Ebook

Regardless of the review channel, chemistry data supporting the identity of and human dietary exposure to a new food-contact substance intended to be used during the irradiation of prepackaged food, as well as its radiolysis products, must be submitted to the FDA.

The different monomers have been polymerized using gamma radiation and studied for their capacity to absorb and retain water.

METHOD OF STERILIZATION BY IRRADIATION OF POLYMERIC MATERIALS SUITABLE FOR THERAPEUTICAL PURPOSES

Effron, Contact Lens Forum, vol. The record must contain adequate information to demonstrate that the additive is safe under all conditions of use that would be permitted.

MAA Expected value [3] P. Schueneman, and E. Various monomers are being studied to develop suitable materials for such applications. Babulal Chaudhary Dr.

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Jhon and J. For further Weiss, H. Crosslinking is the joining of two polymer chains via a bridge-type chemical bond, leading to an increase in molecular weight. The samples were subsequently characterized after various total doses.

Hutton, S. Vishal Sharma is the author of over 50 scientific papers and four book chapters with maximum impact factor up to 8. Each of these approaches has resulted in unexpected comonomers as listed in Table 1. Furthermore, the knowledge Irradiation of polymeric materials book radiation-induced chemical changes in food provides the scientific basis for the safety evaluation of the consumption of irradiated food 3.

Such behavior is not seen with NVP and of comonomer. Polymerization of HEMA. Further, the that materials of varying optical properties like refractive use of irradiation using gamma rays for polymerization is index with different capacities of water absorption can be established with Irradiation of polymeric materials book research work.

Ionizing radiation for sterilization of medical devices and Irradiation of polymeric materials book provides advantages over traditional heat and chemical sterilization methods. Cheng, C. These experiments prompted similar studies in other countries, and the interest in food irradiation has grown ever since.

During the last eight years of his research career, he has published more than 75 research papers in many of the reputed international journals, which attracted more than citations.

Irradiation can be a useful control measure in the production of several types of raw or minimally processed foods such as poultry, meat and meat products, fish, seafood, and fruits and vegetables Introduction Optical plastics have already become popular and the most preferred materials replacing conventional inorganic materials mostly glass for different applications.

Irradiation is one quarantine treatment method that can be used with some foods to protect US agriculture from the import of exotic pests; therefore, such a use must also meet the requirements of APHIS.

Gamma irradiation has been frequently used for sterilization of biomedical materials [ 4 ]. Adjuvants are especially prone to degradation upon irradiation because they degrade preferentially over the polymer.

Chhabra, et al. Fornasiero, F. Several detection methods have been subjected to interlaboratory collaborative studies including electron spin resonance ESRluminescence methods, physical methods, chemical methods, and biological methods 45.

Strategies for food irradiation continue to evolve and are updated periodically 3435363738394041 Hill, K.Here, for the first time, we report the 3D printing of polymeric materials via a photo-controlled reversible addition fragmentation chain transfer (photo-RAFT) polymerization process.

Our 3D printing resin formulation is based on the use of trithiocarbonate (TTC) RAFT agent, which can mediate radical polymerization via direct photolysis under visible light irradiation (λ = nm).Author: Ali Bagheri, Kyle Edward Engel, Chris William Anderson Bainbridge, Jiangtao Xu, Cyrille Boyer, Jiany.

1 INTRODUCTION Investigations into the degradation of materials and components which are exposed to ionizing radiation have been carried out in many applications, such as nuclear reactors, fusion reactors, high-energy accelerators, medical and industrial irradiation facilities, space projects, etc.

At the European Organization forFile Size: 1MB. Discusses structural and physiochemical effects of irradiation and presents techniques to model and monitor radiation events. Describes the use of radiation as a sterilization method in the biomedical, pharmaceutical, and food industries.

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Examines current topics in the stability and stabilization of polymers exposed to ionizing radiation. Reviews advances in the use of radiation with.The effect of irradiation on materials is fixed in pdf initial event in which an energetic projectile strikes a target.

The book is distributed in four sections: Ionic Materials; Biomaterials; Polymeric Materials and Metallic Materials. Read more > Order hardcopyCited by: 1.The following polymeric materials were welded: teflonpolystyrene, teflon - polymethyl methacrylate, polystyrenepolymethyl methacrylate, polyethylene - polystyrene, polyethylene-polymethacrylate.

Prior to irradiation, the surfaces to be welded were treated with solutions of boron and lithium compounds and subsequently exposed to a thermal neutron flux.Studies on Development of Polymeric Materials Using Gamma Irradiation for Contact and Intraocular Lenses.