polyblend

polyblend

[′päl·i‚blend]
(materials)
A mechanical mixture of two or more polymers, such as polystyrene and rubber.
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Made out of a special waterproof polyblend, the Rocketbook pages are a cellulose formulation.
Narasimha Rao, "Characterization of a solid state battery based on polyblend of (PVP+PVA+KBr[O.sub.3]) electrolyte," Ionics, vol.
Narasimha Rao, "Conductivity and discharge characteristics of polyblend (PVP + PVA + KIO3) electrolyte," Journal of Power Sources, vol.
Many experimental and theoretical studies have been performed on polyblend melting and morphology development in these machines [43-49].
Tenders are invited for Polyblend orthophosphate for the water treatment plant.
Based on the results obtained from torque rheometry (apparent viscosity values), mechanical property evaluation, infra red spectra, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and atomic force microscopy (AFM), it was concluded that the optimum level of compatibilizer required to effectively compatibilize a polyblend system of 80 : 20 TPU and PDMS was 2 wt% of EMA.
Lan, "A polyblend electrolyte (PVP/PEG+KI+[I.sub.2]) for dye-sensitized nanocrystalline Ti[O.sub.2] solar cells," Electrochimica Acta, vol.
Zhang, Polyblend nanofibers for biomedical applications: perspectives and challenges.
CHEMICALS manufacturer PolyBlend UK has bought its trading premises after securing funding from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
PolyBlend polymer feed system measures, blends, and feeds dry, liquid, or emulsion polymers.
It features an ultra-slim design, weighs 3/4-ounce and is made of a polyblend.
Goettler, "Fracture Resistance of Polyblends and Polyblend Matrix Composites: Part I Unreinforced and Fibre-Reinforced Nylon 6,6/ABS Polyblends," J.