By Thomas E. Munns, James C. Seferis (auth.), Julian F. Johnson, Philip S. Gill (eds.)
This quantity five in a continual sequence represents the compilation of papers awarded on the overseas Symposium on Analytical Calorimetry as a part of the 185th nationwide assembly of the yankee Chemical Society, Seattle, Washington, March 20-25th. 1983. a wider number of issues are coated than in pre vious volumes, end result of the development within the box of Thermal research. particular subject matters overlaying such thoughts as differential scanning calorimetry, mixed thermogravimetric approaches, dynamic mechan ical research and a number of novel kinetic analyses are lined. a variety of fabric kinds are integrated during this quantity reminiscent of polymers (alloys, blends and composites), fossil fuels, organic items, liquid crystals and inorganic fabrics. The co-editors of this quantity wish to thank all of the participants for his or her efforts in conforming to the manuscript specifications, and for being suggested within the guidance. we'd additionally wish to thank those that presided over classes throughout the process the symposium; Professor Anselm C. Griffin, Professor Roger S. Porter and Dr. Edith A. Turi.
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Appl. Chern, 2 :493 (1952). DEFINING B-STAGE AND TOTAL CURE FOR A DICY BASED EPOXY RESIN BY DSC Bernd K. Appelt and Pamela J. Cook* General Technology Division IBM Corporation Endicott, NY 13760 *Present address: Baker Laboratory Department of Chemical Engineering Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14850 ABSTRACT The curing reaction of a DICY-based epoxy resin was characterized by DSC. The epoxy resin was composed of a mixture of brominated bisphenol-A diglycidyl ether and of epoxidized cresol novolak with dicyandiamide (DICY) as hardener and tetramethyl butane diamine (TMBDA) as catalyst.
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