Chemistry, Manufacture and Applications of Natural Rubber

Shinzo Kohjiya (Redaktør) ; Yuko Ikeda (Redaktør)

Chemistry, Manufacture and Applications of Natural Rubber, Second Edition presents the latest advances in the processing, properties and advanced applications of natural rubber (NR), drawing on state-of-the-art research in the field. Les mer
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Chemistry, Manufacture and Applications of Natural Rubber, Second Edition presents the latest advances in the processing, properties and advanced applications of natural rubber (NR), drawing on state-of-the-art research in the field. Chapters cover manufacturing, processing and properties of natural rubber, describing biosynthesis, vulcanization for improved performance, strain-induced crystallization, self-reinforcement, rheology and mechanochemistry for processing, computer simulation of properties, scattering techniques and stabilizing agents. Applications covered include natural rubber, carbon allotropes, eco-friendly soft bio-composites using NR matrices and marine products, the use of NR for high functionality such as shape memory, NR for the tire industry, and natural rubber latex with advanced applications.

This is an essential resource for academic researchers, scientists and (post)graduate students in rubber science, polymer science, materials science and engineering, and chemistry. In industry, this book enables professionals, R&D, and producers across the natural rubber, tire, rubber and elastomer industries, as well as across industries looking to use natural rubber products, to understand and utilize natural rubber for cutting-edge applications.

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Part I: Manufacturing, Processing and Properties of Natural Rubber 1. Chemical fundamentals relevant to natural rubber 2. Commonalities and complexities in rubber biosynthesis 3. New Insight into the vulcanization mechanism of natural rubber 4. Role of theoretical chemistry in elucidating rubber vulcanization mechanism 5. Structure of natural rubber as revealed by X-ray and neutron scattering 6. Mechano-chemistry of natural rubber during processing

Part II: Applications of Natural Rubber 7. Properties of Natural Rubbers from Guayule and Rubber Dandelion 8. Utilization of carbon allotropes with special reference to carbon nanotubes and graphene for the high performance of natural rubber 9. Natural Rubber and Epoxidized Natural Rubber in Combination with Silica Fillers for Low Rolling Resistance Tires 10. Fundamentals and recent applications of natural rubber latex in dipping technology 11. Potential application of natural rubber latex nanoparticles to tissue engineering

Part III: Research Retrospectives and Future Developments 12. A short history of Natural Rubber research 13. Establishing of Rubber Research Institute and a Century of Natural Rubber Research Activity in Sri Lanka 14. Sustainable development of natural rubber in the twenty first century

Om forfatteren

Shinzo Kohjiya is a Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University, Japan. Yuko Ikeda is an Associate Professor at the Department of Chemistry and Materials Technology, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan.