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remedy kinetics and mechanical homes of a resin matrix : results of impurities and stoichiometry / Gary L. Hagnauer, Peter J. Pearce, Bernard R. Laliberte, and Margaret E. Roylance --
Kinetics of acetylene-terminated resin remedy and its results on dynamic mechanical homes / I.J. Goldfarb, C.Y-C. Lee, and C.C. Kuo --
Acetylene-terminated resin treatments : air and nitrogen results / C.Y-C. Lee, C.C. Kuo, and I.J. Goldfarb --
Mechanism and kinetics of the curing technique in a resin approach / J. Moacanin, M. Cizmecioglu, S.D. Hong, and A. Gupta --
Moisture-temperature results at the dynamic mechanical houses of epoxy polymers / Wayne J. Mikols and James C. Seferis --
Cross-linking response of an epoxy resin with phthalic anhydride / Elbert W. Crandall and Winston Mih --
Chemiluminescence of thermosetting resins / Clarence J. Wolf, Dale L. Fanter, and Michael A. Grayson --
Poly(n-butyl methacrylate) and poly(butyl methacrylate-co-acrylic acid) motion pictures : dried from recommendations of hydrogen bonding power / Michael S. Chuu, Carl J. Knauss, Richard J. Ruch, and Raymond R. Myers --
medication of intaglio printing inks / D.L. Hunston, J.L. Rushford, W.R. Newitt, and B.A. Vandreuil --
Curing habit of segmented polyurethane adhesives / D. Mark Hoffman --
Rheological treatment transformation diagrams for comparing polymer healing dynamics / Richard J. Hinrichs --
Curing kinetics of unsaturated polyester and vinyl ester resins / Chang Dae Han and Kwok-Wai Lem --
Dynamic mechanical and dielectric homes of an epoxy resin in the course of therapy / W.X. Zukas, W.J. Macknight, and N.S. Schneider --
Reactive structures : finite point research / Craig Douglas and David Roylance --
Kinetic version of remedy reactions : aids to estate and processing predictions / H.S.-Y. Hsich, R.M. Zurn, and R.J. Ambrose --
Thermosetting coatings : analytical and predictive strength by way of chemorheology / Richard R. Eley --
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