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Permeability of rubber to gases

by Edwards, Junius David

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rubber -- Permeability

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Junius David Edwards, associate chemist, S. F. Pickering, associate chemist, Bureau of Standards. July 12, 1920 ...
    SeriesScientific papers of the Bureau of Standards,, no. 387
    ContributionsPickering, Samuel Fisher, 1892-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS1892 .E4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination327-362 incl. illus., tables, diagrs.
    Number of Pages362
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6630888M
    LC Control Number20026766
    OCLC/WorldCa25007265

    In electromagnetism, permeability is the measure of the resistance of a material against the formation of a magnetic field, otherwise known as distributed inductance in transmission line , it is the degree of magnetization that a material obtains in response to an applied magnetic field. Magnetic permeability is typically represented by the (italicized) Greek letter μ. Measuring Permeability of Rubber to Various Gases Article in Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Analytical Edition 12(2) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

    For example, Soney, Ninan, and Sabu () studied the variation of gas permeability of membrane made of SBR (styrene butadiene rubber and natural rubber-i.e. NR-) with different volume fractions. Description: Permeability Properties of Plastics and Elastomers, Fourth Edition provides a comprehensive collection of graphical multipoint and tabular data covering the permeation of liquids, vapors, and gases through plastic or polymeric materials, such as films, membranes, and containers. This updated edition includes an entirely new.

    Gas permeability testing is to carry out permeability testing of specific gases to materials with certain gas barrier property. Most of these materials are macromolecule polymer or multi-layer complex materials made of high polymer and are widely used in the field of product packaging such as food, pharmaceutical, chemical, electronics and. With soft rubber linings a large variety of natural and synthetic rubber formulations can be used. Soft natural rubber (NR) has excellent elasticity, abrasion resistance, but the chemical resistance for many chemicals and water permeability is not as good as for other synthetic elastomers.


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Permeability of rubber to gases by Edwards, Junius David Download PDF EPUB FB2

PERMEABILITYOFRUBBERTOGASES ing CONTENTS Page uction ofpermeabilityprocess III File Size: 3MB. pi^m^tl Permeability of Rubber to Gases A rough parallel, with notable exceptions, may be Arawn between the permeability of rubber to different gases and to the boiling points of the gases.

In general, the higher the boil- ing point of the gas the greater the rate at which it penetrates rubber. Describes an investigation of the permeability of rubber to a number of different gases.

It is found that the permeability of rubber compounds varies with the composition. Ageing, or over-vulcanisation is accompanied by a decrease in permeability. Rubber which shows a very low permeability for these reasons is, however, usually very much. Permeability to gases Sometimes permeability to gases can be somewhat different than those for liquids in the same media.

One difference is attributable to "slippage" of gas at the interface with the solid [5] when the gas mean free path is comparable to the pore size (about to μm at standard temperature and pressure).

Permeability Properties of Plastics and Elastomers Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene Rubber (CSPE) Book chapter Full text access.

Chapter 82 - Chlorosulfonated Polyethylene Rubber (CSPE) applications, and general permeability considerations for water vapor, oxygen, and other gases including aroma and flavor. The product data is presented in. Permeability of rubbers to gases is a function of solubility and diffusivity.

The relative permeability of rubbers to gases is shown in Table Permeabilty is a function of the internal structure of the rubber mixture, for instance butyl rubber has low permeability because of the presence of methyl groups, whereas nitrile rubber has low permeability to non-polar gases because of the polar.

O-Ring Permeation Coefficient Chart of Common Materials. Permeability or permeation of gases through an O-ring varies by material type; material hardness; degree of squeeze; presence or absence of lubrication; size of O-ring cross section; and the pressure, temperature and type of gas being sealed.

Title: Permeability Of Rubber To Gases Author: Edwards Junius David This is an exact replica of a book. The book reprint was manually improved by a. HAMMON, ERNST, AND NEWTON EXPERIMENTAL Selection and Preparation of Films and Coatings Commercial extruded- or cast-polymer films of known composition to mm ( to 5 mils) in thickness were selected for the permeability study.

Over this thickness range, there did not appear to be a thickness effect. As the permeability of rubber‐like substances to gases stands in relation to the solubility and rate of diffusion of the gases in those materials, these individual values should be known. The permeability of a membrane was measured manometrically and the diffusivity was derived from the time‐lag of the by: The permeability and solubility of gases and liquids in a polymer can be very different for different polymers and permeants.

In general, permeability and solubility at a given temperature depend on the degree of crystallinity (morphology), the molecular weight, the type of permeant and its concentration or pressure, and in the case of copolymers, also on the composition.

Consequently silicone rubber is most permeable elastomer, as shown in Table 1. Permeability of silicone rubber decreases significantly with an increase in the polarity of the pendent groups along the siloxane chains. Permeability of silicone rubber is controlled more.

Permeability of package material is one of the main factors in determining the application fields and content material quality. Since gases such as oxygen and carbon dioxide permeating through the package will exert obvious influences on product quality, material with proper permeability should be selected while taking the guarantee period of precuts into consideration in design of package.

PERMEABILITY OF NEOPRENE TO GASES By Theron P. Sager and Max Sucher ABSTRACT The specific permeability of Neoprene to hydrogen, helium, and carbon dioxide at 25° C is shown to be about one-fifth to one-sixth that of rubber.

Permeability is inversely proportional to the thickness of film. The increase in the rate of per­. ♦ IIR - Isobutylene Isoprene Rubber, Butyl, Bromobutyl, Chlorobutyl Rubber Hardness Range 40 to 90 Durometer Shore A Temperature Range - 70º F to + º FFile Size: KB.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Permeability Properties of Plastics and Elastomers by Laurence W. McKeen at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Permeability coefficients of gases and vapors in silicone rubber membranes have been reported by a number of investigators The results suggested that this material has very high permeability to gases and vapors.

Some important applicationsof this material are based on its high permeability. However, the ratio of the permeability coefficient of a gas to that of another gas in this material. Gas permeability (rubber and elastomers) according to DIN Description: Universal testing method applicable to nearly all gases for the determination of gas transmission rate through rubber and elastomer depending on temperature and testing gas.

As the permeability of rubber‐like substances to gases stands in relation to the solubility and rate of diffusion of the gases in those materials, these individual values should be known. The permeability of a membrane was measured manometrically and the diffusivity was derived from the time‐lag of the permeation.

Describes two procedures for measuring the permeability of rubber to gases under steady-state conditions.

One uses a horizontal measuring device for measurements at constant pressure and the other uses a vertical measuring device for measurements at constant volume or constant pressure. Permeability Properties of Plastics and Elastomers, Fourth Edition provides a comprehensive collection of graphical multipoint and tabular data covering the permeation of liquids, vapors, and gases through plastic or polymeric materials, such as films, membranes, and containers.

This updated edition includes an entirely new chapter on sustainable and biodegradable polymers and an extensive Cited by: Notes to the table above: Find below the technical bulletins, papers, standards used as sources for these perm ratings.

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