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Polymer Engineering

Need prototype built of a brand new invention, which needs to be an intricate electronically controlled (by others} mechanical, polymer device that intergrates with optics {by others}

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    Sunil |President, CEO, Director, Manager, Engin

    We have done many different projects in the plastics fields including some in optics and electronics...

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    Guenter |Marketing Director

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Price Premium - Specialty Polymers

According to my understanding, specialty polymers in the engineering polymer to high performance polymer region enjoy a 20-30% price premium over standard polymers of the same type. Do you agree with this?

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    Craig |VP Sales

    Commodity grade *****ently sell in the $1 per lb range PP PS etc. When you move to more mid...

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    Abderrazak |Research and Development Chemist

    not always you need to look at the cost of monomers used in any ***** the method/resour...

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    Leonard |Consultant

    It depends on the type of ***** (***** not ***** high margins that PEEK does)...

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Hydro And Titan Polymer

Hi zintro expert, the zintro blog needs you! we are looking for expert opinions on the news mentioned below and would like to include your point of view. We realize your time is valuable, so here is a brief summary of what we are looking for: a brief answer to the prompt about 1-2 paragraphs including your full name participation is voluntary no payment will be involved if chosen, you'll be named in the post and we'll include a link to your zintro profile which will generate more visitors for you wondering what the post would look like? Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/ topic and prompt polymers the world welcomed two new polymers in may, codenamed titan and hydro, both of which came from the same reaction. One is rigid; it could become part of the next generation of computers. The other is a gel, so it it could be included in water-soluble nail polish. Ibm researcher jeannette m. Garcia was among a team of nearly a dozen scientists and researchers who worked for more than a year on this discovery, and they are now submitting their findings to the peer review journal science. Humans have been creating synthetic polymers for the better part of a century, and they can now be found in everything from your steering wheel and favorite polyester suit to your computer and airplanes. But new polymer-forming chemical reactions like this one are extremely rare. "most [polymer] discoveries were made between 1930 and 1950," garcia told mashable. Polymers are essentially macromolecues made up of 10,000 or more atoms and they occur in nature (rubber) and have been synthesized in the lab (polystyrene). Even though they were created from the same reaction, the two new polymers have distinct characteristics. Titan is, naturally, the stronger one. According to ibm, it has bone-like strength (its measurements were similar to the organic material that frames our bodies) and roughly one-third of the tensile strength of steel. When ibm researchers combined titan with 2% to 5% carbon nanotubes, however, they found they could make a material three times stronger than the polyamides sometimes used on current aircrafts. Hydro is mostly liquid and quite flexible. It can also "self-heal"; according to garcia, if you cut a blob of the polymer in two and then place the pieces next to each other (but don't force them together), they will combine back into one blob. One application could be for a powerful-on-contact adhesive. What are your thoughts about the findings? Getting your name and expert opinion published on our blog is a great marketing opportunity. If interested, please send a response to the prompt via znotes within 1-2 days. Donã¢â€â™t forget to include your full name. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you! the zintro blog team

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Polymers

Hi zintro expert, the zintro blog needs you! we are looking for expert opinions on the news mentioned below and would like to hear from you within the next couple of days. While we’d love your thoughts, we realize that your time is valuable, so here are a couple of things you need to know before deciding whether or not to participate: - replies should be brief – about 1-2 paragraphs – and include your full name - participation is voluntary – no payment will be involved - if chosen, you’ll be named in the post and we’ll include a link to your zintro profile which will generate more visitors for you wondering what the post would look like? Here is a sample: http://blog.Zintro.Com/2012/01/16/keystone-xl-pipeline-pros-and-cons/ here’s the topic on which we’d love your thoughts: polymers electrically controlled glasses with continuously adjustable transparency, new polarisation filters, and even chemosensors capable of detecting single molecules of specific chemicals could be fabricated thanks to a new polymer unprecedentedly combining optical and electrical properties. An international team of chemists from italy, germany, and poland developed a polymer with unique optical and electric properties. Components of this polymer change their spatial configuration depending on the electric potential applied. In turn, the polarisation of transmitted light is affected. The material can be used, for instance, in polarisation filters and window glasses with continuously adjustable transparency. Due to its mechanical properties, the polymer is also perfectly suitable for fabrication of chemical sensors for selective detection and determination of optically active (chiral) forms of an analyte. The research findings of the international team headed by prof. Francesco sannicolo from the universita degli studi di milano were recently published in angewandte chemie international edition. What are your thoughts about the research findings? Getting your name and expert opinion published on our blog is a great marketing opportunity. If interested, please send us your response via znotes within a couple of days. Don’t forget to include your full name. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you! the zintro blog team

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    Thomas |Consultant

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    Anastasia |Senior Scientist

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Free Radical Initiated Chain Polymerization

Looking for a experienced consultant in free radical initiated chain polymerization -compositions of equipment for copolymerization of acrylic acid/maleic acid. - method of polymerization related to acrylic acid/maleic acid.

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    Arun |Consultant

    Dear Sandy I am interested in this project, My consulting charges are US$350 per hour for this proj...

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    DATTATRAY |consultant - chemicals and materials

    hi , SANDY i have more than 10 years of experience in radical polymerization , i have worked over ...

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    none |noinmo

    can develop acrylic homopolymers and copolymers emulsion *****, with free radical initiators,...

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Polymer Marketing

We are a mah grafted polymer manufacturer based in india. We are looking for distributors of mah grafted polymers in brazil, russia, mexico and south east asia.

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    Dennis |Founder/CEO/Speaker/Consultant/Guest Blo

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    Praveen |Polymer/Materials Engineer

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Polymer Blend,composites,compounds,

I need to develop a gel/open cell reticulated network of polymer or organic material composite that will withstand heat and reagent (mostly acetone) immersion. It must also be soft enough to be sliced in a standard laboratory microtome. Most urethane polymers do not work. Agar based material is a good staring point. I do want to try to solve this through standard injection molding processes. I have spent years on this and have exhausted the possibilities there.

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    Dan |VP- GM

    Almost any thermoplastic or thermoset plastic can be made reticulated. We have experience with many...

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    David |Principal

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    Phil |Product Manager

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Polystyrene

Argentine based company needs assintance in eps batch polymerization and ps mass polymerization and update technology .25kton plants

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    Pal |Zintro Expert

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    Ken |Polymer Specialist and Engineering Consu

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India Polymer Technology

I am looking for connecting with polymer technology experts in india with experience in the area of polymers for paints, automotive, piping, food/non-food packaging etc. For their inputs on "assessment of potential applications of variants of polyethylene polymers with several functional properties such as moisture barrier, chemical /corrosion resistance etc.".

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    Thomas |Consultant

    I am able to help you in the areas of food and non-food contact packaging....

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    DATTATRAY |consultant - chemicals and materials

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Emulsion Polymer In Vietnam And Malaysia

Looking to understand emulsion polymer (vinly acetate, etheleyne vinly acetate, acrylic polymers) industry in vietnam and malaysia

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    Marcello |Managing Director

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    Marcel |Managing Partner

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Polymer Coated Glass

I need to coat 100-300 um glass beads with an amphiphilic block copolymer. However, the hydrophilic portion of the polymer should be on the "outside", whereas the hydrophobic portion should be "in contact" with the glass beads. The problem is that the glass beads are hydrophilic in nature. I have been thinking about silanizing the surface of the glass beads to accomplish this. Any recommendations about how to do this and what polymers should i try? I'm looking to adsorb the polymer to the surface, rather than chemically attach it. Thanks.

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    Jay |President

    I have some ideas. You can reach me at *****....

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    Mark |Zintro Expert

    Use silane on the beads, then attach to the silane a thin hydrophobic polymer and then coat your mat...

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    LAWRENCE |President and Ph D

    Sounds very do-able. Please check my profile. I think the glass beads will have to be ***** s...

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Polymer Engineering

I am looking for a polymer engineering expert. The specific topic is innovative polymer and plastic manipulation that requires multi diverse substance engineering

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    Peter |President

    Your needs require an individual who has a wide ranging background in solving polymer problems acros...

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    Hello Poly, I have a long career ***** a wide range of Polymer Engineering. Please check m...

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    Jim |Managing Director

    I maybe of help here as my Msc is in Polymer Engineering and I have worked in polymer processing in...

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