We are looking to speak with industry experts who have knowledge and have basic technical understanding of styrene-isoprene-styrene (sis), styrene-ethylene / propylene-styrene (seps) and cyclo olefin polymers (cop). We are interested to speak with someone who has industry connections in north america and can discuss the industry structure and the players: compounders, processors/product manufacturers, large end users.
This is a 1-hour paid phone interview. Please respond with a brief answer as to your relevance to the space below:
(1) do you have industry knowledge and a basic technical understanding of styrene-isoprene-styrene (sis), styrene-ethylene/propylene-styrene (seps) and cyclo olefin polymers (cop)?
(2) are you familiar with their current applications, advantages and disadvantages in those applications relative to other polymers? Can you identify at least 2-4 applications that are good fits for use of x-sis / msis?
(3) do you know the industry structure and the players: compounders, processors/product manufacturers, large end users? Can you identify key players at the main points of the supply chain? (e.G. Polymer supplier, compunder, manufacturer)
(4) can you help facilitate interviews with at least 5-6 companies to identify potential market for x-sis / msis and customer's issues?+18 Other Responses
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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?
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Liquid Crystal Polymers Market
Need an expert regarding the global lcp (liquid crystal polymers) market.
He/she should have knowledge about the applications of the resins (majorly electronics and electrical applications).
Knowledge regarding country-wise usage and recent major changes regarding the price trends of these resins will be extra helpful.+2 Other Responses