2 edition of rubber industry. found in the catalog.
International rubber conference (2nd 1911 London)
by The International rubber and allied trades exhibition, ltd. in London
Written in English
The introductory article of Dr. Spence, written for the Proceedings of the first conference, 1908, is repeated in this volume. cf. Pref.
|Statement||Edited by Dr. Joseph Torrey and A. Staines Manders.|
|Contributions||Torrey, Joseph, ed., Manders, A. Staines, ed., International rubber and allied trades exhibition (1911 : London)|
|LC Classifications||TS1871 .I7 1911|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||470|
|LC Control Number||12009627|
Rubber is a yellowish, elastic, amorphous material obtained from the latex or milky sap of various tropical plants like the rubber tree. This latex is vulcanized, pigmented, finished and modified into various products like electric insulation, elastic bands, belts, tires, hoses, gaskets and containers. About ten years after the publication of the Second Edition (), it became apparent that it was time for an up-date of this book. This was especially true in this case, since the subject matter has traditionally dealt mainly with the structure, properties, and technology of the various elastomers used in industry, and these are bound to undergo significant changes over the period of a decade.
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To the extent that most people think about rubber at all, they likely picture a product made from synthetic chemicals. In fact, more than 40 percent of the world’s rubber comes from trees.
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