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Noryl Samples

TitleNoryl Samples
Object NameNoryl Samples
Manufactured ByGeneral Electric Plastics
DescriptionNoryl is a blend of polyphenylene oxide (PPO) and polystyrene (PS) that was developed by General Electric Plastics in 1966. It is a rare example of a homogeneous mixture of the two polymers. Most polymers are incompatible with one another, so tend to produce separate phases when mixed. The compatibility of the two polymers in Noryl is caused by the presence of a benzene ring in the repeat units of both chains. Noryl has numerous applications in electronics, electrical equipment, coating, machinery, etc. Its notable properties include H\high stiffness and tensile & flexural strength, even at elevated temperatures, with only gradual reduction as temperature is increased. To learn more about Noryl see: http://www.sabic-ip.com/gep/Plastics/en/ProductsAndServices/ProductLine/noryl.html
Date Manufactured1966 ff.
MaterialModified Polyphenylene Oxide (Noryl)
Number of Objects2
Accession Number2010_055.024
DonorGift of Irvin I. Rubin
Broad SubjectMaterial Samples
SubjectsBuilding Material Samples
For More InformationPlease address inquires to the Public Services Librarian, Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Library (e-mail: scrc@syr.edu, tel. 315-443-2697).
RightsPublication of images from the Special Collections Research Center is subject to approval and fees may be charged for such use. Publication includes the following media: print, electronic/digital, videotape, film, or microfilm. Permission to use images must be obtained in advance and in writing from the Special Collections Research Center by writing to plastics@syr.edu or going to http://scrc.syr.edu . These fees are separate from any which might be assigned/assessed by the copyright holder.

 

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