By Seizo Okamura (auth.), Dr. Y. Ito, Prof. Dr. S. Okamura, Prof. Dr. B. Rånby (eds.)
New macromolecular options and methods are established during this distinctive ebook. It offers with the harmonization of humanity in technological know-how, expertise and undefined. specific awareness is given to the connection among the sensitivity of the human brain and the performance of polymers resembling "Shingosen". in addition, biocompatibility of useful polymers for clinical functions and materials is mentioned as one of many leading examples of human creativity. classes of traditional knowledge of conventional jap shrine carpenters, which originated 1300 years in the past in Horyuji Temple in Nara Japan, will be utilized to the trendy enterprise administration by way of marketers and in high-tech industries. For scientists and pros in polymer and fabric sciences in addition to historical past of chemistry.
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1988/ 1980 Fig. 2 Trade in Pacific RIM 1980, 1988 Overall Review 39 Million Ion 18 16 14 Production Capacity I : 12 Others I I 10 I I 8 I I I I ~n'l China and 6 i~ ~~~:~nHalions 4 I 2 o'-':~--r«:"'-- '93 ~~~~~ (Projected) Fig. 3 World production of Synthetic fibers (1994) ASEAN countries (excluding Japan) recorded output increases in the period 1980-90 and the formation of the Far East textile complex is shown in Fig. 2. In Fig. 3 the textile exports around the world are described. The solid portion of the bar chart represents exports from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, the Republic of Korea and Japan.
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During the 1940s, polyamide from adipic acid and hexamethylene diamine was produced in the USA and marketed as 6,6-nylon fibers. 2]. The same polyamide was also developed as a plastic material of high mechanical strength and high melting point (about 255°C). 3]. This is also an excellent fiber and plastic material with a lower melting point (about 220°C) than 6,6nylon. Linear polyesters were first prepared by Carothers in the 1930s, but they were all aliphatic and of too Iowa melting point (about 100°C) to be of commercial interest as fiber and plastic material.
Macromolecular Concept and Strategy for Humanity in Science, Technology and Industry by Seizo Okamura (auth.), Dr. Y. Ito, Prof. Dr. S. Okamura, Prof. Dr. B. Rånby (eds.)