Polyetheurethane skin substitutes.

Burke, Ayer


Polyurethanes as skin graft candidates.
Kutay, Sezer; Department of Chemistry (1989)
Poly Acrylic Acid Co Acrylamide Hydrogels
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Polyethylene oxide-induced flocculation of dolomite/clay/borax-containing suspensions
Çırak, Mustafa; Hoşten, Çetin; Department of Mining Engineering (2014)
Kırka borax formation in Turkey is the largest borate deposit in the world. However, this important boron mineral is associated with significant amount of dolomite and clay gangue. When the run-of-mine ore is processed via simple crushing/washing/scrubbing methods, these gangues are discharged from the concentrator in the form of a stable colloidal suspension. The resultant dolomite/clay/borax-containing tailing creates a critical bottleneck threatening safe and sustainable borax production. To analyze this...
Polystyrene / boron nitride nanotube composites: synthesis, processing and characterization
Balık, Erdem; Bayram, Göknur; Sezgi, Naime Aslı; Department of Chemical Engineering (2015)
In recent years, boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs) have been added to polystyrene (PS) which is a widely used thermoplastic polymer in order to improve its thermal and mechanical properties. Solution mixing and melt blending techniques are commonly used methods to prepare polymer-boron nitride nanotube (BNNT) composites. However, these two composite preparation methods have a common problem about the dispersion of fillers in the polymer matrix. In this study, PS-BNNT composites were prepared using masterbatch...
Polypyrrole grafts synthesized via electrochemical polymerization
Balci, N; Toppare, Levent Kamil; Akbulut, Ural; Stanke, D; Hallensleben, ML (Informa UK Limited, 1998-01-01)
Electrically conducting polypyrrole grafts with poly[(methyl meth acrylate)-co-(2-(N-pyrrolyl) ethyl methacrylate)] (PMMA-co-PEMA) were synthesized by constant potential electrolysis. Cyclic Voltammetry, DSC, TGA, SEM and elemental analysis were used in order to characterize the free standing films. Conductivities of the polymers were measured by a four-probe technique.
Citation Formats
A. Burke, “Polyetheurethane skin substitutes.,” Middle East Technical University, 1986.