This book is about the design and processing of various materials rather than algorithms and design of image analysis equipment.
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But by showing actual research and data in a form familiar to any technologist in the plastics industry, it demonstrates benefits and capabilities of the methods. Related Products. Handbook of Solvents Add to cart Default Title. The analysis is conducted based on available data and contains information on the types and frequently amounts of solvents used and potential problems and solutions.
This followed by a discussion of residual solvents left in final products. This volume together with Vol. The analysis is conducted based on the available data and contains information on the types and frequently amounts of solvents used and potential problems and solutions.
The chapter is divided into two sections containing standard and special methods of solvent analysis. This chapter is followed by a discussion of residual solvents left in final products. The chapter also contains discussion of solvents impact on tropospheric air pollution. The analysis of concentration of solvents in more than 15 industries, specific issues related to paint industry, and characteristics of environment in automotive collision repair shops are followed by the thorough discussion of regulations in the USA and Europe.
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This is a unique collection of observations which should be frequently consulted by solvent users and agencies which are responsible for the protection of people in the industrial environment. Here the emphasis is placed on supercritical solvents, ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents, and agriculture-based products, such as ethyl lactate. Discussion of solvent recycling, removal, and degradation includes absorptive solvent recovery, comparison of results of recovery and incineration, and application of solar photocatalytic oxidation. Nunez, U. Wu, Alexandra E.
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Magrini, A. Watt, L. Boyd, E. Wolfrum, S. This paper reports on simulated samples, with spiked reference plastic particles and real seawater filtrates containing microplastic pollutants. These real samples were previously identified through visual examination in a microscope. The samples were imaged using three different imaging systems. The different wavelength ranges were — nm, — nm and — nm.
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Data files from all three imaging systems were analysed by hyperspectral image analysis. When applied to environmental samples the technique showed an increase in identified particles compared with visual investigations. These initial tests indicate a potential underestimation of microplastics in environmental samples.
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