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97 WSTF 99-34756 ASTM STP 812 p. 61 Fire and Materials Vol. 20 p. 301–303 ASTM STP 1319 p. 325 ASTM G72 PDSC ASTM G72 ASTM G72 ASTM G72 DTA ASTM G72 ASTM G72 DTA ASTM G72 ASTM G72 ASTM G72 ASTM G72 ASTM G72 ASTM G72 DTA ASTM G72 ASTM G72 ASTM G72 ASTM G72 ASTM STP 1395 p. 98 ASTM STP 812 p. 90 WSTF 82-15073 ASTM STP 1395 p. 98 ASTM STP 1319 p. 345 ASTM STP 812 p. 61 ASTM STP 812 p. 90 ASTM STP 812 p. 90 Fire and Materials Vol. 20 p. 301–303 WSTF 02-36743 None 3 768–4 187 None 13 560 11 579 None None Modern Plastics Vol.

90 ASTM STP 1040 p. 103 14 026–15 072 ASTM G63-99 15 070 ASTM STP 1040 p. 103 16 714 ASTM STP 1319 p. 345 12 640 16 714 15 085 15 072 6 552 6 552–8 750 39 582 36 982 47 260 39 579 28 470 12 560 ASTM STP 812 p. 90 29 540 ASTM STP 1395 p. 98 31 150 ASTM STP 1319 p. 345 26 737–27 310 ASTM STP 812 p. 5 100 ASTM STP 812 p. 9 Flamm. Handbook for Plastics p. 45 ASTM STP 812 p. 62 ASTM G63-99 ASTM STP 1454 p. 1 Flamm. Handbook for Plastics p. 45, ASTM G63-99 ASTM STP 1454 p. 25 ASTM STP 812 p. 61 Flamm.

R. Grace) Saran (Dow) Kynar (Atochem) Tedlar (DuPont) CR rubber; neoprene; chloroprene polychloroprene CSM Butaclor (A. Schulman) Neoprene (DuPont) Hypalon (DuPont) Thermosetting Elastomers (Rubbers) CR poly(2-chloro-1,3-butadiene) elastomer CSM chlorosulfonated polyethylene PC; polycarbonate (see HDPE and LDPE) PEEK (Victrex); polyether ether ketone; polyaryl ketone; amorphous polyarylether ketone PES; poly(ether sulfone); polyarylsulfone; polydiphenyl ether sulfone PEI; poly(ether imide) PET; polyethylene terephthalate; Dacron,b Fortrelb PI, polyimide; polypyromellitimide PMMA; polyacrylate, acrylic resin polyoxymethylene; POM; acetal, polyacetal, polyformadehyde PP; i-PP; semicrystalline PP PPO, polyaryl ether, aromatic polyether PPS; polyaryl sulfide; aromatic polysulfide PS; ethenylbenzene homopolymer, styrene resin PSO; polyarylsulfone Teflon; PTFE; TFE Victrex PEEK (LNP) CHAPTER 3 ■ MATERIALS INFORMATION RELATED TO FLAMMABILITY, IGNITION, AND COMBUSTION 37 TABLE 3-13—Designation, chemical type, synonyms, and tradenames for materials listed in Table 3-12.

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