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By Jan C. J. Bart

This industrially suitable source covers all demonstrated and rising analytical equipment for the deformulation of polymeric fabrics, with emphasis at the non-polymeric elements.

  • Each strategy is evaluated on its technical and commercial advantages.
  • Emphasis is on knowing (principles and features) and commercial applicability.
  • Extensively illustrated all through with over 2 hundred figures, four hundred tables, and 3,000 references.

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Available from the EURACHEM Secretariat, Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Lisbon, Portugal. 73. Nederlandse Warenwet (Dutch Food and Commodity Act), Packaging and Food Utensils Regulations (VGB), SDU Uitgeverij, The Hague (1997). 74. D. H. van Lierop, Materials and Articles in Contact with Foodstuffs, Guide for Examination of Plastic Food Contact Materials. CEN TC 194/SC1/WG2 Document N118 (1997). 26 Introduction 75. C. Warner, J. Modderman, T. Fazio, M. Beroza, G. Schwartzman and K.

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