A Comprehensive Guide to Formaldehyde

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Natasja A. Bach (Editor)

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications

BISAC: SCI013000

This monograph comprises four chapters concerning formaldehyde, a colorless, flammable, strong-smelling chemical and an essential component in many manufacturing industries. Chapter 1 explicates the synthesis of diaminodiphenyl sulphone bisbenzoxazine by three step process and the synthesis of bisphenol-S bisbenzoxazine by solvent method. Chapter 2 remarks on the substantial growth trajectory of formaldehyde, examining the potential health-related effects associated with its rise in popularity and discussing how nanotechnological advancement may play a future role in mitigating the chemical’s harmful impact. Chapter 3 discusses the growth and development of doped nanostructure materials by using hydrothermal method in alkaline phase, concluding that the prepared doped nanomaterial could be implemented in a broad scale for efficient electro-chemical sensor applications for environmental and healthcare fields. Chapter 4 describes the production of reinforcing rubber products, specifically tires, using rubber compounded with methylene acceptor and methylene donor.

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Chapter 1. Thermal Curing Characteristics of Bisbenzoxazines Based on 4,4′-Diaminodiphenyl Sulfone and 4,4′-Dihydroxy Diphenyl Sulfone and Thermal Degradation of Thermosets Derived from These Monomers
(S. Shamim Rishwana, PhD, S. Siva Kaylasa Sundari, Arunjunai Raj Mahendran, PhD and C. T. Vijayakumar, PhD – Department of Chemistry, Kamaraj College of Engineering and Technology, S.P.G.C. Nagar, K. Vellakulam, India, et al.)

Chapter 2. Formaldehyde: Polymer Surface Chemistry and Detection
(Sanjiv Sonkaria and Hyun-Joong Kim – Lab of Adhesion and Bio-Composites, Program in Environmental Materials Science, Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Bioresources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea)

Chapter 3. Electrochemical Assessment of Formaldehyde with Doped Nanorod Materials
(Mohammed Muzibur Rahman, Abdullah M. Asiri, M. M. Alam and Jamal Uddin – Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, et al.)

Chapter 4. Thermal Studies on Styryl Modified Resorcinolic Resin – Formaldehyde Donor Adhesion Systems for Rubber Industry
(J. Dhanalakshmi, PhD, S. Siva Kaylasa Sundari and C. T. Vijayakumar, PhD – Department of Chemistry, Kamaraj College of Engineering and Technology, K. Vellakulam, India, et al.)

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