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Kunststoffe international 2016/01-02

Block Copolymers Combine the Best of Both Worlds

A Specially Tailored Polymer-Based Adhesion Promoter Has Been Developed for Plastic/Metal Hybrid Materials

Block Copolymers Combine the Best  of Both Worlds

Plastic/metal composite materials and structures are of great interest for lightweight design applications. Ideally, the advantages of both materials are combined. Specially tailored adhesion promoters based on block copolymers can considerably improve the adhesion between the two material classes.

Dr. Roland Klein; Dr. Konrad Burlon

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International Polymer Processing, the journal of the Polymer Processing Society, is a discussion forum for the world-wide community of engineers and scientists in the field of polymer processing.

The journal covers research and industrial application in the very specific areas of designing polymer products, processes, processing machinery and equipment.


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