Plastic additives are among the most relevant assets in the polymer industry for improving the properties of polymeric materials. The improvement of flame resistance is a major issue for the safe use of plastics for industrial and civilian purposes. For this reason, flame-retardant (FR) additives represent a very relevant class of compounds that are gaining further importance year by year. In this chapter, we report a general overview of the main FR additives, focusing on their action mechanisms together with the most significant achievements reported in the literature. We aim to provide a comprehensive description of the wide realm of FR additives that will represent a reference point for newcomers and a guide for experts in the field.

Overview on Classification of Flame-Retardant Additives for Polymeric Matrix / Bartoli, Mattia; Malucelli, Giulio; Tagliaferro, Alberto. - ELETTRONICO. - 1399:(2021), pp. 59-82. [10.1021/bk-2021-1399.ch003]

Overview on Classification of Flame-Retardant Additives for Polymeric Matrix

Bartoli, Mattia;Malucelli, Giulio;Tagliaferro, Alberto
2021

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Plastic additives are among the most relevant assets in the polymer industry for improving the properties of polymeric materials. The improvement of flame resistance is a major issue for the safe use of plastics for industrial and civilian purposes. For this reason, flame-retardant (FR) additives represent a very relevant class of compounds that are gaining further importance year by year. In this chapter, we report a general overview of the main FR additives, focusing on their action mechanisms together with the most significant achievements reported in the literature. We aim to provide a comprehensive description of the wide realm of FR additives that will represent a reference point for newcomers and a guide for experts in the field.
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