nonflammability

nonflammability

(ˌnɒnˌflæməˈbɪlətɪ)
n
the quality of not being flammable or easily burned
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A second product series with a V-0 nonflammability classification at wall thicknesses of 1.5 mm in accordance with UL standard 94 V-0 has recently been introduced for multi-component applications with polypropylene.
Ionic liquids have attracted increasing attentions in the area of electrochemistry due to their significant properties including good chemical and thermal stability, wide liquid temperature range, considerable ionic conductivity, nonflammability, broad electrochemical potential window and tunable solvent properties.
Based on our previous report the synthesis of Ti[O.sub.2] from the Artemisia pallens plant [28], The incorporation of Ti[O.sub.2] into some polymers has offered the opportunity to develop high performance materials that combine many desirable properties of conventional organic and inorganic components such as good thermal and mechanical properties, solubility, nonflammability, oxidative resistances and excellent dielectric properties.
Compared to the traditional solvent, ionic liquid has advantages in terms of chemical stability, thermal stability, nonflammability, and low vapor pressure.
Especially ILs have unique properties such as high ionic conductivity, nonflammability, high thermal stability, and low volatility.
The use of gel electrolytes instead of liquid electrolytes would help to circumvent the above-mentioned drawbacks to a certain extent as gel electrolytes have promising properties, such as thermal stability, nonflammability, and nonvolatility.
The other alternative is aqueous electrolyte lithium ion batteries which promise higher safety due to nonflammability or toxicity of water [5, 6].
However, radiation-curable coatings have other desirable properties such as speed of cure; extremely hard, chemically resistant finishes; ambient curing; small application equipment footprint; high productivity; and nonflammability. Because of the high costs associated with their use, radiation-cured products tend to be adopted in specific applications only where they exhibit advantages over conventional coatings.
More recently, ionic liquids (ILs) have attracted much attention due to their high electrochemical and thermal stability, nonflammability, and tunable solubility properties [15].
Ionic liquids are adopted as catalysts because they are considered as designer solvents and also have some green characteristics such as extremely low vapour pressure, nonflammability, reusability, and high thermal stability which makes the process clean [13,14].
group, told the same news conference that the firm needs to clear stricter regulations on nonflammability for airplane seats compared with those for cars and will also have to lighten seats.
With that in mind, we have developed a novel halogen-free, phosphorus-free material (named UP-160HPF) for PCB applications that can fulfill the environmental requirements, exhibit good characteristics and nonflammability without a high cost penalty.