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2 Some Examples of Mold-Release Agents Waxes, soaps, and silicones are used as mold-release agents. Paraffin waxes are not very convenient, since they are removed from mold walls by plastic materials. Their chemical structure is such that their adhesion to metals is weak. Soaps offer a better adhesion to metals because of the polar part of their molecules. However, they also can be removed by plastic materials , since they have a long and bulky nonpolar chain that is weakly attached to the metal surface by only one point.

Akad. Nauk. SSSR 135, 357 (1960) 66. Bohn, L. : Kunststoffe 53, 826 (1963) 67. : Atti del V Congresso Internationale delle Materie Plastiche, Torino, 1953 68. Dogatkin , V. , Fediukin, D. L. , Gul, V. : Kolloid. Zh. 19, 287 (1957) 69. : The Role of Additives in Plastics, Edward Arnold , London , 1974 70. : J. Prakt. Chern. 1 Principles of Their Action Lubricants are added to most polymers at low levels to increase the overall rate of processing or to improve surface properties [1-4]. , of many polymers, mainly PVC, acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene terpolymer (ABS), PS, PMMA, cellulose acetate (CA), polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and so on.

Ananievova, L. : Dokl. Akad. Nauk. SSSR 135, 357 (1960) 66. Bohn, L. : Kunststoffe 53, 826 (1963) 67. : Atti del V Congresso Internationale delle Materie Plastiche, Torino, 1953 68. Dogatkin , V. , Fediukin, D. L. , Gul, V. : Kolloid. Zh. 19, 287 (1957) 69. : The Role of Additives in Plastics, Edward Arnold , London , 1974 70. : J. Prakt. Chern. 1 Principles of Their Action Lubricants are added to most polymers at low levels to increase the overall rate of processing or to improve surface properties [1-4].

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