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Natural Rubber Latex radiation properties

Natural Rubber Latex radiation properties

Natural Rubber Latex radiation properties

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Good Morning,

I am an aerospace engineer from Spain. I'm currently working on a model of a weather balloon made of a natural latex compound. I've been looking for radiation properties (absorptivity, reflectivity, and transmissivity, both solar and infrared in each case) of this kind of material for a long time, but i can't find them anywhere.

I'd really appreciate if you could tell me where I can find them or the values themselves.

Thank you in advance

RE: Natural Rubber Latex radiation properties

I suggest you contact The Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre in England. They are the recognised experts in natural rubber properties.

RE: Natural Rubber Latex radiation properties

(OP)
Thank you. I will try to contact them.

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