When an expert opinion on polymerization is called for, the issue often revolves around construction defects or product liability cases related to plastics. However, as polymers are molecular structures built with our of several unique compounds, Experts on Polymerization may be called upon to provide an expert opinion on polymer optics (eyeglasses), be experts in organic chemistry or experts on chemical biology, rubber biosynthesis, mechanical engineering, chemical and materials safety, bio-molecular engineering environmental engineering, materials engineering, materials science, chemistry engineering, packaging, structural engineering, industrial technology, plastic and manufacturing engineering, and other related areas of study. This emphasizes the need to seek individuals with both a broad background of knowledge enabling them to offer an expert opinion on polymerization and the specialized knowledge required to offer expert opinion on other subfields.
Expert opinion on polymer optics
Our optic polymerization experts are highly experienced in consulting clients on how to optimize their polymerization process to produce, for example, high quality fiber optic materials, with high batch to batch consistency. They identify the key variables, and asses the polymerization initiators.
In this manner, for example, our experts, when evaluating the polymerization process used in acrylic and methacrylic based optical systems recommended changes in the initiator from benzoyl peroxide, which suffers from a low efficiency and is prone to side reactions leading to the formation of environmentally harmful byproducts such of carbon dioxide, to a more efficient low temperature initiator. As a result, our customer was able to achieve a more consistent performance and the production of higher quality fiber optic resin.
This same expertise enables our experts to provide a reliable, trustworthy, and detailed expert opinion on polymer optics.
Experts in organic chemistry
Experts in Organic chemistry focus on the study of the structure, properties, composition, reactions, and preparation of carbon-containing compounds. But since carbon containing compounds make up a vast proportion of the chemical compounds used in industry, and since they have such incredibly variant properties this means that an expert in organic chemistry has to be prepared to answer practically any question that might be thrown at him in court. That means an expert in organic chemistry must possess more than just encyclopedic knowledge, integrity, a sterling reputation and poise- he also needs to think fast on his feet as he may be called upon to provide an expert opinion on polymerization an expert opinion on polymer optics or be an expert in chemical biology.