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The elements of polymer science and engineering / Alfred Rudin.

By: Rudin, AlfredMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: San Diego : Academic Press, c1998. Edition: 2nd edISBN: 0126016852Subject(s): Polymers | PolymerizationDDC classification: 547.7 LOC classification: QD381
Contents:
Ch. 1. Introductory Concepts and Definitions -- Ch. 2. Basic Principles of Polymer Molecular Weights -- Ch. 3. Practical Aspects of Molecular Weight Measurements -- Ch. 4. Effects of Polymer Isomerism and Conformational Changes -- Ch. 5. Step-Growth Polymerizations -- Ch. 6. Free-Radical Polymerization -- Ch. 7. Copolymerization -- Ch. 8. Dispersion and Emulsion Polymerizations -- Ch. 9. Ionic and Coordinated Polymerizations -- Ch. 10. Polymer Reaction Engineering -- Ch. 11. Mechanical Properties of Polymer Solids and Liquids -- Ch. 12. Polymer Mixtures.
Summary: Polymeric materials are finding an ever-increasing number of new industrial applications. The day-to-day work of technically trained people in this industry is more likely to require a grasp of polymer science or engineering than of any other sub-discipline. The Elements of Polymer Science and Engineering, 2nd Edition is a hands-on guide for such readers, as well as serving as the text for a two- or three-semester course in polymer science and engineering. The material covered begins with basic concepts and proceeds through to current industrial practice.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ch. 1. Introductory Concepts and Definitions -- Ch. 2. Basic Principles of Polymer Molecular Weights -- Ch. 3. Practical Aspects of Molecular Weight Measurements -- Ch. 4. Effects of Polymer Isomerism and Conformational Changes -- Ch. 5. Step-Growth Polymerizations -- Ch. 6. Free-Radical Polymerization -- Ch. 7. Copolymerization -- Ch. 8. Dispersion and Emulsion Polymerizations -- Ch. 9. Ionic and Coordinated Polymerizations -- Ch. 10. Polymer Reaction Engineering -- Ch. 11. Mechanical Properties of Polymer Solids and Liquids -- Ch. 12. Polymer Mixtures.

Polymeric materials are finding an ever-increasing number of new industrial applications. The day-to-day work of technically trained people in this industry is more likely to require a grasp of polymer science or engineering than of any other sub-discipline. The Elements of Polymer Science and Engineering, 2nd Edition is a hands-on guide for such readers, as well as serving as the text for a two- or three-semester course in polymer science and engineering. The material covered begins with basic concepts and proceeds through to current industrial practice.

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