Principles of Polymer Chemistry

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2013 M06 29 - 496 páginas
'An excellent textbook for an advanced undergraduate or introductory graduate course on polymer chemistry. ...The book is easy to read and understand. The emphasis on commercially important materials makes it a definite choice for a textbook.' -Microchemical Journal 'This exellent, well-written book, suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate level classes in polymer syntheses, would also be useful as a general resource book....thoroughly referenced, and contain[s] excellent problem sets.' -Choice This outstanding text combines comprehensive discussions of reaction mechanisms of polymer chemistry with detailed descriptions of practical industrial applications. Intended for graduate students and professionals, this text examines topics at the forefront of today's research-including high performance materials, polymeric reagents and catalysts, and ultraviolet light curing of polymeric coatings. Each chapter contains helpful review questions reinforcing key points. The book also features useful appendixes describing two highly applicable computer programs.
 

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introduction
1
FreeRadical ChainGrowth Polymerization
35
viii
44
Ionic ChainGrowth Polymerization
80
Appendix Computer Program for Analyses of Polymers with Configurational
146
Review Questions
156
RingOpening Polymerizations
167
Polymerization of Oxetanes
177
Higher Poly0olefins
233
xii
242
Review Questions
269
StepGrowth Polymerization and StepGrowth Polymers
279
Naturally Occurring Polymers
381
Reactions of Polymers
403
Appendix
487
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Common ChainGrowth Polymers
223

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A. Ravve received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Utah in 1950, and was Post Doctoral Fellow at both the University of Michigan (1950-1951) and Iowa State University (1951-1952). He worked for 28 years with Continental Group, Incorporated, mainly as a Research Manager, and subsequently as Senior Consultant in syntheses and utilization of polymeric materials. He also taught evening courses in polymer chemistry at several institutions of higher learning in the Chicago area, from 1960-1991. Currently he does consulting in polymer chemistry.

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