Copolymerization: Toward a Systematic Approach
Springer Science & Business Media, 1999 - 228 páginas
Copolymerization is a very widely used industrial process, in fact the dominant process in macromolecular chemistry. With the advent of widespread computing power, this book will be very useful both to academic researchers in copolymerization and to researchers in industry concerned with the synthesis of polymers such as plastics, rubbers, chemical fibers, and paints. A disk with 15 computer programs accompanies the book.
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