The Elements of Polymer Science and Engineering: An Introductory Text for Engineers and Chemists
Elsevier, 2012 M12 2 - 485 páginas
This introductory text is intended as the basis for a two or three semester course in synthetic macromolecules. It can also serve as a self-instruction guide for engineers and scientists without formal training in the subject who find themselves working with polymers. For this reason, the material covered begins with basic concepts and proceeds to current practice, where appropriate.
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Chapter 2 Basic Principles of Polymer Molecular Weights
Chapter 3 Practical Aspects of Molecular Weight Measurements
Chapter 4 Effects of Polymer Isomerism and Confirmational Changes
Chapter 5 StepGrowth Polymerization
Chapter 6 Free Radical Polymerization
Chapter 7 Emulsion Polymerization
Chapter 8 Copolymerization
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