The Elements of Polymer Science and Engineering: An Introductory Text for Engineers and Chemists

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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.
  • Serves as both a textbook and an introduction for scientists in the field
  • Problems accompany each chapter
 

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Chapter 1 Introductory Concepts and Definitions
1
Chapter 2 Basic Principles of Polymer Molecular Weights
41
Chapter 3 Practical Aspects of Molecular Weight Measurements
74
Chapter 4 Effects of Polymer Isomerism and Confirmational Changes
122
Chapter 5 StepGrowth Polymerization
155
Chapter 6 Free Radical Polymerization
191
Chapter 7 Emulsion Polymerization
244
Chapter 8 Copolymerization
262
Chapter 9 Ionic and Coordinated Polymerizations
303
Chapter 10 Polymer Reaction Engineering
348
Chapter 11 Mechanical Properties of Polymer Solids and Liquids
375
Chapter 12 Polymer Mixtures
428
Appendix
466
List of Symbols
467
Index
475
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Alfred Rudin is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario. Professor Rudin spent 14 years with a large Canadian chemical company in research, development, and production. He joined the University of Waterloo chemistry department where he is now a Distinguished Professor Emeritus. He is the author or co-author of 295 research papers and 25 patents. Dr. Rudin is also a fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada, the Royal Society of Canada, and the Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology.

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