5 edition of Self-order and form in polymeric materials found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by A. Keller, M. Warner, and A. H. Windle.|
|Contributions||Keller, A., Warner, M., Windle, A. H., Royal Society (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||QD382.C78 S45 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||95176167|
Polymer hydrogels are a rapidly developing group of materials, gaining wide application in different fields, such as pharmaceuticals, medicine, and agriculture. This chapter provides information and a classification of synthetic polymer hydrogels in accordance Cited by: 1. Structural polymers are susceptible to damage in the form of cracks, which form deep within the structure where detection is difficult and repair . This book addresses students of polymer and materials science, as well as other natural sciences. Besides this educational value, it will also serve as a valuable monograph for everyone dealing with polymers and polymeric materials, from research, over development, to applications. The powder form of the visible light-polymerized and autopolymerized, powder-liquid type materials consists of poly (ethyl methacrylate), poly (methyl methacrylate), or poly (methyl methacrylate/ethyl methacrylate), along with a peroxide initiator, and by: 5.
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Lamellae and their organisation in melt-crystallized polymers - D C Bassett. Self-order in flexible non-mesogenic macromolecules - Y K Godovsky and N N Self-order and form in polymeric materials book.
Spontaneous ordering in polymeric nematic liquids and solids - M Warner. Modelling of form in thermotropic polymers - A H Windle, H E Assender, M Self-order and form in polymeric materials book Lavine.
Self-order in flexible non-mesogenic macromolecules - Y K Godovsky and N N Makarova. Spontaneous ordering in polymeric nematic liquids and solids - M Warner.
Modelling of form in thermotropic polymers - A H Windle, H E Assender, M S Lavine. Polymeric Materials: Stru has been added to your Cart Add to Cart.
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The authors managed to compile a book that covers most fundamental aspects of polymer chemistry, physics and polymeric materials including polymer engineering and processing. 22 chapters successfully contribute to that task, which is not an easy : Advanced Science News.
The preparation, properties and applications of self-reinforced polymeric materials (SRPMs), representing an emerging family of composite materials, are surveyed.
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In addition, major applications related to these blends and IPNs are mentioned. An important example of self order in polymers is that of nematic order.
I discuss the development of nematic order and the profound effect it has on the form of such polymeric materials. Essential in building nematic polymers is the incorporation of rod-like. Polymeric materials (I) 1. INTRODUCTION: DEFINITION POLYMER “Organic compound, natural or synthetic, with high molecular weight made of repetitive structural units ” Large size chains formed from the covalent union of various monomer units (macromolecule) PLASTIC 1.
Polymer whose fundamental property is plasticity (thermoplastic).File Size: 2MB. Featuring contributions from experts at some of the world's leading academic and industrial institutions, Advanced Polymeric Materials: Structure Property Relationships brings into book form a wealth of information previously available primarily only within computer programs.
In a welcome narrative treatment, it provides comprehensive coverage of pCited by: Polymer morphology refers to the overall form of a polymer structure, the arrangement and microscale ordering of polymer chains in space.
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Transition metal containing polymers. Organic-inorganic hybrid materials Organometallic magnets. Crystals and Crystallinity in Polymers introduces two new concepts in crystallinity and crystals in synthetic polymers. First, crystallinity in polymeric materials is compatible with the absence of true three-dimensional long-range order.
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Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume Properties of Solid Polymeric Materials, Part A covers knowledge in the critical areas of polymeric materials.
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This multicontributor volume reviews the state-of-the-art in this important. This textbook also covers such hot topics as photonic polymers, electricity conducting polymers, polymeric materials for immobilization of reagents and drug release, organic solar cells, and organic light emitting diodes.
Polymeric Materials Polymeric materials can be classified in a variety of ways.2 First, polymers are often classified, based on their origin, into natural and synthetic (and sometimes includ-ing a third category of seminatural or synthetic modifica-tions of natural polymers).
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This book will review synthesis, mechanisms, ultimate properties, physico-chemical properties, processing and applications of such high performance materials needed in advanced technologies. Topics covered includes: Polyimides Based on Diaminotriphenylmethane, BPDA-PDA Polyimide, Chemical and Physical Properties of Polyimides, Controlling.
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In a welcome narrative. Gottfried Ehrenstein obtained a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University in Hannover, Germany. He was employed for 10 years within the Technical Plastics Application Department at BASF AG.
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ganic polymers are increasingly important precursor materials in such approaches. The present book was prepared to provide an introduction to the ﬁeld of inorganic polymers. There has long been a need for such a book, as opposed to the ready avail-ability of numerous other books, that are highly specialized and written for scientists.
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