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Textbook of Polymer Science - Fred W. Billmeyer

Textbook of Polymer Science

Hardcover Published: 2nd May 1984
ISBN: 9780471031963
Number Of Pages: 608

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This Third Edition of the classic, best-selling polymer science textbook surveys theory and practice of all major phases of polymer science, engineering, and technology, including polymerization, solution theory, fractionation and molecular-weight measurement, solid-state properties, structure-property relationships, and the preparation, fabrication and properties of commercially-important plastics, fibers, and elastomers.

The Science of Large Molecules.

POLYMERIZATION.

Step-Reaction (Condensation) Polymerization.

Radical Chain (Addition) Polymerization.

Ionic and Coordination Chain (Addition) Polymerization.

Copolymerization.

Polymerization Conditions and Polymer Reactions.

CHARACTERIZATION.

Polymer Solutions.

Measurement of Molecular Weight and Size.

Analysis and Testing of Polymers.

STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES.

Morphology and Order in Crystalline Polymers.

Rheology and the Mechanical Properties of Polymers.

Polymer Structure and Physical Properties.

PROPERTIES OF COMMERICAL POLYMERS.

Hydrocarbon Plastics and Elastomers.

Other Carbon-Chain Polymers.

Heterochain Thermoplastics.

Thermosetting Resins.

POLYMER PROCESSING.

Plastics Technology.

Fiber Technology.

Elastomer Technology.

Appendixes.

Author and Subject Indexes.

ISBN: 9780471031963
ISBN-10: 0471031968
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 608
Published: 2nd May 1984
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 16.0  x 4.0
Weight (kg): 1.02
Edition Number: 1
Edition Type: Revised

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