2 edition of Polymer solutions. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QD281.P6 T6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||56058616|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Part I. Dilute Solutions. Chapter 1. Polymer Solutions by Teraoka and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Polymer Solutions: an Introduction to .
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Teraoka's purpose in writing Polymer Solutions is twofold: to familiarize the advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate student with basic concepts, theories, models, and experimental techniques for polymer solutions; and to provide a reference for researchers working in the area of polymer solutions as well as those in charge of chromatographic characterization of by: About this book.
Polymer Solutions: An Introduction to Physical Properties offers a fresh, inclusive approach to teaching the fundamentals of physical polymer science. Students, instructors, and professionals in polymer chemistry, analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, engineering, materials, and textiles will find Iwao Teraoka’s text at.
For help in self-education the book adopts a "Questions and Answers" format. The mathematical derivation of each equation is shown in detail. For further reading, some original references are also given.
Numerous physical properties of polymer solutions are known to be significantly different from those of low molecular weight solutions. Polymer Solutions: An Introduction to Physical Properties offers a fresh, inclusive approach to teaching the fundamentals of physical polymer science.
Students, instructors, and professionals in polymer chemistry, analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, engineering, materials, and textiles will find Iwao Teraoka’s text at once accessible and highly detailed in its treatment of the.
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This book features a section on controlled radical polymerizations such as nitroxide, ATRP, RAFT/MADDIX, and CCT and includes material on. In addition, the Flory–Huggins theory for polymer solutions and their phase separation is treated more rigorously.
Part III. A completely new, major topic in this section is multicomponent polymer systems. The book also incorporates new material on macromolecular dynamics and reptation, liquid crystalline polymers and thermal by: in Polymer Solutions, published by Springer-Verlag inalthough some parts of it are now too old and classical and have only the sig- niﬁcance of historical Size: 2MB.
2 Thermodynamics of Dilute Polymer Solutions 69 Polymer Solutions and Thermodynamics 69 Flory-Huggins Mean-Field Theory 70 Model 70 Lattice Chain Model 70 Entropy of Mixing 72 Parameter 72 Interaction Change Upon Mixing 74 Free Energy, Chemical Potentials, and Osmotic Pressure At Polymer Solutions Group, we strive to make our customers’ products the best they can be.
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In the narrow shear rate range, the rheology of the polymer solution can be adequately approximated by both the power-law (m= Pa s n and n=) and the Bingham plastic model (τ 0 = Pa and μ B = mPa s.
The book contains a collection of typical experimental data and their comparison with current theories, molecular or phenomenological, a summary of recent advances in the physics of concentrated polymer solutions and melts, and an elementary account of the renormalization group theory as applied to dilute Edition: 1.
Chapter 4 Polymer solutions Introduction Solution: any phase containing more than one component.(gas, liquid or solid) Polymer solution is important: • Classical analyses of polymers are conducted on dilute solutions size exclusion chromatography osmometry, viscometry light scattering.
• Application: adhesives and Size: KB. Besides this excellent book by Stevens the other good textbooks for one semester university polymer courses are: (1) "Introduction to Polymer Chemistry" 2nd or 3rd Edition by Charles E.
Carraher, Jr. (2) "Polymer Science and Technology" 2nd or 3rd Edition by Joel R. Fried (3) "Polymers" by David Walton and Phillip Lorimer (Oxford Chemistry Primers)Cited by: The final chapters describe the residual solvent content effect on dissolution kinetics of polymers; the application of excimer fluorescence to measure polymer-solvent interactions; and a general procedure for the calculation of thermodynamic properties of polymer solutions.
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The book contains a collection of typical experimental data and their comparison with current theories, molecular or phenomenological, a summary of recent advances in the physics of concentrated polymer solutions and melts, and an elementary account of the renormalization group theory as applied to dilute solutions.The book also reviews polymer solutions and fractionation, polyelectrolytes, and electrical properties of polymers.
The publication takes a look at the dielectric properties of polymers and .The viscosity-radius relationship for concentrated polymer solutions Dave E. Dunstan Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Melbourne, VICAustralia. [email protected] A key assumption of polymer physics is that the random chains polymers extend in flow.