2 edition of Properties of polymers found in the catalog.
Properties of polymers
Dirk Willem van Krevelen
|Contributions||Hoftyzer, P. J.|
|LC Classifications||TA455 P58 K74|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||427|
This Springer Laboratory volume is a practical guide for scientists and students dealing with the measurement of mechanical properties of polymers at the nanoscale through AFM force-distance curves. In the first part of the book the reader will find a theoretical introduction about atomic force microscopy, focused on force-distance curves, and mechanical properties of polymers. The. Its limitations involve the choice of polymer/filler, limited filler distribution and thermal degradation of the host polymer. The properties of the polymer such as molecular weight, viscosity and chain length play a major role on the properties of the resulting composite product, hence influencing conclusions reached by different by: 2. Mechanical properties of polymers and composites by Lawrence E. Nielsen; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Composite materials, Mechanical properties, Polymeric composites, Polymers, Propriétés mécaniques, Polymères, Composites.
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The book covers the quantities that influence the transport of heat, momentum, and matter, particularly heat conductivity, viscosity, and diffusivity; properties that control the chemical stability and breakdown of polymers; and polymer properties as an integral concept, with emphasis on processing and product Edition: 3.
Sometime I want to find a handbook for polymer properties, but most of handbook only summerizes some common polymers. Thus, I can't find the information through th handbook, but this book gives more than one hundres types of polymers with broad fields such Cited by: A very comprehensive distillation of experimental polymer property knowledge into data that can be used to predict properties of polymers where no experimental data exist.
Fairly accurate and a great way to explore what-if scenarios to tweak existing polymers to enhance certain traits. An invaluable reference that relates structure to properties.5/5(3). Properties of Polymers This note covers the following topics: Physical structure of polymers, Small vs large molecules, Molecular features, Some physical technique for studying polymers, Molecular sizes and shapes and ordered structures, Polymer blends and copolymers, Polymer blends and copolymers, Regular chains and crystallinity, Morphology and motion, Morphology Morphology and motion.
The properties of polymers can be divided into three interdependent categories—intrinsic properties, processing properties, and product or article properties. Whereas intrinsic properties always refer to a substance, product properties refer to an entity; they also depend on size and shape.
Processing properties occupy an intermediate position. Properties of Polymers, Fourth Edition incorporates the latest developments in the field while maintaining the core objectives of previous editions: to correlate properties with chemical structure and to describe methods that permit the estimation and prediction of numerical properties from chemical structure, i.e.
nearly all properties of the solid, liquid, and dissolved states of polymers. Physical Properties of Polymers Handbook Structure. Theory. Thermodynamic Properties. Spectroscopy. Mechanical Properties. Reinforcing Phases. Melting point and glass transition temperature of polymer.
TABLE A Glass Transition Temperatures of Some Polymers Polymer T g (∘C) Polytetrafluoroethylene −97 Polypropylene(isotactic) + Polystyrene + Poly(methylmethacrylate)(atactic) + Nylon6,6 +57 Polyethylene(LDPE) − Polyethylene(HDPE) −90 Polypropylene(atactic) − From the standpoint of general physical properties, we usually recog- nize three types of solid polymers: elastomers, thermoplastic polymers, and thermosetting polymers.
Elastomers are rubbers or rubberlike elastic materials. Thermoplastic polymers are hard at room temperature, but on heating become soft and more or less fluid and can be Size: 1MB. 1 Material Properties of Plastics Formation and Structure The basic structure of plastics (or polymers) is given by macromolecule chains, formulated from monomer units by chemical reactions.
Typical reactions for chain assembling are polyaddition (continuous or step wise) and condensation polymer-ization (polycondensation)  (Figure ). Providing an updated and comprehensive account of the properties of solid polymers, the book covers all aspects of mechanical behaviour.
This includes finite elastic behavior, linear viscoelasticity and mechanical relaxations, mechanical anisotropy, non-linear viscoelasicity, yield. Book Title Structure and Properties of Polymer Films Book Subtitle Based upon the Borden Award Symposium in Honor of Richard S.
Stein, sponsored by the Division of Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry of the American Chemical Society, and held in Boston, Massachusetts, in April Editors.
Lenz; Series Title Polymer Science and. Polymers are materials with a seemingly limitless range of characteristics and colors. Polymers have many inherent properties that can be further enhanced by a wide range of additives to broaden their uses and applications.
Polymers can be made to mimic cotton, silk, and wool fibers; porcelain and marble; and aluminum and zinc. This book explains the following topics: Conductive Polymer-Based Membranes, Conducting Polymers in Sensor Design, Conducting Polymer Aerogels, Coating of Conducting Polymers on Natural Cellulosic Fibers, Electrical Properties of Polymer Light-Emitting Devices, Exfoliated Nanocomposites Based on Polyaniline and Tungsten Disulfide, Phenylenevinylene Systems, Intercalation of Poly into Lithium.
Modification of Polymer Properties provides, for the first time, in one title, the latest information on gradient IPNs and gradient copolymers. The book covers the broad range of polymer modification routes in a fresh, current view representing a timely addition to. Properties of Polymers, Third Edition by D.W.
van Krevelen. PDF, ePub eBook D0wnl0ad As a source of data and for estimation of properties to be expected this book is now widely used all over the world. "Principles of Polymers-An Advanced Book" The photoluminescence properties of such polymers were studied for the variation of concentration of the polymer solution and variation with.
This authoritative, widely cited book has been used all over the world. Properties of Polymers, Fourth Edition incorporates the latest developments in the field while maintaining the core objectives of previous editions: to correlate properties with chemical structure and to describe methods that permit the estimation and prediction of numerical properties from chemical structure, i.e.
nearly 5/5(2). "This edition of Physical Properties of Polymers Handbook is a mammoth undertaking with 63 chapters divided into nine parts and distinguished contributors with affiliations in industry, academia, and governmental agencies. The objectives of the book are very ambitious.
Mechanical Properties of Polymers and Composites, Second Edition. Robert F. Landel, Lawrence E. Nielsen. CRC Press, - Technology & Engineering - pages. 1 5/5(1). Providing an updated and comprehensive account of the properties of solid polymers, the book covers all aspects of mechanical behaviour.
This includes finite elastic behavior, linear viscoelasticity and mechanical relaxations, mechanical anisotropy, non-linear viscoelasicity, yield behavior and fracture. Viscoelastic behavior reflects the combined viscous and elastic responses, under mechanical stress, of materials which are intermediate between liquids and solids in character.
Polymers the basic materials of the rubber and plastic industries and important to the textile, petroleum, automobile, paper, and pharmaceutical industries as well exhibit viscoelasticity to a pronounced : John D. Ferry. Properties of Polymers, Fourth Edition incorporates the latest developments in the field while maintaining the core objectives of previous editions: to correlate properties with chemical structure and to describe methods that permit the estimation and prediction of numerical properties from chemical structure, i.e.
nearly all properties of the solid, liquid, and dissolved states of : Elsevier Science. Some of the useful properties of various engineering polymers are high strength or modulus to weight ratios (light weight but comparatively stiff and strong), toughness, resilience, resistance to corrosion, lack of conductivity (heat and electrical), color, transparency, processing, and low cost.
The tacticity of a polymer chain can have a major influence on its properties. Atactic polymers, for example, being more disordered, cannot crystallize. One of the major breakthroughs in polymer chemistry occurred in the early s when the German chemist Karl Ziegler discovered a group of catalysts that could efficiently polymerize ethylene.
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Sweeney is the author of An Introduction to the Mechanical Properties of Solid Polymers, 2nd Edition, published by Wiley. "About this title" may belong to another edition of this title.5/5(1). Its objectives, as for the previous two editions, are to correlate properties with chemical structure and to describe methods that permit the estimation and prediction of numerical properties from chemical structure, i.e.
nearly all properties of the solid, liquid and dissolved states of are chapters and sub-chapters discussing. Perhapsthemostnatural test of amaterial’s mechanical properties is the tensiontest,in which astriporcylinderofthematerial,havinglengthLandcross-sectionalareaA,isanchoredatone end and subjected to an axial load P – a load acting along the specimen’s long axis – at the other.
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This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search. A polymer (/ ˈ p ɒ l ɪ m ər /; Greek poly- "many" + -mer, "part") is a large molecule, or macromolecule, composed of many repeated subunits.
Due to their broad range of properties, both synthetic and natural polymers play essential and ubiquitous roles in everyday life. Polymers range from familiar synthetic plastics such as polystyrene to natural biopolymers such as DNA and proteins that.
Thermal Properties of Polymers. In the amorphous region of the polymer, at lower temperature, the molecules of the polymer are in, say, frozen state, where the molecules can vibrate slightly but are not able to move significantly. This state is referred as the glassy state.
In this state, the polymer is brittle, hard and rigid analogous to glass. This article covers the thermal analysis and thermal properties of engineering plastics with respect to chemical composition, chain configuration, conformation of the base polymers, processing of the base polymers with or without additives; and the response to chemical, physical, and mechanical stresses of base polymers as unfilled, shaped.
Mechanical)Properties)of) Polymers) Kamyar)Davoudi) October, Materials)Science)Seminar. If you are more interested in real world properties of polymers actually used, I can highly recommend: Polymer materials: Macroscopic Peoperties and Molecular Interpretations by J.
Halary et. Fundamentals, Properties, and Applications of Polymer Nanocomposites - by Joseph H. Koo October Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
Fundamentals, Properties, and Applications of Polymer by: 2. polymers are the backbone of four major industries viz. plastics, elastomers, fibres and paints and varnishes. The word ‘polymer’ is coined from two Greek words: poly means many and mer means unit or part.
The term polymer is defined as very large molecules having high molecular mass (u). These are also referredFile Size: 1MB. This book covers polymerisation and polymers at a basic level, with emphasis on the delineation of the concepts and their relevance in practical terms.
Highlighting the attractive features of polymers as engineering materials, it should appeal to those involved in learning and teaching as well as those working in the polymer-related industry/5(26). Polymers are widely applied in fields ranging from biomaterials to automobile components.
Tailoring surface properties such as chemical composition, hydrophilicity, roughness, crystallinity, lubricity and cross-linking density are required for the success in these applications. While polymers have excellent bulk material and mechanical Cited by: 5.
This book covers properties, processing, and applications of conducting polymers. It discusses properties and characterization, including photophysics and transport. It then moves to processing and morphology of conducting polymers, covering such topics as printing, thermal processing, morphology evolution, conducting polymer composites, thin filmsCited by: 6.
Journal of Materials Scie – Author: Joseph H. Koo.