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New Linear polymers

Henry Lee

New Linear polymers

by Henry Lee

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby H. Lee, D. Stoffey, K. Neville.
ContributionsStoffey, Donald., Neville, Kris.
The Physical Object
Pagination374p.
Number of Pages374
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20310650M

Handbook of Polymers, Second Edition, presents normalized, up-to-date polymer data in a consistent and easily referenceable new edition represents an update of the available data, including new values for many commercially available products, verification of existing data, and removal of older data where it is no longer useful. This book presents a comprehensive study on a new class of branched polymers, known as hyperbranched polymers (HBPs). It discusses in detail the synthesis strategies for .

Synthetic polymers based on long chain molecules have been investigated intensively for over 50 years. They have found important applications as plastics, fibres, rubbers and other materials. The chain molecules may be simple linear structures or they may be branched or cross-linked. 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. New to this edition is coverage of polymer nanocomposites, and molecular interpretations.

a)Linear polymers b)Branched-chain polymers c) Cross-linked or network polymers a) Linear polymers Polymers made up of a straight and long chain of monomeric units. Example: Teflon, nylon, polyester, polyvinyl chloride, etc. b) Branched-chain polymers Linear polymers branch out in-between to form branched chain polymers. Example: glycogen, starch, low-density polyethylene, etc. c) Cross-linked. Novel linear supramolecular polymers, based on the combination of two classical binding interactions: the quadruple hydrogen bonding ureidopyrimidinone units and crown ether–paraquat host–guest recognition motifs, have been constructed from two heteroditopic monomers.


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