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Polymerization Processes and Polymer Materials I (Macromolecular Symposia)

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ContributionsZbigniew Florjanczyk (Editor), Stanislaw Penczek (Editor), Stanislaw Slomkowski (Editor), I. Meisel (Editor), C. S. Kniep (Series Editor), S. Spiegel (Series Editor), K. Grieve (Series Editor)
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ISBN 139783527303366

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Hardbound. The aim of this book is to show how to make use Pages: Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Chimica, Materiali ed Ingegneria Chimica “Giulio Natta”, Milano, Italy Interests: structural, morphological, thermal and modeling studies especially of synthetic polymers but also of biopolymers, small organic molecules, organometallics and inorganics by diffraction techniques, by other scattering approaches, microscopies and various spectroscopies.

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Polymer science and technology is not only a fundamental science but also important from the industrial and commercial point of view. The author has interwoven discussion of these subjects with the basics in polymer science and technology.

Testimony to the high acceptance of this book is that early demand required reprinting and updating of eachFile Size: 6MB.Polymerization is the process in which small molecules, called monomers, join chemically to produce a very large chain-like or network molecules, called a monomer molecules may all be alike, or they may represent two, three, or more different y at least monomer molecules must be combined to make a product that has certain unique physical properties—such as.The concept of polymer traces back to the years 's and is one of the most significant ideas of last century.

It has given great impulse to indus­ try but also to fundamental research, including life sciences. Macromolecules are made of sm all molecules known as monomers. The process that brings monomers into polymers is known as.