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Long-term properties of polymers and polymeric materials
|Statement||editors Bengt Rånby (and) Jan F. Rabek.|
|Series||Applied polymer symposia -- 35|
|Contributions||Rånby, Bengt., Rabek, J. F.|
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Long-Term Properties of Polymers and Polymeric Materials [Ranby, Bengt; Rabek, Jan F. [Editors]] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Long-Term Properties of Polymers and Polymeric MaterialsAuthor: Jan F.
[Editors] Ranby, Bengt; Rabek. Anyone who wants to gain a real understanding of the mechanical properties of polymers and composite materials should own [this book]. "Polymer Letters Edition "It is a pleasure to record the appearance of thisbook on polymers and compositesthe author has presented much useful material in a stimulating and readily assimilable form Cited by: The toughness of polymer material.
Strain Stress (MPa) Highly elastic (elastomer) Ductile polymer (semi crystalline polymer /plastic/high temperature thermoplastic) Brittle polymer (Glassy polymer/low temperature thermoset) Figure A Stress–strain behavior of different types of materials.
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.
This note explains the following topics: Introduction to Polymer Science, Chain Structure and Configuration, Molecular Weights and Sizes, Concentrated Solutions and Phase Separation Behavior, The Amorphous State, The Crystalline State, Polymers in the Liquid Crystalline State, Glass-Rubber Transition Behavior, Cross-linked Polymers and Rubber.
About this book. This handbook offers concise information on the properties of polymeric materials, particularly those most relevant to the areas of physical chemistry and chemical physics.
In the second edition of Physical Properties of Polymers Handbook, each chapter has been extensively updated and revised.
Physical Properties of Polymers Handbook brings together the work of experts from different disciplines who are contributing to the growing area of /5(2).
Description: Polymer science is a large and rapidly developing branch of modern materials chemistry. This book is a thoroughly revised and up-dated third edition of a well established textbook. Written by seven of the leading figures in the polymer science community it discusses the diverse physical states and associated properties of polymers.
About this book. Introduction. This handbook offers concise information on the properties of polymeric materials, particularly those most relevant to the areas of physical chemistry and chemical physics.
In the second edition of Physical Properties of Polymers Handbook, each chapter has been extensively updated and revised. This text, now in its second edition, offers an up-to-date, expanded treatment of the behaviour of polymers with regard to material variables and test and use conditions.
It highlights general principles, useful empirical rules and practical equations.;Detailing the specific behaviour of many common polymers, the text: places emphasis on time and frequency dependence over 5/5(1). Transport Properties in Polymers - CRC Press Book From the Authors IntroductionDiffusion is one of the few manageable nonequilibrium pro- cesses during which matter is transported through a system.
Traditionally, diffusion is studied in physical chemistry; however, the fundamental understanding of diffusion processes is not possible without involvi. Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume Properties of Solid Polymeric Materials, Part A covers knowledge in the critical areas of polymeric materials.
The book provides a background in polymer structure and morphogenesis, and discusses rubberlike elasticity, a phenomenon thermodynamically unique to long-chain Edition: 1. Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume Properties of Solid Polymeric Materials, Part B covers knowledge in critical areas of polymeric materials.
The book discusses the anisotropie elastic behavior of crystalline polymers; the mechanical properties of glassy polymers; and the fatigue behavior of engineering Edition: 1.
Dear Colleagues, Further to the success of the Special Issue of Polymers “Thermal properties and applications of polymers”, we are delighted to reopen the Special Issue, now entitled “Thermal properties and applications of polymers II”. Over Long-term properties of polymers and polymeric materials book past decades, thermal analysis has become a key analytical and characterization tool in the field of materials sciences and.
The wide spectrum of physical, mechanical, and chemical properties provided by polymers has fueled the extensive research, development, and applications of polymeric biomaterials. The significance of polymers as biomaterials is reflected in the market size of medical polymers, estimated to be approximately $1 billion.
The Structure of Polymers. Many common classes of polymers are composed of hydrocarbons, compounds of carbon and hydrogen.
These polymers are specifically made of carbon atoms bonded together, one to the next, into long chains that are called the backbone of the polymer. 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 Author: John D. Ferry. Various types of polymeric materials were used for the same. Such polymeric materials will be classified as per site of targeting and properties of the polymeric materials.
The present chapter intends to focus on various polymeric materials used for targeted delivery of. 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 ).
Polymeric materials - structure, properties, applications [Book Review] Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine 18(4).
A primary reason that polymer properties are different is because the chemical compositions of metals, polymers and ceramics are totally different. Polymers are composed of non-metallic elements, found at the upper right corner of the periodic table.
Carbon is the most common element in Size: KB. A highly self-healable polymeric system with enhanced mechanical properties is prepared by blending conventional polyurethane (PU) with functional polyimide (PI).
PU and PI synthesized in this study are miscible with each other and the thermal stability of the self-healable blend (PUPI) is improved by incorporation of PI into PU. Interestingly, on adding only a small amount of PI Author: Seoyun Lee, Pyong Hwa Hong, Jinsil Kim, Kiwon Choi, Gyeongmin Moon, Jungsoon Kang, Sungkoo Lee, Jae.
Electrical Properties of Polymers. we present the first results from a systematic study of the dynamics of two novel polymeric acrylic materials having.
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. Polymer Sciences *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. From tohe was the director for plastics material technology at the University of Kassel. Sincehe has been the director of the Institute of Polymer Technology at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.
He has more than international publications and 15 books specializing in polymer technology processing and design. 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.
This book considers the raw materials used to build the polyurethane polymeric architecture. It covers the chemistry and technology of oligo-polyol fabrication, the characteristics of the various oligo-polyol families and the effects of the oligo-polyol structure on the properties of.
In fact, today, many applications of polymers require not only specific properties, such as mechanical and thermal, but also have to present intelligent multifunctional properties, such as shape memory or the ability to repair themselves between others, thus obtaining advanced polymer systems.
Most polymeric systems with advanced properties. Polymers are used over a wide range of temperatures and the effects of temperature and impact of types of loads over a long service time on the physical, electrical, and thermal expansion properties must be established before a thermoplastic material can be used for a particular product application.
This chapter details how plasma treatments can be used to tailor the wettability of polymers. A plasma is an excited gas, and exposure of a polymer to a plasma discharge generally results in an enhancement in surface energy and associated with this is an increase in wettability.
The effect however can be short lived due to hydrophobic recovery. In this review the use of both Cited by: 5. Electrical Properties of Polymers describes the electric phenomena responsible for determining the chemical and supramolecular structure of polymers and polymeric materials.
The authors explore the properties of quasi-static dipoles, reviewing Brownian motion, Debye theory, Langevin and Smoluchowski equations, and the Onsager model. Low-Temperature Properties of Polymers systematizes the available materials on polymers.
This book also describes the main trends in the investigation of interrelated properties of polymers, such as thermal (heat capacity, thermal conductivity, and thermal expansion), acoustical, dielectric, and viscoelastic, which maintain the physical properties of polymers at.
Topic 7. Polymeric materials (I) The properties of polymers depend on multiple factors: Monomeric nature (families of polymers) Number of monomeric units (molecular weight) and its distribution Monomeric functionality (branches and crosslinking) Relative positions of the groups (tacticity and changes in shape)File Size: 2MB.
Polymer materials are viscoelastic in nature and their properties are highly dependent on time, temperature and stress. As a simple illustration, the long term fatigue strength of polycarbonate is only 14% of the short term tensile strength quoted on manufacturers’ data sheets.
Polymer Properties Since many polymers are made of long, flexible chains, they become easily tangled, much like a bowl of cooked spaghetti. The disordered tangling of the polymer. Polymer science is a large and rapidly developing branch of modern materials chemistry.
This book is a thoroughly revised and up-dated third edition of a well established textbook. Written by seven of the leading figures in the polymer science community it discusses the diverse physical states and associated properties of polymers.
Polymeric Materials. A structural engineer who wishes to use adhesives must understand at least the rudiments of polymer chemistry, in much the same way that a structural engineer working with metal alloys must understand at least the rudiments of metallurgy.
A brief introduction to polymer material science is given in the following File Size: KB. This data is used to obtain information about the compressibility and volumetric expansion of polymeric materials.
If the data are obtained under equilibrium, they are fundamental thermodynamic properties of the material. The data are seen to reflect transitions as the material moves from one physical state to another.
Viscoelastic properties of polymers includes a very detailed description of polymer rheology, covering both the mechanical aspects of rheometers, as well as the description of molecular basis of viscoelasticity.
The book is highly recommended to everyone embarking on a career in polymer viscoelasticity.5/5(4). Physical Properties of Polymers Physical Properties of Polymers FORCES BETWEEN POLYMER CHAINS Polymers are produced on an industrial scale primarily, although not exclu- sively, for use as structural materials.
Their physical properties are partic- ularly important in determining their usefulness, be it as rubber tires, sidingsFile Size: 1MB.Physical Properties of Polymers Handbook: James E. Mark: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.
Books. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Deals Store Coupons 4/5(1).Typically, polymeric materials are characterized as elastomers, plastics, or rigid polymers depending on their mechanical properties.  The tensile strength, yield strength, and Young's modulus are measures of strength and elasticity, and are of particular interest for describing the stress-strain properties of polymeric materials.