Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, Molecular by John M. Chalmers, Robert J. Meier

By John M. Chalmers, Robert J. Meier

Written via professional individuals from the educational and business sectors, this ebook offers conventional and smooth techniques to polymer characterization and research. The emphasis is on pragmatics, challenge fixing and estate decision; real-world purposes supply a context for key ideas. The characterizations concentrate on natural polymer and polymer product microstructure and composition.

  • Approaches molecular characterization and research of polymers from the point of view of problem-solving and polymer estate characterization, instead of from a method championing approach
  • Focuses on supplying a method to ascertaining the optimal process or technique(s) to resolve a problem/measure a estate, and thereby improve an analytical competence within the molecular characterization and research of real-world polymer products
  • Provides heritage on polymer chemistry and microstructure, discussions of polymer chain, morphology, degradation, and product failure and additive research, and considers the helping roles of modeling and high-throughput analysis

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From the early ‘‘Principles of polymer chemistry’’ book of Flory, the first edition of which dates from 1953 [9], numerous other books have been written on the subject, among which a few examples are referenced [3,10,11]. In addition to biological reactions, there are two main mechanisms of building synthetic polymers from their monomers: addition (or chain) polymerisation and step polymerisation. Schematically, synthesizing a polymer can be compared to playing dominos. On the one hand, it can be done by aligning a long series of them on their smallest face, then, by a small push on the first one (initiation), inducing a concerted falling down (propagation).

Once formed the crosslinked networks resist heat and solvent attack. Such properties make thermosets suitable materials for composites, coatings and many adhesive applications. Major examples of thermosets include epoxy resins, phenol-formaldehyde resins, urea/melamine formaldehyde resins and unsaturated polyesters. 1 Glass transition Matter is made from atoms or molecules, for which the spatial arrangements depend on cohesion (energy from interaction forces) and thermal energy, which is proportional to temperature.

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