2 edition of Chemical reactions of polymers found in the catalog.
Chemical reactions of polymers
Edward Mackay Fettes
|Statement||edited by E. M. Fettes.|
|Series||High polymers, a series of monographs on the chemistry, physics and technology of high polymeric substances,, v. 19|
|LC Classifications||QD471 .F46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 1304 p.|
|Number of Pages||1304|
|LC Control Number||64017054|
Epoxy Resin. Epoxy resins are a family of monomelic or oligomeric material that can be further reacted to form thermoset polymers possessing a high degree of chemical and solvent resistance, outstanding adhesion to a broad range of substrates, a low order of shrinkage on cure, impact resistance, flexibility, and good electrical properties. which indicated that polymers of deﬁnite structure could be obtained by the use of classical organic chemical reactions, the properties of the polymer being controlled by the starting compounds . Whilst this was based on research in condensation compounds (see Section ) the principles hold good for addition Size: KB.
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Natural polymers – one of the most important natural polymers is DNA, the protein in your cells that makes you who you are! Some other things that come from naturally-occurring polymers are cotton, silk, rubber, paper, and leather. Rubber comes from a natural . The most important commercial reactions of alkenes are polymerizations, reactions in which small molecules, referred to in general as monomers (from the Greek monos, meaning “one,” and meros, meaning “parts”), are assembled into giant molecules referred to as polymers (from the Greek poly, meaning “many,” and meros, meaning “parts”).A polymer is as different from its monomer as.
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The book is very well written on the chemistry and physics of polymers. It is one of the very best books of the field. The new edition includes review questions, a bonus. This route, referred to as reactive processing, focuses on the use of suitable reactive modifier(s) and the adoption of conventional polymer processing machinery, an extruder or a mixer, as a chemical reactor, to perform in situ targeted reactions for chemical modification of preformed polymers.
In amorphous polymers at temperatures exceeding the glass temperature diffusion proves to be of major importance for long-distance migration. In a series of other examples, chemical reactions play a more important role, such as hydrogen atom transfer and radical decomposition.
About this book. Organic and Physical Chemistry of Polymers provides a thorough introduction to the fundamentals of polymers, including their structure and synthesis as well as their chemical and physical properties. This accessible guide illuminates the increasingly important role of polymers in.
In consideration of various chemical reactions of macromolecules, the reactivity of their functional groups must be compared to those of small molecules. The comparisons have stimulated many investigations and led to conclusions that functional groups exhibit equal reactivity in both large and small molecules, if the conditions are : A.
Ravve. The chemical properties of polymers are very similar to those of analogous small molecules. A functional group at-tached to a polymer chain generally reacts the same way it would if present in a monomer.
For example, an acid group can be esterified, an aromatic ring can be sulfonated, and an ally lie hydrogen can be abstracted by free radicals.
The rates at which these pendant groups undergo reactions Cited by: Fundamental concepts and reactions explained through polymers from plants and animals Macromolecular structures introduced via biological polymers Includes a course syllabus, study questions and exercises Extensive lab guidance and protocols for DNA isolation, amplification using PCR Full color figures shown throughout the text This book.
Polymer Science. This book explains the following topics: Polymers and the Environment, Emulsion Polymerization, Polymer Science Approach to Physico-Chemical Characterization and Processing of Pulse Seeds, Polymer Characterization with the Atomic Force Microscope, Nonconventional Method of Polymer Patterning, The Properties and Application of Carbon Nanostructures, Electrokinetic Potential and Other Surface Properties of Polymer.
specific chemical structures. The adoption of definite chemical structures for polymers has had far- reaching practical applications, because it has led to an understanding of how and why the physical and chemical properties of polymers change with the nature of the monomers from which they are synthesized.
This means thatFile Size: 1MB. As with most areas of science, names associated with reactions, particular chemical and physical tests, etc., were historically derived with few overall guiding principles.
Further, the wide diversity of polymer science permitted a wide diversity in naming polymers. Even though the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) has aFile Size: 6MB. Handbook of Biodegradable Polymers: Isolation, Synthesis, Characterization and Applications. Editor(s): An introductory section deals with such fundamentals as basic chemical reactions during degradation, the complexity of biological environments and experimental methods for monitoring degradation processes.
He has published more than. The book also contains new content on the latest developments in polymer characterisation methods as well as applications of polymers including co-ordination polymers and lithium-polymer batteries.
The book is essential reading for university students, teachers and scientists who wish to acquire an up-to-the-minute overview of polymer science Cited by: Chemical reactions of natural and synthetic polymers by M. Lazar, T. Bleha and J. Rychly, Ellis Horw. This cold-drawing treatment may also be used to treat polymer films (e.g.
Mylar & Saran) as well as fibers. Step-growth polymerization is also used for preparing a class of adhesives and amorphous solids called epoxy resins. Here the covalent bonding occurs by an S N 2 reaction between a nucleophile, usually an amine, and a terminal epoxide.
The subject matter of this volume has its roots in the early days of polymer chemistry when gun cotton and Parkesine were first developed. Indeed, its roots can ultimately be traced into anti quity, since, in commerce and daily life, man has always carried out reactions on polymers, e.
in primitive dyeing and tanning operations. Polymer Science. This book explains the following topics: Polymers and the Environment, Emulsion Polymerization, Polymer Science Approach to Physico-Chemical Characterization and Processing of Pulse Seeds, Polymer Characterization with the Atomic Force Microscope, Nonconventional Method of Polymer Patterning, The Properties and Application of Carbon Nanostructures, Electrokinetic.
Polymers are large molecules, a type of macromolecule. Their chemical properties are similar to those of simple molecules. For example, if the polymer contains a carbon-carbon double bond, as in poly(but-1,3-diene), it will undergo additions reactions with, say hydrogen or bromine.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fettes, Edward Mackay, Chemical reactions of polymers. New York, Interscience Publishers  (OCoLC) Chemical Reactions of Polymers.
Fettes, Ed. Interscience (Wiley), New York, xxii + pp. Illus. $40Author: H. Mark. Chemical reaction - Chemical reaction - Polymerization reactions: Polymers are high-molecular-weight compounds, fashioned by the aggregation of many smaller molecules called monomers.
The plastics that have so changed society and the natural and synthetic fibres used in clothing are polymers. There are two basic ways to form polymers: (a) linking small molecules together, a type of addition. Polymers are formed by linking monomers through chemical reaction — called polymerization.
You don’t end up with a unique molecule. i monomers chain of monomers i A → — (A-A-A)i/3— Homopolymer: all A identical • The most produced/used polymers are homopolymers of terminal alkenes. • Produced by radical polymerization.Unit 2: CHEMICAL BONDING, APPLICATION OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS and ORGANIC CHEMISTRY.
BONDING, STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES (k) the properties and uses of smart materials including thermochromic pigments, photochromic pigments, polymer gels, shape memory alloys and shape memory polymers; CRUDE OIL, FUELS AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY.Polymer Synthesis: Theory and Practice can be a useful and comprehensive book for finding starting-point experimental conditions for most polymerisations.
It should be considered for library acquisition, where it will serve many users." (R.A. Shanks, Magazine of the Royal Australian Chemical Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.