1 edition of Polymer Modification found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Proceedings of an ACS-PMSE Division Symposium held in Orlando, Florida, August 21-25, 1996|
|Statement||edited by Graham Swift, Charles E. Carraher, Christopher N. Bowman|
|Contributions||Carraher, Charles E., Bowman, Christopher N.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (IX, 212 p.)|
|Number of Pages||212|
This book documents the proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Polymer Surface Modification: Relevance to Adhesion held under the auspices of MST Conferences, LLC in Orlando, FL, June , Polymers are used for a variety of purposes in a host of technological applications and even a cursory look at the literature will evince thaCited by: 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 Morphology and motion.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The topic of polymer surface modification is of tremendous contemporary interest because of its critical importance in many and varied technological applications where polymers are used. Currently there is brisk research activity in unraveling the mechanisms of surface modification and finding ways to prolong the life of surface : Kash L. Mittal.
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Polymer Modification: Principles, Techniques, and Applications (Plastics Engineering) [Meister, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Polymer Modification: Principles, Techniques, and Applications (Plastics Engineering)Cited by: Book Description "Describes new modification methods and applications for natural, synthetic, thermoplastic, and thermoset polymers that result from economic forces, commercial processes, and the latest research and development.
By John Meister - Polymer Modification: Principles, Techniques, and Applications (P () [Hardcover] [John Meister] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. By John Meister - Polymer Modification: Principles, Techniques, and Applications (P () [Hardcover]Reviews: Modification of Polymer Properties provides, for the first time, in one title, the latest information on gradient IPNs and gradient copolymers.
The book covers the broad range of polymer modification routes in a fresh, current view representing a timely addition to the technical literature of this important cturer: William Andrew.
Modification of Polymer Properties provides, for the first time, in one title, the latest information on gradient IPNs and gradient copolymers.
The book covers the broad range of polymer modification routes in a fresh, current view representing a timely addition to. "Describes new modification methods and applications for natural, synthetic, thermoplastic, and thermoset polymers that result from economic forces, commercial processes, and the latest research and development.
Features chemical and physical technologies such as sulfonation, alkylation, acid/base hydrolysis, hydrogenation, stress orienting, annealing, crystallization, and more."4/5(1). An Empirical and Modeling Study of Boron Speciation in Solution with a Reactive Dendrimeric Polymer Bryan M. Smith, Paul Todd, Christopher N.
Bowman Pages Post-polymerization modification, also known as polymer-analogous modification, is an alternative approach to overcome these limitations. It is based on the polymerization of monomers with functional groups that are inert towards the polymerization conditions but allow a quantitative conversion in a subsequent reaction step yielding a broad.
This book chronicles the proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Polymer Surface Modification: Relevance to Adhesion held Newark, New Jersey, MayPolymeric materials are 4/5(1).
In modern polymer science a variety of polymerization methods for the direct synthesis of polymers bearing functional groups are known. However, there is still a large number of functional groups that may either completely prevent polymerization or lead to side reactions. Post-polymerization modification, also known as polymer-analogous modification, is an alternative approach to overcome.
Modified Polymers, their Preparation and Properties and problems of polymer modification and the reactivity of functional groups of macromolecules.
The final chapter is devoted to the separation and characterization of block and graft copolymers by thin-layer chromatography. Modified Polymers, Their Preparation and Properties brings.
After an initial introduction to bitumen and polymer modified bitumen, the book is divided into two parts.
Chapters in part one focus on the preparation and properties of a range of polymer modified bitumen, including polymer bitumen emulsions, modification of bitumen with poly (urethanes), waste rubber and plastic and polypropylene fibres.
A guide to modifying and functionalizing the surfaces of polymers Surface Modification of Polymers is an essential guide to the myriad methods that can be employed to modify and functionalize the surfaces of polymers.
The functionalization of polymer surfaces is often required for applications in sensors, membranes, medicinal devices, and : Hardcover. With contributions from leading researchers from industry, academia, and private research institutions, this book serves as a one-stop reference for this field—from print ink manufacture to polymer surface modification and characterization; and from printing methods to applications and end-of-life issues.
This book addresses surface modification techniques, which are critical for tailoring and broadening the applications of naturally occurring biopolymers.
Biopolymers represent a sustainable solution to the need for new materials in the auto, waste removal, biomedical device, building material, defense, and paper industries.
Abstract. Polymers of natural origin (gums, fibers, skins) have been used by man since prehistoric times. The technology of improving the useful qualities of such materials was developed empirically without benefit of the unifying conceptual framework of by: This book provides leading edge research on improvements of functional properties of polyester, modifications of unsaturated polyester resins, and polyester usage in construction and in automotive application areas in the form of fiber, resin, and composite.
The book also covers the characterization of unique features of polyester found by. Polymer modifications represent a valuable synthetic approach to unique polymer compositions, structure, and properties not readily available by the direct polymerization of monomers.
Modified polymeric products already exist in the commercial world (modified celluloses, for example) so the approach is not new. Polymer surfaces can easily be modified by, e.g., plasma discharge, whereas the bulk properties remain unchanged.
This modification leads to oxidation of the treated layer and creation of new chemical groups that mainly contain oxygen. Immediately after plasma treatment, the values of the contact angles of the modified polymer significantly Cited by: 6.
Additionally, the novel classification according to modification of specific polymer properties rather than filler chemical composition will provide a better understanding of the relationships between processing, structure and properties of products containing functional fillers and the identification of new markets and applications.
Plasma modifications to polymer surfaces are characterized by their weak stability over time, as polymer surfaces tend to return to their original chemical state . The extent of surface modification is a measure of free surface energy change, which can be simply detected by a contact angle technique, based on wettability by selected Cited by: 9."The book, I found, covers a wide range of topics, all of value to a technologist seeking further knowledge of polymer structures, their creation and subsequent accreditation.
it is a goldmine of information on the various processes for generating known polymer structures – again, well presented .Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.Polymer Modification scroll down Kraton polymers are blended with plastics such as styrenics, polyolefins and engineering thermoplastics to improve performance, particularly impact, by toughening these plastics at low or room temperatures.