2 edition of Molecular behaviour and the development of polymeric materials found in the catalog.
Molecular behaviour and the development of polymeric materials
by Chapman and Hall
Written in English
|Statement||ed. by A. Ledwith and A. M. North.|
|Contributions||North, A M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||553|
Next, this volume presents the rheological behavior of structurally complex polymeric materials including miscible polymer blends, block copolymers, liquid-crystalline polymers, thermoplastic polyurethanes, immiscible polymer blends, perticulare-filled polymers, organoclay nanocomposites, molten polymers with dissolved gas, and thermosts. 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 pronounced degree.4/5(1).
As the ability to control materials moves to molecular dimensions, the expectations for composite materials will grow. Rather than relying on incorporation of macroscopic particles or fibers as discussed above, one can hope to create important marriages between disparate materials that will allow the development of new material properties. Featuring contributions from more than 1, scientists from all over the world, the book discusses a vast array of subjects related to the: synthesis, properties, and applications of polymeric materials development of modern catalysts in preparing new or modified polymers modification of existing polymers by chemical and physical processes.
Materials that respond to thermal, optical, molecular, electrical and mechanical stimuli have been reported 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and these properties have been used for the development . International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search Stable conductive and biocompatible scaffold development using graphene oxide (GO) doped polyaniline (PANi) Books; Keep up to date. Register to receive personalised research and resources by email.
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It begins with molecular-level considerations and then progressively builds the reader's knowledge with discussions of bulk properties, mechanical behavior, and processing methods. Following a brief introduction, Fundamental Principles of Polymeric Materials is divided into four parts.
Polymer Chemistry. (Book Reviews: Molecular Behaviour and the Development of Polymeric Materials)Cited by: 2. Fundamental Biomaterials: Polymers provides current information on findings and developments of biopolymers and their conversion from base materials to medical devices.
Chapters analyze the types of polymers and discuss a range of biomedical applications. It is the first title in a three volume set, with each reviewing the most important and commonly used classes of biomaterials and providing. This book describes the properties of single polymer molecules and polymeric materials and the methods how to characterize them.
Molar masses, molar mass distributions and branching structure are discussed in detail. These properties are decisive for a deeper understanding of structure/properties relationships of polymeric materials.
The materials presented are intended to set a stage for the subsequent chapters by introducing the basic concepts and principles of rheology, from both phenomenological and molecular perspectives, ofstructurally simple flexible and homogeneous polymeric liquids.
In book: Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering, Edition: Jan Reedijk, ElsevierChapter: Characterization Techniques for Polymeric Materials, Editors: Reedijk.
A recurring theme has been the often dominating influence of the time-temperature-dependent behaviour of polymeric materials upon both the mechanics and mechanisms of fracture. Hundreds of design formulas applicable to scaling up the processing behavior of polymeric melts are presented.
The book also provides a "working knowledge" description of major rheological test methods useful in product development and includes a useful glossary of polymer and test method/instrumentation definitions. A more realistic description of polymer behaviour is obtained with a four-element model consisting of Maxwell and Voigt elements in series (Fig.
(c)).By combining the above equations, the total strain experienced by this model is given by. Main Group Strategies towards Functional Hybrid Materials features contributions from top specialists in the field, discussing the molecular, supramolecular and polymeric materials and applications of boron, silicon, phosphorus, sulfur, and their higher homologues.
Hypervalent materials based on the heavier main group elements are also covered. Polymeric materials releasing nitric oxide have attracted significant attention for therapeutic use in recent years.
As one of the gaseous signaling agents in eukaryotic cells, endogenously generated nitric oxide (NO) is also capable of regulating the behavior of bacteria as well as biofilm formation in many metabolic pathways.
To overcome the drawbacks caused by the radical nature of NO. Molecular bottlebrushes are building blocks for the design of unique polymeric materials whose physical properties are fundamentally governed by their densely grafted structures.
Recent developments in the area of reversible deactivation radical polymerization enabled facile and effective control over multiple molecular parameters. Owing to large molecular size, anisotropic conformation.
It begins with molecular-level considerations and then progressively builds the reader's knowledge with discussions of bulk properties, mechanical behavior, and processing methods. Following a brief introduction, Fundamental Principles of Polymeric Materials is divided into four parts: Part 1: Polymer Fundamentals.
Part 2: Polymer Synthesis. The classical division of polymeric materials into thermoplastics and thermosets based on covalent network structure often implies that these categories are distinct and irreconcilable.
Yet, the past two decades have seen extensive development of materials that bridge this gap through incorporation of dynamic crosslinks, enabling them to behave as both robust networks and moldable plastics.
"The book chapters are well selected, clearly written and well-organized and address a broad group of readers, including students, industrial scientists, and university scholars involved in the areas of biomaterials; polymer science, materials, and engineering; surface and colloidal science, coatings, nano- and biotechnology, sensors and actuators.".
Doshi, F. Jäkle, in Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry II (Second Edition), Supramolecular Polymers via Reversible Covalent B–O Bond Formation. In the field of supramolecular materials, the reversibility of covalent B–O bond formation is distinct processes have been explored, that is, the reaction of boronic acids with diols and the condensation of three.
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This book addresses students of polymer and materials science, as well as other natural sciences. Besides this educational value, it will also serve as a valuable monograph for everyone dealing with polymers and polymeric materials, from research, over development, to applications.
show more.During the melt processing, polymeric materials are subjected to various rigorous conditions such as high shear deformation and relatively high temperature that could trigger chemical transformation which subsequently leads to molecular degradation and structural development as well as flows through narrow and complex geometries (Ariff, ).Shape and structure dictate a polymer material’s behavior—how strong it is, how flexible, how responsive to temperature and even whether it can conduct electricity.
From the molecular shape itself—star, comb or brush—to how those molecules are arranged, our researchers are finding new ways to build polymers to unlock coveted properties that will provide the foundation for innovations.