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The Physics of Polymers

Concepts for Understanding their Structures and Behavior
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ISBN-13:
9783540252788
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
15.02.2007
Seiten:
518
Autor:
Gert R. Strobl
Gewicht:
951 g
Format:
241x161x38 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The Physics of Polymers presents the elements of this important segment of material science, focusing on concepts above experimental techniques and theoretical methods. The book introduces and discusses the basic phenomena which lead to the peculiar physical properties of polymeric systems.
The Physics of Polymers presents the elements of this important segment of material science, focusing on concepts above experimental techniques and theoretical methods. Written for graduate students of physics, material science and chemical engineering and for researchers working with polymers in academia and industry, the book introduces and discusses the basic phenomena which lead to the peculiar physical properties of polymeric systems. The revised and expanded Third Edition includes a new chapter dealing with conjugated polymers, explaining the physical basis of the characteristic electro-optic response, and the spectacular electrical conduction properties of conjugated polymers created by doping. Polyelectrolyte solutions with their special properties caused by Coulomb forces are newly treated, in chapters dealing with ordering phenomena, the unusually high viscosity and the superswelling of gels. The chapter on melt crystallization has been rewritten to present new findings, and formulate and interpret the deduced laws.
Constitution and Architecture of Chains.- Single Chain Conformations.- Polymer Solutions.- Polymer Blends and Block Copolymers.- The Semicrystalline State.- Mechanical and Dielectric Response.- Conjugated Polymers.- Microscopic Dynamics.- Non-Linear Mechanics.- Deformation, Yielding and Fracture.
The Physics of Polymers presents the elements of this important segment of material science, focusing on concepts above experimental techniques and theoretical methods. Written for graduate students of physics, material science and chemical engineering and for researchers working with polymers in academia and industry, the book introduces and discusses the basic phenomena which lead to the peculiar physical properties of polymeric systems. The revised and expanded Third Edition includes a new chapter dealing with conjugated polymers, explaining the physical basis of the characteristic electro-optic response, and the spectacular electrical conduction properties of conjugated polymers created by doping.