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The Physics of Polymer Interactions

The Physics of Polymer Interactions
  • Author : Jean Pierre Ibar
  • Publsiher : Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
  • Release : 07 October 2019
  • ISBN : 1569907110
  • Pages : 464 pages
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 ratings
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Understanding of polymer interactions is important for effective processing of plastics and their blends, mixing with nanoparticles, and understanding of their mechanical and physical (e.g., electrical) properties. This book describes a new physics of interactions in polymers that challenges existing theories, and explains the concept of entanglement in a very different way. Rheology is formulated with different parameters defi ning the physics of dual-phase and cross-dual-phase. The rubbery behavior of thermoplastics is explained quite differently to conventional theory. Rheo-fluidification experiments which are applicable to industry (injection molding, extrusion, sheet forming, etc.) are described and analyzed, including molding under conditions of reduced viscosity (up to several hundred percent). The application of this theory to industry has already been proven by a number of successful derived inventions.


The Physics of Polymer Interactions

The Physics of Polymer Interactions
  • Author : Jean Pierre Ibar
  • Publisher : Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
  • Release : 07 October 2019
GET THIS BOOKThe Physics of Polymer Interactions

Understanding of polymer interactions is important for effective processing of plastics and their blends, mixing with nanoparticles, and understanding of their mechanical and physical (e.g., electrical) properties. This book describes a new physics of interactions in polymers that challenges existing theories, and explains the concept of entanglement in a very different way. Rheology is formulated with different parameters defi ning the physics of dual-phase and cross-dual-phase. The rubbery behavior of thermoplastics is explained quite differently to conventional theory. Rheo-fluidification


Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces

Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces
  • Author : IRINA A. STAROSTINA,Oleg V Stoyanov,Rustam Ya Deberdeev
  • Publisher : Apple Academic Press
  • Release : 31 March 2021
GET THIS BOOKPolymer Surfaces and Interfaces

This book presents the analysis of up-to-date techniques used for the determination of acid-base properties in view of their applicability to examination of solid organic and inorganic surfaces. The studies have been carried out by the authors since 1993, showing experimental data on surface properties of more than 150 polymers, such as carbocatenary and heterochain polymers, copolymers and their blends, as well as different epoxy and rubber compositions used in adhesive joints. The adhesive ability of metal-polymer systems based on epoxy compositions,



Colloids and the Depletion Interaction

Colloids and the Depletion Interaction
  • Author : Henk N.W. Lekkerkerker,Remco Tuinier
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 23 May 2011
GET THIS BOOKColloids and the Depletion Interaction

Colloids are submicron particles that are ubiquitous in nature (milk, clay, blood) and industrial products (paints, drilling fluids, food). In recent decades it has become clear that adding depletants such as polymers or small colloids to colloidal dispersions allows one to tune the interactions between the colloids and in this way control the stability, structure and rheological properties of colloidal dispersions. This book offers a concise introduction to the fundamentals of depletion effects and their influence on the phase behavior


Physics of Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces

Physics of Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces
  • Author : Isaac C. Sanchez,Lee E. Fitzpatrick
  • Publisher : Anonim
  • Release : 14 April 1992
GET THIS BOOKPhysics of Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces

Physics of Polymer Surfaces and Interfaces emphasizes current theoretical ideas and modern experimental tools for characterizing the physical properties of polymer surfaces and interfaces. Foremost are their important roles in polymer technology throughthe processes of wetting, adhesion, adsorption, and through their effect on the kinetics of phase separation and mechanical mixing of molten polymers. Each of the 14 chapters in this book stands as a 'mini-review' of a specific subject. This up-to-date compendium of the most significant theoretical and experimental works








Group Interaction Modelling of Polymer Properties

Group Interaction Modelling of Polymer Properties
  • Author : David Porter
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 08 February 1995
GET THIS BOOKGroup Interaction Modelling of Polymer Properties

Describes a consistent set of relations between the structure of polymers and their commercially important thermal and mechanical properties for engineering applications--facilitating the development of a framework of polymer physics to explore new application areas without prior correlations. Includes methods for the easy calculation of input parameters and tabulates the most important parameters for 250 polymers.



Polymer Translocation

Polymer Translocation
  • Author : M. Muthukumar
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 19 April 2016
GET THIS BOOKPolymer Translocation

Polymer translocation occurs in many biological and biotechnological phenomena where electrically charged polymer molecules move through narrow spaces in crowded environments. Unraveling the rich phenomenology of polymer translocation requires a grasp of modern concepts of polymer physics and polyelectrolyte behavior. Polymer Translocation discusses universal features of polymer translocations and summarizes the key concepts of polyelectrolyte structures, electrolyte solutions, ionic flow, mobility of charged macromolecules, polymer capture by pores, and threading of macromolecules through pores. With approximately 150 illustrations and 850 equations, the