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chemistry of high polymers [by] H.W. Melville, and Surface chemistry [by] E.K. Rideal.

H. W. Melville

chemistry of high polymers [by] H.W. Melville, and Surface chemistry [by] E.K. Rideal.

by H. W. Melville

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Published by W. Heffer for Oil and Colour Chemists" Association in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adsorption.,
  • Polymers and polymerization

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSurface chemistry
    ContributionsRideal, Eric K. Sir, 1890-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD281 P6 M46
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76p.
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16684872M

    Figure 1 (from Chemistry in Context) shows a single monomer, and a polymer made of identical monomers linked together. A polymer can contain hundreds of monomers, totaling thousands of atoms. Examples of naturally-occurring polymers are silk, cotton, . 2 Fundamentals of polymer chemistry The last four decades have seen major advances in the characterisation of polymers. Apart from increased sophistication in methods of measuring molec-ular weight, such as the cryoscopic and vapour pressure methods, almost the whole range of the spectrum has been called into service to elucidate polymer structure.

    Polymer Chemistry Online A-Z. This polymer chemistry online book has been recently added to CROW's polymer database. The objective of this online book is to provide an introduction to polymer chemistry. All articles are presented online in HTML and are organized by scientific and engineering field and each article is interlinked to related topics. , Introduction to Polymer Chemistry Page 4 Classification of polymers: Polymers (synthetic) 1) Thermoplastics (plastics) — linear, some cross -linking can be melted and reformed on heating a) Amorphous — no ordered structure b) Semi -crystalline — compo sed of microscopic crystallites — domains of crystalline structure.

    For his contributions to chemistry, Staudinger received the Nobel Prize. The terms polymer and monomer were derived from the Greek roots poly (many), mono (one) and meros (part). Recognition that polymeric macromolecules make up many important natural materials was followed by the creation of synthetic analogs having a variety of properties. The Melville Laboratory for Polymer Synthesis provides the leading role in innovative polymer synthesis in Cambridge University. The Melville labs are based within the Department of Chemistry, with new state-of-the-art facilities which opened in November The Melville is now home to two research groups, with over 45 post-graduate and post.


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Chemistry of high polymers [by] H.W. Melville, and Surface chemistry [by] E.K. Rideal by H. W. Melville Download PDF EPUB FB2

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