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Physics of Polymer Networks


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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 11/2013
Edizione: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992


Theory of phantom networks — topology, structure, elasticity: New and open problems.- Structural properties of randomly crosslinked polymer networks.- The dynamics of tire tread compounds and their relationship to wek skid behavior.- Relaxation in permanent networks.- Do local motions influence rheological properties near the gelation threshold?.- On the dynamics of moderately and lightly crosslinked polymer networks.- A new approach to polymer networks including finite chain extensibility, topological constraints, and constraints of overall orientation.- Formation of networks — a lattice model for kinetic growth processes.- Gelation and 1,1-transition in three-dimensional condensation and chain polymerization.- Effect of thermal history on amylose gelation.- Rheological, potentiometric and 23Na NMR studies on pectin-calcium systems.- The formation of semiinterpenetrating polymer networks by photoinduced polymerization.- Observation of the curing process of epoxy resins by inverse gas chromatography.- Fluorescence probe studies during the curing of epoxy systems.- Conditions of formation and equilibrium swelling of polymer networks formed by protein macromolecules.- Cross-link fluctuations: NMR properties and rubber elasticity.- Segmental orientation in filled networks.- Field-cycling NMR relation spectroscopy of molten linear and cross-linked polymers Observation of a T 1 ? ?0.25 law for semi-global chain fluctuations.- Segmental orientation of "long" and "short" chains in strained bimodal PDMS networks: A 2H-NMR study.- Small chains in a deformed network. A probe of heterogeneous deformation?.- Aggregation of free chains within a deformed network: A SANS study.- Trapped entanglements in polymer networks and their influence on the stress-strain behavior up to large extensions.- Physical and chemical network effects in polyurethane elastomers.- Influence of the thermodynamical quality of the solvent on the properties of polydimethylsiloxane networks in swollen and dry states.- Triblock copolymers, mesogels and deformation behavior in poor solvents.- Microemulsion mediated polymer networks.- Theory of the mechanical and swelling properties of elastomers with chemical and physical networks.- The effect of free branches on the collapse of olyelectrolyte networks.- Local order and statistics of a polymer chain in an external electric field.- Charge photogeneration in carbazole-containing compounds and valency bands of oligomers.- The peculiarities and nature of large-scale motion of highly crosslinked polymers.- FTIR spectroscopy studies on epoxy networks.- Influence of imidazole on the structure of epoxy amine networks.- Epoxy polymer networks: Relaxation processes and crack resistance.- Fluorescence study of interpenetrating network morphology of polymer films.- Kinetic regularities of polymer network thermal degradation.- Interpenetrating polymer networks based on EVA copolymer and PMMA.- Fast segmental dynamics in poly(methyl metharcrylate)-polyurethane interpenetrating networks.- Thermally and mechanically activated degradation of polyesterurethane networks. Analysis of molecular weight distribution functions.- The solidification of bulk and solution cast segmented polyurethanes.


Physics of Polymer Networks presents the proceedings of the 29th Europhysics Conference on Macromolecular Physics held in Merseburg, Germany. The main topics of this volume are: - Theory of networks; - Formation of networks; - Sol-gel transition; - Experimental investigations on structure and properties of polymer networks.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science
Dimensioni: 279 x 210 mm Ø 648 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:22 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 249
Pagine Romane: viii

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