Polymer Handbook

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This one-stop reference, now almost 2,000 pages, brings together all the data needed in theoretical and experimental polymer research. It is designed so the scientist doesn't have to search through multitudes of literature for information on polymers. Features:* Continues to be the only source for fundamental, validated property data of polymeric material* Explores the developments in the field since 1989, such as new pvt relationships and new co-polymer reactivity parameters* Includes 30% new data - which is ...
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Overview

This one-stop reference, now almost 2,000 pages, brings together all the data needed in theoretical and experimental polymer research. It is designed so the scientist doesn't have to search through multitudes of literature for information on polymers. Features:* Continues to be the only source for fundamental, validated property data of polymeric material* Explores the developments in the field since 1989, such as new pvt relationships and new co-polymer reactivity parameters* Includes 30% new data - which is more reliable and accurate due to advances in instruments* Improved nomenclature to aid indexing and search & retrieval

"...a one-stop reference bringing together all of the data in theoretical and experimental polymer research...continues to be the only source for fundamental, validated property data of polymeric material...with 30% new data."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471481713
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/6/2003
  • Edition description: Subsequent
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 1172
  • Product dimensions: 4.72 (w) x 11.02 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Table of Contents

Nomenclature
Units
Decomposition Rates of Organic Free Radical Initiators
Propagation and Termination Constants in Free Radical Polymerization
Transfer Constants to Monomers, Polymers, Catalysts and Initiators, Solvents and Additives, and Sulfur Compounds in Free Radical Polymerization
Photopolymerization Reactions
Free Radical Copolymerization Reactivity Ratios
Q and e Values for Free Radical Copolymerizations of Vinyl Monomers and Telogens
Patterns of Reactivity (U,V) Parameters for the Prediction of Monomer Reactivity Ratios and Transfer Constants in Radical Polymerization
Copolymerization Parameters of Metallocene-Catalyzed Copolymerizations
Rates of Polymerization and Depolymerization, Average Molecular Weights, and Molecular Weight Distribution of Polymers
Heats and Entropies of Polymerization, Ceiling Temperatures, Equilibrium Monomer Concentrations, and Polymerizatbility of Heterocyclic Compounds
Activation Energies of Propagation and Termination in Free Radical Polymerization
Activation Volumes of Polymerization Reactions
Activation Enthalpies and Entropies of Stereocontrol in Free Radical Polymerizations
Products of Thermal Degradation of Polymers
Radiation Chemical Yields: G Values
Physical Properties of Monomers
Isorefractive and Isopycnic Solvent Pairs
Refractive Indices of Common Solvents
Physical Constants of the Most Common Solvents for Polymers
Physical Data of Oligomers
Physical Constants of Rubbery Polymers
Physical Constants of Poly(ethylene)
Physical Constants of Poly(propylene)
Physical Constants of Fluoropolymers
Physical Constants of Poly(acrylonitrile)
Physical Constants of Poly(vinyl chloride)
Physical Constants of Poly(vinyl acetate)
Physical Constants of Poly(methyl methacrylate)
Physical Constants of Poly(styrene)
Physical Constants of Poly(oxymethylene)
Physical Constants of Poly(oxyethylene-oxyterephthaloyl), (Poly(ethylene terephthalate))
Physical Constants of Poly(oxytetramethylene-oxyterephthaloyl) and Copolymers with Tetramethylene Oxide Thermoplastic Elastomers
Physical Constants of Various Polyamides: Poly[imino(1-oxohexamethylene)], (Polyamide 6) Poly(iminoadipoyl-iminohexamethylene), (Polyamide 66), Poly(iminohexamethylene-iminosebacoyl), (Polyamide 610), Poly[imino(1-oxododecamethylene)], Poly(amide 12)
Physical Constants of Cellulose
Physical and Mechanical Properties of Some Important Polymers
Crystallographic Data and Melting Points for Various Polymers
Glass Transition Temperatures of Polymers
Rates of Crystallization of Polymers
Isomorphous Polymers Pairs
Miscible Polymers
Heat Capacities of High Polymers
Surface and Interfacial Tensions of Polymers, Oligomers, Plasticizers, and Organic Pigments
Permeability and Diffusion Data
Refractive Indices of Polymers
Radiation Resistance of Plastics and Elastomers
PVT Relationships and Equations of State of Polymers
Viscosity - Molecular Weight Relationships and Unperturbed Dimensions of Linear Chain Molecules
Sedimentation Coefficients, Diffusion Coefficients, Partial Specific Volumes, Frictional Ratios, and Second Virial Coefficients of Polymers in Solution
Polymolecularity Correction Factors
Polymer-Solvent Interaction Parameters
Concentration Dependence of the Viscosity of Dilute Polymer Solutions: Huggins and Schulz-Blaschke Constants
Theta Solvents
Fractionation of Polymers
Solvents and NonSolvents for Polymers
Specific Refractive Index Increments of Polymers in Dilute Solution
Particle Scattering Factors in Rayleigh Scattering
Dipole Moments of Polymers in Solution
Heat, Entropy and Volume Changes for Polymer-Liquid Mixtures
Heats of Solution of Some Common Polymers
Solubility Parameter Values
Optically Active Polymers
Anisotropy of Segments and Monomer Units of Polymer Molecules
Gelation Properties of Polymer Solutions
Abbreviations for Thermoplastics, Thermosets, Fibers, Elastomers and Additives
Chemical Abstract Registry Numbers and Online Database Searching for Polymer Literature
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