5 edition of From Polymers to Plastics found in the catalog.
December 28, 2005 by VSSD .
Written in English
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van der Vegt. From Polymers to Plastics The two words in the title of this book, "polymers" and "plastics", could be considered as referring to two different worlds. In the world of polymers, the properties of chain molecules are in the focus of attention, and are subject of thorough theoretical studies.
From Polymers to Plastics The two words in the title of this book, “polymers” and “plastics”, could be considered as referring to two different worlds.
In the world of polymers, the properties of chain molecules are in the focus of attention, and are subject of thorough theoretical studies. The Science and Technology of Flexible Packaging: Multilayer Films from Resin and Process to End Use provides a comprehensive guide to the use of plastic films in flexible packaging, covering scientific principles, properties, processes, and end use considerations.
The book brings the science of multilayer films to the practitioner in a concise and impactful way, presenting the. The two words in the title of this book, “polymers” and “plastics”, could be considered as referring to two different worlds. In the world of polymers, the properties of chain molecules are in the From Polymers to Plastics book of attention, and are subject of thorough theoretical studies.
The two words in the title of this book, 'polymers' and 'plastics', could be considered as referring to two different worlds.
In the world of polymers, the properties of chain molecules are in the focus of attention, and are subject of thorough theoretical studies. This second edition of An Introduction to Plastics is the answer to manifold requests for an updated version by the readership.
Since publication of the first edition inthe field of plastics has seen tremendous development. Their manufacture and properties are discussed and correlated to the molecular and supermolecular properties of by: Book Description Blends of natural rubber with speciality synthetic rubbers, such as nitrile rubber and ethylene propylene rubbers, have, in the past, failed to combine the best properties of polymers, resulting in a poor return in terms of added value from the blending process.
Plastics and natural materials such as rubber or cellulose are composed of very large molecules called rs are constructed from relatively small molecular fragments known as monomers that are joined together. Wool, cotton, silk, wood and leather are examples From Polymers to Plastics book natural polymers that have been known and used since ancient times.
Other new topics include effects of chain entanglements, swelling of elastomers, polymer fibres, impact behaviour and ductile fracture.
Coverage of rubber-toughening of brittle plastics has also been revised and expanded. While this From Polymers to Plastics book adds many new concepts, the philosophy of the book. 1 Material Properties of Plastics Formation and Structure The basic structure of plastics (or polymers) is given by macromolecule chains, formulated from monomer units by chemical reactions.
Typical reactions for chain assembling are polyaddition (continuous or step wise) and condensation polymer-ization (polycondensation)  (Figure ). Since the previous edition, several new materials have been announced. Many of these materials result from metallocene catalyst technology.
In addition, developments also continue with condensation polymers with several new polyester type materials of interest for bottle-blowing and/or degradable plastics. If one material is a polymer, the other can be a glass, metal, air or another polymer. Many of the useful plastics are composites, obvious examples being rubber toughened and fiber-reinforced grades.
These additives are used to improve the mechanical properties of commodity plastics, allowing them to compete with engineering plastics. Polymer Science. This book explains the following topics: Polymers and the Environment, Emulsion Polymerization, Polymer Science Approach to Physico-Chemical Characterization and Processing of Pulse Seeds, Polymer Characterization with the Atomic Force Microscope, Nonconventional Method of Polymer Patterning, The Properties and Application of Carbon Nanostructures, Electrokinetic.
The Plastics Design Library series (PDL) is a collection of data books, reference works and practical guides covering plastics engineering, applications, processing, manufacturing, material selection, product design, recycling and waste, and innovative series is aimed at a wide range of engineers, R&D, and other professionals working primarily in the plastics industry, and.
Plastics and the Environment provides state-of-the-art technical and research information on the complex relationship between the plastic and polymer industry and the environment, focusing on the sustainability, environmental impact, and cost—benefit tradeoffs associated with different technologies.
The first of the book’s four sections. The book focuses on the development and use of biodegradable polymers and methods to enhance their performance characteristics, such as strength, flame retardance, and barrier properties.
An Introduction to Plastics. Plastics are used on a daily basis throughout the world. The word plastic is a common term that is used for many materials of a synthetic or semi-synthetic nature.
The term was derived from the Greek plastikos, which means “fit for molding.”. This book has been written in a concise manner to include all fundamental aspects of polymer science including recent inventions in polymerizations and polymers.
While plastics encompass a large number of materials, polyethylene and polypropylene are two of the major plastic types found in many consumer goods, from car parts to shopping bags to water pipes.
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Plastics suppliers, processors, those involved in the selection of plastics for various applications, industrial researchers, academia: the book has been used as a reference on Plastics Materials/Polymer Technology courses in numerous universities.
Bio-based Plastics presents an up-to-date overview of the basic and applied aspects of bioplastics, focusing primarily on thermoplastic polymers for material use. Emphasizing materials currently in use or with significant potential for future applications, this book looks at the most important biopolymer classes such as polysaccharides, lignin.
Plastics and natural materials such as rubber or cellulose are composed of very large molecules called polymers. Polymers are constructed from relatively small molecular fragments known as monomers that are joined together.
Wool, cotton, silk, wood and leather are examples of natural polymers that have been known and used since ancient times. Thoroughly updated, Introduction to Polymers, Third Edition presents the science underpinning the synthesis, characterization and properties of polymers.
The material has been completely reorganized and expanded to include important new topics and provide a coherent platform for teaching and learning the fundamental aspects of contemporary polymer science. This video describes the different plastic polymer types and their uses.
Surveying developments in coating polymers and plastics, this book examines proper materials selection, basic processing mechanics, process selection based on cost and coating mechanics, molding, and performance and durability assessments.
This text is a reference tailored for busy professionals or. The Good: Medical and Public Health Applications of Plastics. In medicine alone, the diversity of plastics’ uses is incredible. Prosthetics, engineered tissues, and microneedle patches for drug delivery are all possible with polymers [10, 11].In many sectors of society, plastics have replaced glass, wood, fibers, and metal in various products, including dishware, clothing, food packaging Cited by: The book is widely used by Machinery Manufacturers (OEM), Polymer Manufacturers, Processors & Traders in Plastic Industry.
The book provides an effective media of direct marketing and source of reaching your target customers. The books being widely popular are used repeatedly by the major decision makers as a desktop ready reckoner. The key difference between polymers and plastics is that plastic is a specific type of polymer.
Plastics are comprised of a long chain of polymers, where polymers are composed of smaller, uniform molecules. What Are Polymers. Polymers are lengthy chain compounds composed of monomers. A monomer is a molecule that can be bonded to other identical Location: N.
Industrial Ave, Osborne,KS. This second edition of An Introduction to Plastics is the answer to manifold requests for an updated version by the readership. Since publication of the first edition inthe field of plastics has seen tremendous development. Their manufacture and properties are discussed and correlated to the molecular and supermolecular properties of polymers.
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Plastics Books. Ozonation of Organic and Polymer Compounds. Bio-Based Polymers and Composites is the first book systematically describing the green engineering, chemistry and manufacture of biobased polymers and composites derived from plants. This book gives a thorough introduction to bio-based material resources, availability.
A polymer may be a natural or synthetic macromolecule comprised of repeating units of a smaller molecule (monomers). While many people use the term 'polymer' and 'plastic' interchangeably, polymers are a much larger class of molecules which includes plastics, plus many other materials, such as cellulose, amber, and natural rubber.
Plastics are composed of organic materials that are part of a group of materials known as polymers. Polymers can be subdivided into two groups - naturally occurring and man-made.
Plastics Engineered Product Design By D.V. Rosato. A comprehensive book which collates the experience of two well-known US plastic engineers. Enables engineers to make informed decisions.
Includes a unique chronology of the world of use of plastics is increasing year on year, and new uses are being found for plastics in many. You can check the following books: * Textbook of Polymer Science by Fred W.
Billmeyer * Polymer Chemistry by Charles E. Carraher * Plastics Materials by J.A. Brydson * The Chemistry of Polymers by John W. Nicholson * Principles of polymerization b.
The book describes the development and commercialization of materials with viscoelastic properties, placing particular emphasis on the scientific and technological differences between plastics and. The polymers are formed by joining together many monomers, like a long chain of paperclips, to form one long molecule.
Let’s look at a simple example to make this clearer. Polyethene is a plastic, or polymer, that is widely used in plastic shopping bags, plastic.
Artwork: Polymers are made from long chains of a basic unit called a monomer. Polyethylene (polythene) is made by repeating the ethene monomer over and over again. Types of plastics. Photo: Natural plastic: Sticky tape is made from cellulose, a natural polymer found in plants.
The first plastic sticky tape was developed in. WELDING ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY - Joining of Plastics and Composites - Mladen Sercer, Pero Raos ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) 2. Polymers Polymers are a group of organic, semi-organic, or (rarely) inorganic chemical substances containing many large polymer molecules (macromolecules) often form into a chain-like by: 1.For plastics, I would start with knowledge of the overarching discipline of Polymer Science.
For the most part, the field does get broken down into Polymer Chemistry, Polymer Physics, and Polymer Characterization. If you really wanted to be good.The seventh edition of this classic reference work once more provides a comprehensive overview of commercially available plastics materials.
Bridging the gap between theory and practice, it enables scientists to understand the commercial implications of their work as well as providing technologists with a theoretical background.
Since the previous edition, several new materials have been 4/5(4).