Polymer Data Handbook by James E. MarkPolymer Data Handbook by James E. Mark

Polymer Data Handbook

byJames E. Mark

Hardcover | June 5, 2009

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This new edition includes better values of properties already reported, properties not reported in time for the earlier edition, and entirely new properties becoming important for modern polymer applications. It also contains 217 total polymers, 20 of which are all-new, particularly inhigh-technology areas such as eletrical conductivity, non-linear optical properties, microlithography, nanophotonics, and electroluminescences. Examples of specific polymers include silsesquoxane ladder polymers, 'foldamer' self-assembling polymers, and block copolymers that phase separate into'mushrooms', ellipsoids, and sheets with on surface radically different in properties from the other.
James E. Mark is a Distinguished Research Professor at the University of Cincinnati. He has extensive research and consulting experience in the industry and has served as a Visiting Professor at several institutions. Dr. Mark's research interests pertain to the physical chemistry of polymers, including the elasticity of polymer network...
Title:Polymer Data HandbookFormat:HardcoverDimensions:1264 pages, 7.09 × 10.12 × 2.4 inPublished:June 5, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195181018

ISBN - 13:9780195181012

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Table of Contents

Acrylic polymersAddition polyimidesAliphatic polyamidesAliphatic polyestersAromatic nylonsAromatic polyamidesCage structure polymersCarbohydrate polymersChemical copolymersChiral aliphatic polyestersCofacial polymersComposite matrix resinsConjugated and other unsaturated polymersConjugated conducting polymersCyclic polymersDn-carborane siloxanesDendrimersDendritic polymersDendronsDiene elastomersDi-methyl silicones and siloxanesElectrically conductive polymersEngineering thermoplasticsEthylene copolymersFluroelastomersHomopolymersInorganic and semi-inorganic polymersN-substituted 1-nylonsPolyacetalsPolyaminesPolyanhydridesPolyaromaticsPolycarbosilanesPolyestersPolyethersPoly(ether sulfones)PolyformalsPolyheterocyclicsPoly(alpha-hydroxy esters)PolyimidesPoly(isocyanates)Poly(isocyanides)PolyketonesPolynitrilesPolyolefin copolymersPoly(alpha-olefins)Polypeptides and proteinsPolyphosphazenesPolysaccharidesPolysilanesPolysilazanesPolysiloxanesPolysulfidesPolyureasPolyurethanesRigid-rod polymersSaturated thermoplastic elastomersSiloxane ladder polymersThermoplasticsThermostat polymersTermoset resinsUnsaturated thermoplastic elastomersVinyl polymersVinylidene polymers