Polymer Networks: Principles of Their Formation, Structure and Properties
Springer, 1998 - Science - 343 pages
Written by an international team of authors with a strong emphasis on the underlying chemistry, this book forms a timely, concise, and accessible evaluation of the fundamentals of polymer network formation, structure, and properties, and how these three aspects are interrelated.
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Figure 2.8 Illustrating the competition between intramolecular and intermolecular
reaction in an A + B polymerization: ctal is the internal concentration of a given
molecule (i.e. total mutual concentration due to all pairs of A and B groups on the
For each constituent linear subchain in a non-linear macromolecule or for each
species of macromolecule, a source-based name is assigned according to the
rules for naming homopolymer or copolymer molecules [2,5]. 3. The names of the
Note When the content of the crosslinking monomer is high, the macro- molecule
is treated as a copolymer molecule. Examples: 2. 1 ne/-polybutadiene-i/-sulfur (
polybutadiene vulcanized with sulfur) 2.2 ne/-polystyrene-!/-divinylbenzene ...
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Nonlinear polymerization gelation and network formation
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