Polymers: The Origins and Growth of a Science

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Courier Corporation, 2002. jan. 1. - 306 oldal
The finest history of the subject describes early concepts of molecular structure; molecular weight; colloids; addition polymerization; natural polymers; beginning of polymer-based industries; the work of Staudinger, Mark, Carothers, and other pioneers in defining the macromolecule; plus more recent advances in polymerization. 1985 edition.
 

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Berzelius Coins a Name
3
Early Observations of Addition Polymerization
16
Molecular Weights
26
Natural Macromolecules
32
Colloids
47
Beginnings of a Polymer Industry
53
The Beginnings of a Synthetic Rubber Industry
63
The Impact of XRay Crystallography
70
5 The Elasticity of Flexible Chain Polymers
148
Polyelectrolytes
157
Free Radical Polymerization
169
Ionic and Coordination Polymerization
182
Advances in Poly condensation and Ring
193
The Impact of Spectroscopy
214
Polymer Solutions
221
Polymers in Bulk
241

Staudingers Struggle for Macromolecules
86
New Methods for the Determination of the Molecular Weight
99
Poly condensation
113
Addition Polymerization
124
Advances in the Understanding of Proteins
139
Epilogue
252
References
254
Name Index
287
Subject Index
301
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