Properties of Polymers - Their Correlation with Chemical Structure; their Numerical Estimation and Prediction from Additive Group Contributions (4th ed)
D.W. van Krevelen and Klaas te Nijenhuis
This authoritative, widely cited book has been used all over the world. The fourth edition
incorporates the latest developments in the field while maintaining the core objectives of previous editions:
to correlate properties with chemical structure and to describe methods that permit the estimation and
prediction of numerical properties from chemical structure, i.e. nearly all properties of the solid, liquid,
and dissolved states of polymers.
Hardcover 1030 pp ISBN 9780080548197
Part I. General Introduction: A bird's-eye view of polymer science and engineering. Polymer properties.
Typology of polymers. Typology of properties. History.
Part II. Thermophysical properties of polymers.
Volumetric properties. Calorimetric properties. Transition temperatures. Cohesive properties
and solubility. Interfacial energy properties. Limiting viscosity number (intrinsic viscosity)
and related properties of very dilute solutions.
Part III. Properties of polymers in fields of force.
Optical properties. Electrical properties. Magnetic properties. Mechanical properties of solid polymers.
Part IV. Transport properties of polymers. Rheological properties of polymer melts.
Rheological properties of polymer solutions. Transport of thermal energy. Properties determining
mass transfer in polymeric systems. Crystallization and recrystallization.
Part V. Properties determining
the chemical stability and breakdown of polymers. Thermochemical properties. Thermal decomposition.
Chemical degradation. Environmental failure.
Part VI. Polymer properties as an integral concept.
Intrinsic properties in retrospect. Processing properties. Product properties (I):
mechanical behaviour and failure. Product properties (II): environmental behaviour and failure.
An illustrative example of end use properties: article properties of textile products.
Part VII. Comprehensive
tables. International system of units (SI). Survey of conversion factors.
Values of some fundamental constants. Physical constants of the most important solvents.
Physical properties of the most important polymers. Published data on "high performance" polymers.
Code symbols for the most important polymers. Trade names and generic names. Survey of group
contributions in additive molar quantities.
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