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Author: Professor Joseph Powers,Richard S Stein
ISBN: 1860944124
Language: English
Pages: 414 pages
Category: Engineering
Publisher: Imperial College Pr (May 30, 2006)
Rating: 4.7
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Richard S. This book can serve as an introduction to students interested in learning the techniques used in developing mathematical models of physical phenomenon in polymers; or it can furnish the background information to the experienced professional desiring to broaden his/her knowledge of polymers. The senior author presented material in this book to students interested in learning the fundamental mathematics underlying many areas of polymer physics and in lectures to audiences with varying backgrounds in polymer physics.

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Topics in polymer physics. Book · January 2006 with 11 Reads. Cite this publication. 4 can be divided into three separate zones, depending on the molecular response of the polymer to the level of applied strain (Stein and Powers, 2006; Dowling, 2007): i) Within Zone I, the response to load is instantaneous and elastic, since the deformations are recoverable upon load removal; ii) Deformations within Zone II are still recoverable, but not instantaneously.

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The text presents up-to-date developments are reflected throughout in this presentation of the topic. This book is an introduction to the modern theory of polymer physics. It describes basic concepts and methods to discuss the statistical properties of the assembly of chain-like molecules. It is suitable for graduate students.

This book can serve as an introduction to students interested in learning the techniques used in developing mathematical models of physical phenomenon in polymers; or it can furnish the background information to the experienced professional desiring to broaden his/her knowledge of polymers. The senior author presented material in this book to students interested in learning the fundamental mathematics underlying many areas of polymer physics and in lectures to audiences with varying backgrounds in polymer physics. Too many times, the basic equations are presented in final form from either lack of space or the assumption that the derivation is widely disseminated and does not require repetition. A wide variety of topics are covered, from the statistical physics and thermodynamics of polymers, to the optical and electrical behavior of polymers, as well as spectroscopy techniques for polymers.A website for the book is available at the URL: http: //web.mac.com/rsstein1/iWebThis contains pages describing the book, the authors, information about important polymer scientists, links to additional material, book corrections, and recent developments