Crystallization of polymers, Equilibrium concepts by Leo Mandelkern

By Leo Mandelkern

Within the Crystallization of Polymers, 2d version, Leo Mandelkern offers a self-contained, finished and up to date therapy of polymer crystallization. All sessions of macromolecules are integrated and the method is thru the elemental disciplines of chemistry and physics. The e-book discusses the thermodynamics and actual homes that accompany the morphological and structural adjustments that happen whilst a set of molecules of very excessive molecular weight are reworked from one kingdom to a different. quantity I is a presentation of the equilibrium options that function a foundation for the next volumes.

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2 ◦ C. 4 Morphological features 21 Fig. 12 Electron micrograph of linear polyethylene (Mv = 50 000) isothermally crystallized at 89 ◦ C from a dilute tetralin solution. (Courtesy of Dr. R. V. Rice) Most interesting is the fact that chain axes are preferentially ordered normal or nearly normal to the basal planes of the lamellae. The lamellar habit is typical of crystallites formed by homopolymers. Such structures are central to the understanding of molecular morphology and properties. Of particular interest and importance is the nature of the interphase between the crystalline and noncrystalline regions.

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