Principles Of Polymer Engineering

Author: N. G. McCrum
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198565267
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Answers to problems Chapter 1 1.1 (1) 56000 (2) 46000 (3) 97000 (4) 56000 (5)
44000 (6) 86000 1.2 (1), (2), (5), and (6). 1.3 (1) H P >C=C/ \C=C< polyacetylene
H \ I H/ H , (2) ~1II—(CH2)5—fiI—- nylon 6 H n (3) [—CHZCHZO - ],I poly(ethylene
oxide) *r *r C C //\/\ O O O poly(maleic anhydride) (1) and (4) form stereoisomers.
1.4 Cis and trans isomers formed by addition at carbons 1,4. Also 1,2 and 3,4
addition products, both of which exhibit stereoisomerism. 1.5 Reduced
crystallinity ...

Fundamental Principles Of Polymeric Materials

Author: Stephen L. Rosen
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
ISBN: 9780471575252
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It also includes a large number of helpful end-of-chapter problems with worked-out answers that illustrate practical applications of the material. New to this Second Edition is a collection of timely features, including: .

Introduction To Polymers Third Edition

Author: Robert J. Young
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439894159
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While this edition adds many new concepts, the philosophy of the book remains unchanged. Largely self-contained, the text fully derives most equations and cross-references topics between chapters where appropriate.

Principles Of Polymer Processing

Author: Zehev Tadmor
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470355921
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Compare your answers to the P1–P2 and P2–P3 transducer values appearing in
Fig. 13.5. 13.4 “Packing” Flow during Injection Molding Based on the pressure
values recorded in Fig. 13.5 and assuming that during the period 1.5 s < t < 3 s
no appreciable skin has been formed at the positions of the transducer P1, P2,
and P3, obtain an estimate of the “packing flow rate” both from P1–P2 or P2–P3.
Use the runner and gate dimensions given in Problem 13.3. The fluid can be
assumed ...

Principles Of Polymer Science

Author: P. Bahadur
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ISBN: 9781842650844
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Principles of Polymer Science is an attempt to familiarize readers to the fascinating world of polymers.

Principles Of Polymer Design And Synthesis

Author: Wei-Fang Su
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642387306
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Problems. 1. A copolymer of propylene and vinyl chloride contains 35wt.%
chlorine. What is the molar ratio of vinyl chloride to propylene in the copolymer? 2
. What kind of polymer can you deduce from the following IR spectrum? 4000
3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 Wavenumber (cm-1) 3. One stereoregular ...
How would you distinguish between the following two polymers by IR and NMR?
... Please use a spectroscopic method to determine the following and explain
your answer.

Polymer Modification

Author: John Meister
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824700782
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Principles, Techniques, and Applications John Meister. Appendix l: Answers to
Problems and Exercises Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5
Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 1 1 Chapter 12
Chapter 13 735 740 747 750 752 754 756 757 760 762 765 766 774 Chapter 1:
Introduction 1. A polymer is large molecule made 733 Appendix I: Answers to
Problems and Exercises.

Introduction To Polymer Science And Chemistry

Author: Manas Chanda
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466553847
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Answer: (a) System: A3(1 mole) + A4(1 mole) + B2(4 moles) 32x1+42><1 E.
5.139; I I 3.571 q ( ) fA 3><1 + 4><1 22x2 E. 5.140; = — q( ) fB 2X2 3x1 + 4x1 Eq.(
5.136): r I — I 0.875 2x4 1 liq-(5149): (PA)gel I pc I i I 0.667 {0.875(3571 — 1)(2
— 1)}1/2 [of Problem 5.28(a): (pA)gel I 0.676] (b) System: A(2moles) + A2(3
moles) + A3(3 moles) + B1(2moles) + B2(1 mole) + B4(3 moles) From Eqs. (5.139
), (5.140), and (5.136): fA I 2.412, fB I 3.375, and r I 1.062 Then from Eq. (5.149): (
pA)gel I [76 ...

Polymer Processing

Author: Donald G. Baird
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118354729
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First of all we cannot revolutionize the area of teaching polymer processing as
the principles do not change. What we have done, however, is make the material
more accessible for solving polymer processing design problems. Many times
there ... of polymer processes. The subroutines have been made relatively “user-
friendly, ” and by following the examples and the descriptions of each subroutine
given in Appendix D solutions are readily available to a number of complex
problems.