The Physics of Polymers [E-Book] : Concepts for Understanding Their Structures and Behavior / by Gert R. Strobl.
Strobl, Gert R., (author)
Second Corrected Edition.
Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer, 1997
XI, 439 p. online resource.
englisch
9783662034880
10.1007/978-3-662-03488-0
Full Text
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505 0 |a 1. The Constitution and Architecture of Chains -- 2. Single Chain Conformations -- 3. Liquid Equilibrium States -- 4. Metastable Partially Crystalline States -- 5. Mechanical and Dielectric Response -- 6. Microscopic Dynamical Models -- 7. Non-linear Mechanical Behavior -- 8. Yield Processes and Fracture -- Appendix: Scattering Experiments -- A.1 Fundamentals -- A.1.1 Basic Equations -- A.1.2 Time-Resolved Scattering Experiments -- A.2 Absolute Intensities -- A.3 Low Angle Scattering Properties -- A.3.1 Guinier’s Law -- A.3.2 Forward Scattering -- A.4 Special Polymer Systems -- A.4.1 Binary Mixtures and Block Copolymers -- A.4.2 Two-Phase Layer Systems -- A.5 Further Reading -- Glossary of Symbols -- Figure References. 
520 |a Polymer Physics is one of the key lectures not only in polymer science but also in materials science. Strobl presents in his textbook the elements of polymer physics to the necessary extent in a very didactical way. His main focus lays on the concepts of polymer physics, not on theoretical aspects or mere physical methods. He has written the book in a personal style evaluating the concepts he is dealing with. Every student in polymer and materials science will be happy to have it on his shelf. 
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