Polymer Chemistry, Second Edition

Paul C. Hiemenz, Timothy P. Lodge

Hardback
$85.56

eBook
from $48.00

February 15, 2007 by CRC Press
Textbook - 608 Pages - 400 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781574447798 - CAT# DK4670

FREE Standard Shipping!

was $106.95

$85.56

SAVE $21.39

Add to Cart
Add to Wish List

Features

  • Covers topics closest to what the authors use in their own courses
  • Builds upon principles taught in undergraduate chemistry courses, particularly organic and physical chemistry
  • Integrates concepts from physics, biology, materials science, chemical engineering, and statistics as needed
  • Incorporates new theories and experiments using the latest tools and instrumentation
  • Contains mathematical tools and step-by-step derivations for example problems A solutions manual is available with qualifying course adoptions
  • Summary

    “Highly recommended!” – CHOICE

    New Edition Offers Improved Framework for Understanding Polymers

    Written by well-established professors in the field, Polymer Chemistry, Second Edition provides a well-rounded and articulate examination of polymer properties at the molecular level. It focuses on fundamental principles based on underlying chemical structures, polymer synthesis, characterization, and properties.

    Consistent with the previous edition, the authors emphasize the logical progression of concepts, rather than presenting just a catalog of facts. The book covers topics that appear prominently in current polymer science journals. It also provides mathematical tools as needed, and fully derived problems for advanced calculations. This new edition integrates new theories and experiments made possible by advances in instrumentation. It adds new chapters on controlled polymerization and chain conformations while expanding and updating material on topics such as catalysis and synthesis, viscoelasticity, rubber elasticity, glass transition, crystallization, solution properties, thermodynamics, and light scattering.

    Polymer Chemistry, Second Edition offers a logical presentation of topics that can be scaled to meet the needs of introductory as well as more advanced courses in chemistry, materials science, and chemical engineering.