4 edition of Structures and properties of rubberlike networks found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 351-354) and indexes.
|Statement||Burak Erman & James E. Mark.|
|Series||Topics in Polymer Science|
|Contributions||Mark, James E., 1934-|
|LC Classifications||QD382.P67 E75 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||96048699|
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This article focuses on the rubberlike elasticity of elastomers, with particular emphasis on rubberlike materials that exhibit high deformability and recoverability. It begins with a discussion of the variety of practical ways to form and characterize a rubber-elastic network, including random chemical crosslinking, highly specific chemical end-linking, polymerizations with multi-functional Author: James E. Mark, Burak Erman. Structure and Properties of Fat Crystal Networks. DOI link for Structure and Properties of Fat Crystal Networks. Structure and Properties of Fat Crystal Networks book. By Alejandro G. Marangoni, Leendert H. Wesdorp. Edition 2nd Edition. First Published eBook Published 25 September Pub. location Boca Raton. Imprint CRC Press.
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The present book has much in common with its predecessor, in particular its strong emphasis on molecular concepts and theories. Similarly, only equilibrium properties are covered in any detail. Though this book treats much of the same subject matter, it is a more comprehensive, more up-to-date, and somewhat more sophisticated by: Rubber elasticity is an important sub-field of polymer science.
This book is in many ways a sequel to the authors' previous, more introductory book, Rubberlike Elasticity: A Molecular Primer (Wiley-Interscience, ), and will in some respects replace the now classic book by L.R.G. Treloar, The Physics of Rubber Elasticity (Oxford, ). Structures and properties of rubberlike networks.
[Burak Erman; James E Mark] -- 'Rubber elasticity is an important sub-field of polymer science. This book is in many ways a sequel to the authors' previous, more introductory book, Rubberlike Elasticity: A Molecular Primer.
Structures and Properties of Rubberlike Networks (Topics in Polymer Science) Burak Erman, James. Mark. Rubber elasticity is an important sub-field of polymer science. This book is in many ways a sequel to the authors' previous, more introductory book, Rubberlike Elasticity: A Molecular Primer (Wiley-Interscience, ), and will in some respects replace the now classic book by L.R.G.
Treloar. This book is in many ways a sequel to the authors' previous, more introductory book, Rubberlike Elasticity: A Molecular Primer (Wiley-Interscience, ), and will in some respects replace the now classic book by L.R.G.
Treloar, The Physics of Rubber Elasticity (Oxford, ). The present book has much in common with its predecessor, in particular its strong emphasis on molecular concepts and. Structure and Properties of Rubberlike Networks By Burak Erman (Bogazici University) and James E.
Mark (University of Cincinnati). Oxford University Press: New York. xiii + pp. $ ISBN Guy C. BerryAuthor: Guy C. Berry. Get this from a library. Structures and Properties of Rubberlike Networks. [Burak Erman; James E Mark] -- Rubber elasticity is an important sub-field of polymer science. This book is a sequel to the authors' previous, introductory book, "Rubberlike Elasticity: A Molecular Primer" ().
It also places. Rubber elasticity is an important sub-field of polymer science. This book is in many ways a sequel to the authors' previous, more introductory book, Rubberlike Elasticity: A Molecular Primer (Wiley-Interscience, ), and will in some respects re.
Part of the Die Physik der Hochpolymeren book series (HP, volume 4) Abstract A proper understanding of the nature of rubber elasticity was hardly possible before evidence had become available concerning the macromolecular structure of rubber and other naturally Cited by: Book description.
Elastomers and rubberlike materials form a critical component in diverse applications that range from tyres to biomimetics and are used in chemical, biomedical, mechanical and electrical : James E. Mark, Burak Erman. Structures and Properties of Rubberlike Networks, Burak Erman and James E.
Mark, Oxford University Press, (). Direct evaluation of thermal fluctuations in proteins using a single parameter harmonic potential, I.
Bahar, A. Atilgan, and B. Erman, Folding & Design 2,(). For several decades, polymer science has sought to rationalize the mechanical and thermodynamic properties of polymer networks largely within the framework of statistical thermodynamics. Much of this effort has been directed toward the rubbery rather than the glassy state.
It is generally assumedBrand: Springer US. It mentions some unusual features with regard to polymers exhibiting rubberlike elasticity, network structures, types of deformations, fillers and characterization techniques.
The elasticity of the single polymer chain, which is the basic unit of the elastomeric solid, is discussed first. The structure of the network obtained by joining the single chains together is described. The elementary and more advanced theories of rubber elasticity are discussed.
Swelling of networks, thermoelastic behavior, strain-induced crystallization and bioelastomers are by: The relationship between the structure and dynamic properties of rubber-like network polymers over a wide range of temperatures ☆ Author links open overlay panel Yu.V.
Zelenev Show more. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE STRUCTURE AND DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF RUBBER-LIKE NETWORK POLYMERS OVER A WIDE RANGE OF TEMPERATURES* YU.V. ZELENEV V. Lenin State Pedagogical Institute, Moscow (Received 7 Ju~e ) IT IS well known that rubber-like network polymers obtained from linear polymers by sulphur, thermal or radiation vulcanization can be used Cited by: 2.
The 4e of The Science and Technology of Rubber provides a broad survey of elastomers with special emphasis on materials with a rubber-like elasticity.
As in previous editions, the emphasis remains on a unified treatment of the material, exploring chemical aspects such as elastomer synthesis and curing, through recent theoretical developments and characterization of equilibrium and dynamic.
Model networks based on `endlinking' processes: synthesis, structure and properties. Progress in Polymer Science23 (6), DOI: /S(97) Andrei A Askadskii. Peculiarities of the structure and properties of highly cross-linked polymer by: Lipid science and technology has grown exponentially since the turn of the millennium.
The replacement of unhealthy fats in the foods we eat, and of petroleum-based ingredients in the cosmetics we use, is a top priority for consumers, government, and industry by: A comprehensive omnibus, Structure and Properties of Fat Crystal Networks, Second Edition clarifies the complex relationship between triglyceride composition of vegetable oils and fats, the physicochemical properties of triglycerides in simple and complex model systems, their crystallization, and melting behavior.
Furthermore, it dives into the. Establishing quantitative structure-property relationships for elastomeric materials requires independent information characterizing the network structure crucial to their rubberlike behavior.Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, Volume 2; Vol Part 2, G.
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