New Data on Polymers for Plastics, Construction, Medical, Pharmaceutical, and Electronics Applications
ChemTec Publishing announces publication of the new major book: Handbook of Polymers
Polymers selected for this edition of the Handbook of Polymers include all major polymeric materials used by the plastics and other branches of the chemical industry as well as specialty polymers used in the electronics, pharmaceutical, medical, and space fields. Extensive information is included on biopolymers.
The data included in the Handbook of Polymers come from open literature (published articles, conference papers, and books), literature available from manufacturers of various grades of polymers, plastics, and finished products, and patent literature. The above sources were searched, including the most recent literature. It can be seen from the references that a large portion of the data comes from information published in 2011. This underscores one of the major goals of this undertaking, which is to provide readers with the most up-to-date information.
Frequently, data from different sources vary in a broad range and they have to be reconciled. In such cases, values closest to their average and values based on testing of the most current grades of materials are selected to provide readers with information which is characteristic of currently available products, focusing on the potential use of data in solving practical problems. In this process of verification many older data were rejected unless they have been confirmed by recently conducted studies.
Presentation of data for all polymers is based on a consistent pattern of data arrangement, although, depending on data availability, only data fields which contain actual values are included for each individual polymer. The entire scope of the data is divided into sections to make data comparison and search easy.
The data are organized into the following sections: General, History, Synthesis, Structure, Commercial Polymers, Physical Properties, Mechanical Properties, Chemical Resistance, Flammability, Weather Stability, Biodegradation, Toxicity, Environmental impact , Processing, Blends, and Analysis. In total, over 230 different types of data were searched for each individual polymer.
The contents, scope, treatment of the data (comparison of data from different sources and their qualification), and novelty of the data give the book which should be found on desk of anyone working with polymeric materials.
Handbook of Polymers
Author: George Wypych
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