By John M. Chalmers, Robert J. Meier
Written through specialist individuals from the educational and commercial sectors, this booklet offers conventional and sleek ways to polymer characterization and research. The emphasis is on pragmatics, challenge fixing and estate selection; real-world functions offer a context for key strategies. The characterizations specialize in natural polymer and polymer product microstructure and composition.
- Approaches molecular characterization and research of polymers from the perspective of problem-solving and polymer estate characterization, instead of from a method championing approach
- Focuses on supplying a method to ascertaining the optimal method or technique(s) to resolve a problem/measure a estate, and thereby strengthen an analytical competence within the molecular characterization and research of real-world polymer products
- Provides history on polymer chemistry and microstructure, discussions of polymer chain, morphology, degradation, and product failure and additive research, and considers the assisting roles of modeling and high-throughput analysis