Properties of Polymers
Their Correlation with Chemical Structure; Their Numerical Estimation and Prediction from Additive Group Contributions
- D.W. van Krevelen, Professor-Emeritus, University of Delft, The Netherlands and Former President of AKZO Research and Engineering, NV, Arnhem, The Netherlands
Since this book is without peer, it will prove of great practical value to chemical engineers and polymer technologists in the laboratory, in engineering departments and in development teams. Scientists active in the polymer field will find it an authoritative and comprehensive source of information.
- Published: January 2003
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-444-82877-4
This is the outstanding handbook on the subject of polymer properties.
...should be on the desk of every research manager concerned with polymer properties. It is an essential purchase for libraries who serve the wide community of scientists and engineers concerned with polymers. ...a superb book worth every penny of the price.
Chemistry and Industry
...should have a prominent position in the library of any organisation concerned with polymer properties. It is a superb book which is difficult to fault.
...my students and I have found the second edition to be invaluable, but we are glad to replace it with this new and expanded version.
Donald R. Paul, The University of Texas at Austin, Journal of the American Chemical Society
...the third edition is a valuable update of an already indispensable reference source. The expanded coverage is well worth the investment.
Computational Polymer Science