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Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 10: Properties of Solid Polymeric Materials, Part B covers knowledge in critical areas of polymeric materials. The book discusses the anisotropie elastic behavior of crystalline polymers; the mechanical properties of glassy polymers; and the fatigue behavior of engineering polymers. The text also describes the electronic properties of polymers; electric breakdown in polymers; and environmental degradation. People working in some area of polymer materials science will find the book useful.
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Contents of Previous Volumes
Anisotropie Elastic Behavior of Crystalline Polymers
II. Generalized Material Descriptors
III. Macroscopic Material Properties
IV. Microscopic Material Properties
V. Molecular Material Properties
VI. Application of Molecular, Mechanical, and Macromechanical Models to the Prediction of Anisotropie Elastic Behavior of Polyethylene 506
Mechanical Properties of Glassy Polymers
II. Homogeneous Viscoelastic Properties
III. Inhomogeneous Properties
Fatigue Behavior of Engineering Polymers
II. Thermal Effects
III. Fracture Mechanics and Fatigue Crack Propagation
V. Rate Process Approach : Linear Damage Theory
Electronic Properties of Polymers
II. Organic Crystals
III. Noncrystalline Material
IV. Conductivity in Polymers
V. Photoconductivity and Radiation-Induced Conductivity in Polymers
VI. Energy Transfer in Polymers
VII. Polymer Electrets
VIII. Piezoelectricity and Pyroelectricity in Polymers
Electric Breakdown in Polymers
II. Breakdown by Partial Discharges
III. Intrinsic Electric Breakdown
IV. Surface Breakdown
V. Electrochemical Treeing
II. Thermal Oxidation
III. Oxidative Photodegradation
IV. Degradation by Ozone
V. Miscellaneous Degradative Processes
VI. Polymers and the Environment
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- © Academic Press 1977
- 28th August 1977
- Academic Press
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