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Polymer phase diagrams : a textbook

Koningsveld, Ronald ; Stockmayer, Walter H. (1914?-2004) ; Nies, Erik

Oxford New York : Oxford University Press, 2001

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  • Titre:
    Polymer phase diagrams : a textbook
  • Auteur: Koningsveld, Ronald
  • Autre(s) auteur(s): Stockmayer, Walter H. (1914?-2004);
    Nies, Erik
  • Sujets: Matières plastiques;
    Polymères;
    Diagrammes de phases;
    Polymère;
    Plastique;
    Diagramme phase
  • Description: Mines : Contents : PART 1. Principles of Heterogeneous Equilibrium, 1 Single-component systems, 2 Mixtures, 3 Binary systems, Bakhuis-Roozeboom Diagram, 4 Binary systems, partial miscibility in the liquid phase, and supercritical phenomena, 5 Binary systems, solid solutions, and compounds, 6 Ternary and multicomponent systems - PART 2. Simple Modelling, 7 Modelling partial miscibility and solid/liquid equilibrium - PART 3. Heterogeneous equilibrium in macromolecular systems, 8 Introduction, 9 Partial miscibility of strictly-binary polymer systems, 10 Partial miscibility of quasi-binary polymer systems, 11 The influence of pressure, 12 Solid/liquid equilibrium, 13 Quasi-ternary polymer systems, 14 Fractionation of polymers, 15 Miscellaneous phase transitions
  • Éditeur: Oxford New York : Oxford University Press
  • Date de publication: 2001
  • Format: XVII-341 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
  • Langue: Anglais
  • Identifiant: ISBN 0-19-855635-7 ;ISBN 0-19-855634-9
  • Source: Mines ParisTech (catalogue)

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