By Herman F. Mark
This thoroughly new 3rd version of the Mark Encyclopedia of Polymer technological know-how and Technology brings the cutting-edge to the twenty-first century, with insurance of nanotechnology, new imaging and analytical suggestions, new equipment of managed polymer structure, biomimetics, and extra. while prior versions released one quantity at a time, the 3rd variation is being released in 3 elements of 4 volumes each one. every one of those four-volume elements presents an A-Z number of the most recent in polymer technology and expertise as released within the up to date on-line version of the Mark Encyclopedia of Polymer technological know-how and Technology.
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