By Wayne F. Reed
Offers new ideas to optimize polymer reactions
With contributions from top macromolecular scientists and engineers, this publication presents a pragmatic consultant to polymerization tracking. It permits laboratory researchers to optimize polymer reactions through offering them with a greater knowing of the underlying response kinetics and mechanisms. additionally, it opens the door to stronger industrial-scale reactions, together with greater product caliber and decreased destructive emissions.
Monitoring Polymerization Reactions starts with a evaluation of the elemental components of polymer reactions and their kinetics, together with an outline of stimuli-responsive polymers. subsequent, it explains why convinced polymer and response features must be monitored. The e-book then explores quite a few useful issues, including:
- Principles and functions of vital polymer characterization instruments, reminiscent of mild scattering, gel permeation chromatography, calorimetry, rheology, and spectroscopy
- Automatic non-stop on-line tracking of polymerization (ACOMP) reactions, a versatile platform that allows characterization instruments to be hired concurrently in the course of reactions on the way to receive a whole checklist of a number of response features
- Modeling of polymerization reactions and numerical approaches
- Applications that optimize the manufacture of industrially vital polymers
Throughout the e-book, the authors offer step by step ideas for implementation. moreover, considerable use of case reports is helping readers comprehend the advantages of quite a few tracking ideas and ways, permitting them to decide on the simplest one to compare their needs.
As new stimuli-responsive and "intelligent" polymers stay built, the facility to observe reactions turns into more and more vital. With this e-book as their advisor, polymer scientists and engineers can take complete benefit of the newest tracking techniques to optimize reactions in either the lab and the producing plant.
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