Principles of polymer chemistry

Polymer chemistry currently is experiencing profound changes in direction. Initially the foundation for polymer science was primarily chemistry which involved preparation of polymers conducting studies on them to determine their properties. Presently, polymer chemistry is primarily concerned with condensed-matter physics and material science. The reason for this is course deviation is the intellectual nourishment that the researchers are finding in these fields which are undergoing changes themselves. An even greater importance is the discoveries made by the scientists with little prior interest in polymers that these materials offer on an intellectually challenging areas of research. Another force driving this change is the demands of the higher technology industries that work with all new materials with various unseen properties. Gradually, even bridges will be built from the use of biological sciences. These forces combined together are reshaping the way in which researches on polymers will be done in the future. However, it is necessary to stay in touch with the basic foundations of polymer chemistry.

 

  • Classification of polymers
  • Polymerization
  • Molecular size and chemical reactivity
  • Statistical thermodynamics of polymer solutions
  • Structure of vinyl polymers

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