Crystallization of Polymers: Volume 1, Equilibrium Concepts - Leo Mandelkern - Google книги
First published in , from an original edition, this book provides a self-contained treatment of polymer crystallization. Volume 1 is a presentation of the equilibrium concepts that serve as a basis for the subsequent volumes. It will be an invaluable reference work for scientists who work in the area.
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Crystallization of Polymers Volume 1: Equilibrium Concepts
First published in , from an original edition, in the Crystallization of Polymers, 2nd edition Leo Mandelkern provides a self-contained treatment of polymer crystallization. In this volume the author shows that knowledge of the equilibrium requirements is vital to understanding all aspects of the polymer crystallization process, and the final state that eventually evolves.
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