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Characterization and degradation studies on synthetic polymers for aerospace application
M. S. Hsu
|Statement||M.S. Hsu ; prepared for Ames Research Center under contract NCC 2-28.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-166597.|
|Contributions||Ames Research Center., San Jose State University.|
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Polymer Chemistry - Properties and Applications A series of chapters is devoted to case studies describing the principal classes of synthetic polymers. Show less. View More Molecular Characterization of Polymers. View Section, 6. Rheological Properties of Polymeric Materials. 19, University Road, Delhi, (India) Phone: + Email: [email protected] Institute Hours Mon - Sat
Gradient elution of synthetic polymers has been studied both theoretically and experimentally using normal and reversed‐phase HPLC systems. An accurate equation describing the gradient elution of polymer‐homologous series in the context of continuous random‐flight model of a flexible polymer chain interacting with attractive surface of the porous material has been derived and Cited by: Synthesis, characterization, modification and degradation of polymer surfaces as revealed by ESCA (electron spectroscopy for Quantitative studies of a variety of polymers (linear, cross—linked) covering the kinetic energy range to key (cf T1Kx hv "The Application of .
Characterization of Polymers The instrumentation used for the TGA analyses was a series 7 Thermal Analysis System (Perkin Elmer). The SFE-instrument used was a Carlo Erba SFC series (Carlo Erba, Milan, Italy). For identification of the SFE-extract, a . information about structure or properties of polymers. The subjects are logically combined because understanding how structure a ects properties, as measured in characterization, is a key element of polymer materials science and engineering. The subject of polymer structure and characterization is typically a second course in polymer Size: KB.
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Get this from a library. Characterization and degradation studies on synthetic polymers for aerospace application. [M S Hsu; Ames Research Center.; San José State University.].
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Introduction The last RAPRA Report on Polymers in Aerospace Applications (W.W. Wright, Report 37) was published in The present report strives to provide a contemporary review of this area with an emphasis on the literature appearing after