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Polymer physics. Edited by Michael Rubinstein and Ralph H Colby Oxford University Press, Oxford, ISBN X. pp This is a polymer physics textbook for upper level undergraduates and first year graduate students. Any student with a working knowledge of. This course covers the static and dynamic properties of polymers in so- lution, melt and “Polymer Physics” by M. Rubinstein and R. H. Colby. Textbook II.
Other concepts introduced by eminent scientists over the past half-century are derived in simpler ways, with the intention of making them accessible to a broader audience.
These include many of the important concepts discussed in the excellent monographs by de Gennes and by Doi and Edwards. While the authors continue to debate many aspects of science, the contents of this book have emerged as the essence of what they claim to Contents Introduction 1. Polymer microstructure 1.
Homopolymers and heteropolymers 1. Linear addition polymers 1.
Measuring My by scattering 1. Flexibility mechanisms 2. Ideal chain models 2.
Any student with a working knowledge of calculus, physics and chemistry should be able to read this book. The essential tools of the polymer physical chemist or engineer are derived in this book without skipping any steps.
The book is a self-contained treatise that could also serve as a useful reference for scientists and engineers working with polymers. While no prior knowledge of polymers is assumed, the book goes far beyond introductory polymer texts in the scope of what is covered.
The fundamental concepts required to fully understand polymer melts, solutions and gels in terms of both static structure and dynamics are explained in detail. Problems at the end of each Chapter provide the reader with the opportunity to apply what has been learned to practice.
The book is divided into four parts. Mooney, A theory of large elastic deformation. Ogden, Large deformation isotropic elasticity—on the correlation of theory and experiment for incompressible rubberlike solids.
Ogden, Recent advances in the phenomenological theory of rubber elasticity. Rubber Chem.
Rubinstein Michael, Colby Ralph H. Polymer Physics
Rivlin, Large elastic deformations of isotropic materials. Fundamental concepts. Rivlin, K.
Sawyer, The strain-energy function for elastomers. Rubinstein, R.
Silbey, R. Alberty, M. Bawendi, Physical Chemistry, 4th edn. Sperling, Introduction to Physical Polymer Science, 4th edn. Strobl, The Physics of Polymers, 2nd edn. Springer, Berlin, Google Scholar I.This book is one of crystalline structure.
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These include many of the important concepts discussed in the excellent monographs by de Gennes and by Doi and Edwards. This book is one of crystalline structure.
Hence, the book is a self-contained treatise that should also serve as a useful reference for scientists and engineers working with polymers.
Flexibility mechanisms 2. Any student with a working knowledge of calculus, physics and chemistry should be able to read this book.
The essential tools of the polymer physical chemist or engineer are derived in this book without skipping any steps.