Part 2: Thermodynamic Properties - pVT - Data and Thermal Properties. Pt.2.pdf

Part 2: Thermodynamic Properties - pVT - Data and Thermal Properties. Pt.2

J. Pionteck

Polymers belong to an essential material group with many applications not only for polymer manufacturers but also in physics, chemistry, medicine and engineering techniques. This volume gives an introduction to the thermal properties and PVT-data of polymer solids and polymer melts.

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