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Handbook of Vinyl Polymers Radical Polymerization, Process, and Technology, Second Edition


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Handbook of Vinyl Polymers
Radical Polymerization, Process, and Technology, Second Edition

Author: Munmaya Mishra, Yusuf Yagci
ISBN 978-0-8247-2595-2

Published: 2008
Pages: 784 pages

Price: $215.00 + S&H
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Radical polymerization is one of the most widely used means of producing vinyl polymers, supporting a myriad of commercial uses. Maintaining the quality of the critically acclaimed first edition, the Handbook of Vinyl Polymers: Radical Polymerization, Process, and Technology, Second Edition provides a fully updated, single-volume source on the chemistry, technology, and applications of vinyl polymers. 

Emphasizes radical initiating systems and mechanisms of action… 

Written by renowned researchers in the field, this handbook is primarily concerned with the physical and organic chemistry of radical vinyl polymerization. The authors survey the most recent advances, processing methods, technologies, and applications of free radical vinyl polymerization. The book features thorough coverage of polymer functionalization, photo initiation, block and graft copolymers, and polymer composites. 

Analyzes living/controlled radical polymerization, one of the latest developments in the field… 

Combining fundamental aspects with the latest advances, processing methods, and applications in free radical vinyl polymerization and polymer technology, this invaluable reference provides a unified, in-depth, and innovative perspective of radical vinyl polymerization.

PART I: THE FUNDAMENTALS OF RADICAL VINYL POLYMERIZATION 

The Fundamentals; Y. Yagci and M.K. Mishra 

Chemistry and Kinetic Model of Radical Vinyl Polymerization; Y. Yagci and M.K. Mishra 

Special Characteristics of Radical Vinyl Polymerization; Y. Yagci and M.K. Mishra


PART II: THE INITIATING SYSTEMS 

Initiation of Vinyl Polymerization by Organic Molecules and Nonmetal Initiators; I. Reetz, Y. Yagci, and M.K. Mishra 

Chemical Initiation by Metals and Metal-Containing Compounds; Y. Yagci, I. Reetz, and M.K. Mishra 

Suspension Polymerization Redox Initiators; M.K. Mishra, N.G. Gaylord, and Y. Yagci 

Vinyl Polymerization Initiated by High-Energy Radiation; I. Reetz, Y. Yagci, and M.K. Mishra 

Photoinitiated Radical Vinyl Polymerization; N. Arsu, I. Reetz, Y. Yagci, and M.K. Mishra 

Functionalization of Polymers; Y. Yagci and M.K. Mishra 

Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization; U. Tunca, G. Hizal, M.H. Acar, M.A. Tasdelen, Y. Yagci, and M.K. Mishra 

Block and Graft Copolymers; A.E. Muftuoglu, M.A. Tasdelen, Y. Yagci, and M.K. Mishra 

PART III: TECHNICAL PROCESSES OF VINYL POLYMERIZATION 

Continuous Processes for Radical Vinyl Polymerization; K.Y. Choi 

Technical Processes for Industrial Production; K.Y. Choi, B-G. Kwag, S.Y. Park, and C.H. Cheong


PART IV: VINYL POLYMER TECHNOLOGY 

Vinyl Polymer Degradation; C.K. Das, R. Rajasekar, and C.S. Reddy 

Fiber-Filled Vinyl Polymer Composites; C.K. Das, M. Mukherjee, T. Das 

Particulate-Filled Vinyl Polymers Composites; C.S. Reddy, R.N. Mahaling, and C.K. Das 

Vinyl Polymer Applications and Special Uses; C.K. Das, T. Rath, and S. Kumar 

Recycling of Vinyl Polymers; M.M.A. Nikje 

Processing of Vinyl Polymers; C.T. Ratnam and H. Ismail 

Characterization of Interfaces in Composites Using Micro-Mechanical Techniques; M.J. Jacob, R.D. Anandjiwala, and S. Thomas 

PART V: PARAMETERS 

Data and Structures; Y. Yagci and M.K. Mishra 

Index

Munmaya Mishra, Richmond, Virginia, USA

Yusuf Yagci, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

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