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Polymer Properties at Room and Cryogenic Temperatures

by GГјnther Hartwig

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic Chemistry,
  • Inorganic Chemistry,
  • Surfaces (Physics),
  • Chemistry,
  • Polymers

  • About the Edition

    This volume emphasizes the importance of first understanding cryogenic properties in order to comprehend the room temperature properties of polymers. The author describes the necessary modifications for polymers and their applications to the most important thermal, mechanical, and dielectric properties. Other chapters discuss the correlation between polymer structures and properties, the phonon structure of polymers, separation of components influenced by glass transitions and "basic properties" related to solid state physics, and the influence of tunneling processes on properties at very low temperatures. Polymer Properties at Room and Cryogenic Temperatures also features an extensive appendix with key data on all the properties considered in the text. This volume is an important and useful text for students, scientists, lecturers, and engineers in the area of polymer science.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Günther Hartwig
    SeriesThe International Cryogenics Monograph Series, International cryogenics monograph series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD146-197
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (xi, 273 pages).
    Number of Pages273
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27081800M
    ISBN 101441932445, 1475762135
    ISBN 109781441932440, 9781475762136
    OCLC/WorldCa851819943

    the properties of polymers are: (1) the degree of rigidity of the polymer mole- cules, (2) the electrostatic and van der Waals attractive forces between the polymer will be solid at room temperature, but will usually lose strength and undergo plastic flow when heated. Such a polymer is thermoplastic. A cross-File Size: 1MB. Double cantilever beam tests were performed on different types of specimens, at room and cryogenic temperatures, and the fracture toughness was calculated from their load-displacement diagram. Additionally, the fracture toughness of some plain-weave textile composite specimens and specimens treated with nanoparticles (38 nmAl 2 O 3) were also Cited by:

      Mechanical properties of rigid polyurethane foams at room and cryogenic temperatures U. Stirna, I. Beverte, V. Yakushin, and U. Cabulis Journal of Cited by: Properties of solid materials from cryogenic- to room-temperatures. Aluminum (UNS A). Aluminum F(UNS A). Aluminum O (UNS A). Aluminum T6 (UNS A). Aluminum T5 (UNS A). Apiezon N.

      Book Polymer Properties at Room and Cryogenic Temperatures (International Cryogenics Monograph. 4・2 Thermal Conductivity and Specific Heat As shown in Fig. 4・2‐1, the specific heat of polycarbonate changes with temperature but it can be considered that this is ~J/(g.k) (~cal/g.℃)for the practical temperature value does not differ very much from the common synthetic resins and corresponds to about 3 times of iron and.


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Most descriptions of polymers start at room temperature and end at the melting point. This textbook starts at very low temperatures and ends at room temperature.

Most descriptions of polymers start at room temperature and end at the melting point. This textbook starts at very low temperatures and ends at room temperature.

At low temperatures, may processes and relaxations are frozen which allows singular processes or separate relaxations to be studied. At room temperatures, or at the main glass transitions, many processes overlap and the properties are.

Most descriptions of polymers start at room temperature and end at the melting point. This textbook starts at very low temperatures and ends at room temperature. At low temperatures, may processes and relaxations are frozen which allows singular processes or separate relaxations to be : Hartwig, Günther.

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Low temperatures can be achieved by bath cooling with liquid helium (LHe), liquid hydrogen (LH 2) or liquid nitrogen (LN 2) at fixed temperature levels or by evaporation cooling of the sample chamber at a selected temperature which can be kept : Günther Hartwig.

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Melting point and glass transition temperature of polymer. TABLE A Glass Transition Temperatures of Some Polymers Polymer T g (∘C) Polytetrafluoroethylene −97 Polypropylene(isotactic) + Polystyrene + Poly(methylmethacrylate)(atactic) + Nylon6,6 +57 Polyethylene(LDPE) − Polyethylene(HDPE) −90 Polypropylene(atactic) − Polymer Properties at Room and Cryogenic Temperatures also features an extensive appendix with key data on all the properties considered in the text.

This volume is an important and useful text for students, scientists, lecturers, and engineers in the area of polymer science. Mechanical properties of PI/silica hybrid films at cryogenic temperature and room temperatures Fig.

1 shows the tensile strength of polyimide–silica hybrid films with the silica contents of 0, 1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 15 wt% at cryogenic and room by:   Low-Temperature Properties of Polymers systematizes the available materials on polymers.

This book also describes the main trends in the investigation of interrelated properties of polymers, such as thermal (heat capacity, thermal conductivity, and thermal expansion), acoustical, dielectric, and viscoelastic, which maintain the physical properties of polymers at low Edition: 1.

polymer used at cryogenic temperatures. It is generally used for printed circuit boards, and a “cryogenic grade”, GCR, is also available. Contrary to popularbelief, the name “G” does not describe a particular material; it is a NEMA specification describing electrical and me-chanical properties (this standard is not freely available.

Material Properties at Low Temperature P. Duthil 1. Institut de Physique Nucléaire d’Orsay, IN2P3-CNRS/Université de Paris Sud, Orsay, France. Abstract. From ambient down to cryogenic temperatures, the behaviour of materials changes greatly. Mechanisms leading to Cited by: The tensile properties of polyimide nanocomposite films at room temperature were measured by an Instron universal tensile tester at the loading rate of 50 mmlmin, and the tensile testing at cryogenic temperature (17K) was performed using a Reger 20A universal testing machine at the loading rate of 2 Author: Y.H.

Zhang, S.Y. Fu, M. Li, Y. Li, L.F. Li, Q. Yan.Electro-optic (EO) properties at 7 K of a guest–host type nonlinear poled polymer system consisting of AJLZ53 chromophores in an amorphous polycarbonate host are reported for the first time.

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