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The Resource Polymer reaction engineering, edited by José M. Asua, (electronic resource)

Polymer reaction engineering, edited by José M. Asua, (electronic resource)

Label
Polymer reaction engineering
Title
Polymer reaction engineering
Statement of responsibility
edited by José M. Asua
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Polymers are an example of 8220;products-by-process8221;, where the final product properties are mostly determined during manufacture, in the reactor. An understanding of processes occurring in the polymerization reactor is therefore crucial to achieving efficient, consistent, safe and environmentally friendly production of polymeric materials. Polymer Reaction Engineering provides the link between the fundamentals of polymerization kinetics and polymer microstructure achieved in the reactor. Organized according to the type of polymerization, each chapter starts with a description of the main polymers produced by the particular method, their key microstructural features and their applications Polymerization kinetics and its effect on reactor configuration, mass and energy balances and scale-up are covered in detail. The text is illustrated with examples emphasizing general concepts, principles and methodology. Written as an authoritative guide for chemists and chemical engineers in industry and academe, Polymer Reaction Engineering will also be a key reference source for advanced courses in polymer chemistry and technology
Dewey number
668.9/2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Asua, José M
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  • Polymerization
  • Polymer engineering
Label
Polymer reaction engineering, edited by José M. Asua, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Cover -- TOC36;Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Notation -- Acronyms -- CH36;1 Introduction to Polymerization Processes -- 146;1 Microstructural features of polymers and their effect on properties -- 146;146;1 Chemical composition and monomer sequence distribution -- 146;146;2 Molecular weight distribution -- 146;146;3 Polymer architecture -- 146;146;4 Chain configuration -- 146;146;5 Morphology -- 146;146;6 Effect of processing and compounding on the microstructure of the polymeric materials -- 146;2 Classes of polymerizations -- 146;246;1 Chain45;growth polymerization -- 146;246;2 Step45;growth polymerization -- 146;3 Polymerization techniques -- 146;4 Main commercial polymers -- 146;446;1 Polyolefins -- 146;446;2 Styrenic polymers -- 146;446;3 Poly40;vinyl chloride41; -- 146;446;4 Waterborne dispersed polymers -- 146;446;5 Polyesters and polyamides -- 146;446;6 Thermosets -- 146;5 Polymerization reactors -- References -- CH36;2 Coordination Polymerization -- 246;1 Polyolefin types58; microstructural classification and analytical techniques -- 246;146;1 Polyethylene types -- 246;146;2 Polypropylene types -- 246;146;3 Polyolefin microstructural characterization techniques -- 246;2 Catalysts for olefin polymerization -- 246;246;1 Coordination catalyst types -- 246;246;2 Polymerization mechanism -- 246;3 Polymerization kinetics for single45; and multiple45;site catalysts -- 246;346;1 Homopolymerization -- 246;346;2 Copolymerization -- 246;346;3 Long45;chain branch formation -- 246;4 Inter45; and intraparticle mass and heat transfer resistances -- 246;446;1 Particle fragmentation and morphology control -- 246;446;2 Single particle models58; inter45; and intraparticle mass and heat transfer -- 246;5 Industrial olefin polymerization reactors -- 246;546;1 Reactor configurations and designs -- 246;546;2 Polyethylene manufacturing processes -- 246;546;3 Polypropylene manufacturing processes -- 246;546;4Mathematical models for industrial reactors -- Acknowledgments -- References -- CH36;3 Free45;Radical Polymerization58; Homogeneous Systems -- 346;1 Free45;radical polymers58; properties and applications -- 346;2 FRP mechanisms and kinetics -- 346;246;1 Homopolymerization -- 346;246;2 Copolymerization -- 346;246;3 Diffusion45;controlled reactions -- 346;246;4 Kinetic balances for modeling polymer MWs -- 346;3 Controlled radical polymerization -- 346;346;1 Stable free45;radical polymerization -- 346;346;2 Atom transfer radical polymerization -- 346;346;3 Reverse addition45;fragmentation chain transfer polymerization -- 346;4 Polymer reaction engineering aspects -- 346;446;1 Heat removal and temperature programming -- 346;446;2 Batch reactors -- 346;446;3 Semibatch 40;semicontinuous41; reactors -- 346;446;4 Continuous stirred45;tank reactors -- 346;446;5 Tubular reactors -- 346;5 A 34;roadmap34; for mathematical modeling -- References -- CH36;4 Free45;Radical Polymerization58; Heterogeneous Systems -- 446;1 Introduction -- 446;2 High45;impact polystyrene -- 446;246;1 Interrelationship between microstructure and application properties -- 446;246;2 Modeling HIPS polymerization -- 446;2 &
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ocn243762906
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Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 367 p.)
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9780470691427
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
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unknown
Note
Wiley
Other control number
10.1002/9780470692134
Other physical details
ill
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)243762906
Label
Polymer reaction engineering, edited by José M. Asua, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Cover -- TOC36;Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Notation -- Acronyms -- CH36;1 Introduction to Polymerization Processes -- 146;1 Microstructural features of polymers and their effect on properties -- 146;146;1 Chemical composition and monomer sequence distribution -- 146;146;2 Molecular weight distribution -- 146;146;3 Polymer architecture -- 146;146;4 Chain configuration -- 146;146;5 Morphology -- 146;146;6 Effect of processing and compounding on the microstructure of the polymeric materials -- 146;2 Classes of polymerizations -- 146;246;1 Chain45;growth polymerization -- 146;246;2 Step45;growth polymerization -- 146;3 Polymerization techniques -- 146;4 Main commercial polymers -- 146;446;1 Polyolefins -- 146;446;2 Styrenic polymers -- 146;446;3 Poly40;vinyl chloride41; -- 146;446;4 Waterborne dispersed polymers -- 146;446;5 Polyesters and polyamides -- 146;446;6 Thermosets -- 146;5 Polymerization reactors -- References -- CH36;2 Coordination Polymerization -- 246;1 Polyolefin types58; microstructural classification and analytical techniques -- 246;146;1 Polyethylene types -- 246;146;2 Polypropylene types -- 246;146;3 Polyolefin microstructural characterization techniques -- 246;2 Catalysts for olefin polymerization -- 246;246;1 Coordination catalyst types -- 246;246;2 Polymerization mechanism -- 246;3 Polymerization kinetics for single45; and multiple45;site catalysts -- 246;346;1 Homopolymerization -- 246;346;2 Copolymerization -- 246;346;3 Long45;chain branch formation -- 246;4 Inter45; and intraparticle mass and heat transfer resistances -- 246;446;1 Particle fragmentation and morphology control -- 246;446;2 Single particle models58; inter45; and intraparticle mass and heat transfer -- 246;5 Industrial olefin polymerization reactors -- 246;546;1 Reactor configurations and designs -- 246;546;2 Polyethylene manufacturing processes -- 246;546;3 Polypropylene manufacturing processes -- 246;546;4Mathematical models for industrial reactors -- Acknowledgments -- References -- CH36;3 Free45;Radical Polymerization58; Homogeneous Systems -- 346;1 Free45;radical polymers58; properties and applications -- 346;2 FRP mechanisms and kinetics -- 346;246;1 Homopolymerization -- 346;246;2 Copolymerization -- 346;246;3 Diffusion45;controlled reactions -- 346;246;4 Kinetic balances for modeling polymer MWs -- 346;3 Controlled radical polymerization -- 346;346;1 Stable free45;radical polymerization -- 346;346;2 Atom transfer radical polymerization -- 346;346;3 Reverse addition45;fragmentation chain transfer polymerization -- 346;4 Polymer reaction engineering aspects -- 346;446;1 Heat removal and temperature programming -- 346;446;2 Batch reactors -- 346;446;3 Semibatch 40;semicontinuous41; reactors -- 346;446;4 Continuous stirred45;tank reactors -- 346;446;5 Tubular reactors -- 346;5 A 34;roadmap34; for mathematical modeling -- References -- CH36;4 Free45;Radical Polymerization58; Heterogeneous Systems -- 446;1 Introduction -- 446;2 High45;impact polystyrene -- 446;246;1 Interrelationship between microstructure and application properties -- 446;246;2 Modeling HIPS polymerization -- 446;2 &
Control code
ocn243762906
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 367 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780470691427
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Wiley
Other control number
10.1002/9780470692134
Other physical details
ill
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)243762906

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