Miscible Polymer Blends: Background and Guide for Calculations and Design
DEStech Publications, Inc, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 39 pages
The accompanying CD-ROM contains a set of original programs that allow one to calculate solubility parameters, provide a guide to polymer miscibility, and allow the calculation of the phase behavior of hydrogen-bonded polymer systems. The book is divided into two parts. In the first part, the authors describe the principles underlying the simple guide to polymer blend miscibility, which are the basis of the programs Miscibility Checker and Miscibility Guide. The second part is more rigorous and pertains to hydrogen bonded polymer blends and forms the basis of the program Phase Calculator.
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Blends of Polar Polymers
Polymer Blends with Specific Interactions
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