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The chemistry of polymers
Making joints with different
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acid acrylic adherend adhesive bond adhesive joint alloys atoms or molecules Book brazing break brittle capillary action carbon atoms cellulose nitrate chain Chapter chemical reaction co-polymers coatings and consolidants compressive condensation reactions conservation covalent bond crack cross-links crystalline cyanoacrylate diffusion dissolved effect elastic emulsion epoxy resin evaporation example fibres formaldehyde glass transition temperature H H H heat instance interface internal stresses joined lacquer liquid load long-chain molecules long-chain polymers melt-freeze adhesives metal methacrylate molten monomer network polymers nylon object occur oxidation oxygen pieces plastic deformation plasticiser poly(vinyl acetate poly(vinyl alcohol polyester polymer molecules polymeric materials polymerisation polythene pore primary bonds produced properties pull PVAC react reaction adhesives requirements rigid rubber secondary bonds Section shear slides solid solubility solvent solvent adhesives stiffness strain stress concentration surface tension tensile force tensile strength thermal thermoplastic thermosetting usually viscosity welding wood Young's modulus