Encyclopedia of polymer science and engineering, Volume 19
Entirely rewritten, this multi-volume work has been expanded to reflect the vast changes that have occurred in polymer & plastics technology over the past twenty years. Each volume contains approximately 850 pages, including about 200 tables & 3,000 literature citations. Over 100 new subjects are introduced in the new edition. Coverage includes natural & synthetic polymers, plastics, fibers, elastomers, computer topics, & processing. There is a 50% increase in pages devoted to engineering & processing, including CAD/CAM, Robotics & Composites. All computer topics in the Second Edition are totally new.
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