Analytical Pyrolysis Of Synthetic Organic Polymers by Serban C. Moldoveanu

By Serban C. Moldoveanu

Analytical Pyrolysis of man-made natural Polymers is a follow-up to Analytical Pyrolysis of typical natural Polymers, that is quantity 20 of the sequence. the focus of the e-book is on sensible functions of analytical pyrolysis in man made natural polymer id and characterization.

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Macromolecules with a ladder backbone containing, for example, a phenoxazine unit in their structure also are known. Amino thermosetting resins from melamine can be considered as polymers containing heterocycles in their structure. - Polysiloxanes and other silicon containing polymers form a group of inorganic-organic type polymers with many practical uses. Polysiloxanes, also known as silicones, are the most common polymers in this class. They have a backbone formed from a chain of alternating O and Si atoms in the form [-o ~-]n and contain organic groups t connected to the silicon atom.

A strong interdependence exists between these three types of properties. The main type of properties of concern from a chemical point of view are the intrinsic properties. Among these are the mass (molecular weight), the volume, as well as various thermophysical, mechanical, optical, electrical, transport properties, etc. Analytical pyrolysis is able not only to probe some thermophysical properties of polymers, but also to give some structural information that can be used indirectly for other characterizations of polymers.

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