Polymer Physics and Chemistry

Polymer physics deals with the structure and properties of polymers and also the reaction kinetics of polymerization of monomers and degradation of polymers that are in the form of solids, glasses, elastomers, gels, solutions, melt and semi-crystalline. These properties are of great interests in polymer technologies such as optoelectronics, coatings, medicine, food and pharmacy. Polymer chemistry is a vast field that involves the study of monomers and polymerization and the synthesis of new materials from various combinations and characteristics. The composition of monomers and the applied chemical and processing techniques can largely affect the properties the polymer will possess at the end of the production.

  • Polymer gels
  • Molecular motion of polymers in a solution
  • Chemical properties of an isolated polymer molecule
  • Crystalline polymers
  • Crystalline polymers
  • Chain formation in polymers
  • Rubber elastic state of polymers

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