AC LEC 11-09

AC LEC 11-09 - Lecture 11 Polymer Materials Thermoplastic...

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Lecture 11 - Polymer Materials Thermoplastic Thermosetting Elastomers Polymerization Reactions Structure of Polymers non-crystalline partially crystalline
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Classification of Polymeric Materials Thermoplastics: Polymers that reversibly soften and flow when heated or treated with appropriate solvents. Thermosetting Plastics: Polymers that do not reversibly soften and flow when heated or treated with appropriate solvents. Elastomers: Can be elastically deformed a large amount
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Common Thermoplastics Polyethylene Polystyrene Polyvinyl Chloride Polycarbonate UHMWPE
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Thermoplastics Polymers that reversibly soften and flow when heated or treated with appropriate solvents. Long C-C backbone H, N, S, C l bonded to C Small molecules: monomers Chain of covalently-bonded monomers: polymers C-C and C-H bonds are covalent Chain-to-chain bonds are secondary
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(C H ) Ethylene C-C: Double covalent bond, 109.5º C-H: Four single covalent bonds C C H
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AC LEC 11-09 - Lecture 11 Polymer Materials Thermoplastic...

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