EMA_6165_ABET_Syllabus_Fall_2010 - Polymer Physical Science...

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Polymer Physical Science EMA 6165 Sections DEPT, EDGE Professor Anthony B. Brennan University of Florida 1. Polymer Physics 2. Pre-requisites: Baccalaureate degree or equivalent – Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, or equivalent 3. Course Objectives: a. Extend basic polymer chemistry and physics to advanced solution and solid-state behavior for predictive engineering of bulk properties from molecular structure. b. Examine current literature in the correlation of properties with polymer chain dimensions, dynamics and architecture. 4. Dr. Anthony Brennan a. Office location – 309 MAE b. Telephone – 352.392.6281 (Forwarded to my Cell) c. E-mail address – [email protected] d. Web site – http://brennan.mse.ufl.edu 5. Meeting Times: TAPED 6. Class/laboratory schedule: 3 – 50 minute lectures per week 7. Meeting Location: DVD 8. Textbook Recommended: a. Title: Introduction to Physical Polymer Science b. Author: L.H. Sperling
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This note was uploaded on 07/20/2011 for the course EMA 6165 taught by Professor Brennan during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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