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Unformatted text preview: ± Significantly slower than addition polymerization ± Often form trifunctional molecules that can form cross-linked and network polymers Polymerization is the synthesis of high polymers from raw materials like oil or coal. It may occur by: 29 MSE 2090: Introduction to Materials Science Chapter 15, Processing of Polymers Summary ¾ Addition polymerization ¾ Condensation polymerization ¾ Crazing ¾ Creep modulus ¾ Deformation of semicrystalline polymers ¾ Effect of molecular weight, crosslinks, drawing, degree of crystallinity on mechanical properties ¾ Elastomer ¾ Fracture of polymers ¾ Glass transition temperature ¾ Plastics ¾ Relaxation modulus ¾ Thermoplastic polymer ¾ Thermosetting polymer ¾ Viscoelasticity ¾ Vulcanization Make sure you understand language and concepts:...
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