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Polymer Crystallization

Methods, Characterization and Applications

Parameswaranpillai, Jyotishkumar / Jacob, Jenny / Krishnasamy, Senthilkumar / Jayakumar, Aswathy / Hameed, Nishar (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage August 2023
384 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-3-527-35081-0
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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Highlights the analysis and characterization of a wide range of polymers to predicts and influence essential behaviors for a variety of applications ranging from food packaging to 3D-printing.

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Control the development of polymer crystals with this groundbreaking introduction

Polymer crystallization is a crucial component of polymer development that impacts processing, applications, presentation, and more. Intervention in the polymer crystallization process, in the form of nanofilters, compatibilizers, and more, has the potential to improve optical and chemical properties, improve degrees of crystallinity, and increase hardness of polymer composites. The myriad applications of crystalline polymers make this one of the most exciting and fast-growing fields in polymer research.

Polymer Crystallization provides a comprehensive introduction to this field and its most important recent developments. It characterizes and analysis an expansive range of crystalline polymers and discusses possible mechanisms for influencing their crystallization processes to impact a variety of outcomes and applications. These applications include industries from food packaging to automotive parts to medical and aerospace materials.

Polymer Crystallization readers will also find:

* Detailed treatment of polymer morphology, rheology, modeling, and more
* Thorough introduction to the fundamentals of polymer crystallization
* Discussion of environmental safety issues and avenues for future research

Polymer Crystallization is a useful reference for materials scientists, polymer scientists, biomedical scientists, and advanced undergraduate and graduate students in these and related fields.

1. Introduction to polymer crystallization
2. Theories and mechanism of polymer crystallization
3. Morphology of crystallites and their effect on the mechanical properties of crystalline polymer system
4. Characterization of polymer crystallization by FTIR, XRD, and other scattering studies
5. Characterization of polymer crystallization using thermal methods (crystallization kinetics)
6. Rheology of crystallization polymers
7. Crystallization behavior of PP and its blends and composites
8. Crystallization of PE and PE based blends, and composites
9. Crystallization in poly (ethylene oxide) based blends, and composites
10. Crystallization of poly ketone-based blends and composites
11. Crystallization of polyamide-based blends and composites
12. Crystallization of PLA and its blends and composites
13. Crystallization in PLLA based blends, and composites
14. Crystallization in PCL based blends, and composites
15. Crystallization in PET-based blends and composites
16. Crystallization in Block copolymers-based blends and composites
17. Crystallization in miscellaneous polymer systems-based blends and composites
18. Modeling studies of polymer crystallization-based blends and composites
19. Crystallization and shape memory effect
20. 3 D printing of crystalline polymers
21. Application, recycling, environmental and safety issues, and future prospects of crystalline polymer composites
Dr. Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai is a prolific editor and researcher with more than 25 edited books, 125 high-quality international research articles, and 50 book chapters. He is a frequent invited speaker, and consultant for many multiple organizations internationally. He received numerous awards including the DSTs INSPIRE Faculty award (Most prestigious fellowship from the Government of India) and Kerala state award for the young scientist and best faculty award from KMUTNB, Thailand.

Dr. Jenny Jacob is the head of the bioscience department at MACFAST. She is a prolific researcher with many high-quality international research articles. She received numerous awards for her research findings.

Dr. Senthilkumar Krishnasamy is a Research Scientist at the Center of Innovation in Design and Engineering for Manufacturing (CoI-DEM), King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand.His area of research interests includes the modification and treatment of natural fibers, nanocomposites, 3D printing, and hybrid-reinforced polymer composites. He has published research papers in international journals, book chapters, and conferences in the field of natural fiber composites. He is also editing books from different publishers.

Dr. Aswathy Jayakumar received her doctoral degree in Biotechnology (2021) from the School of Biosciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, India. After her MSc. In Biotechnology, she has completed M.Phil in Biosciences. She has authored 29 publications including several journal articles and book chapters and has edited 1 book. Her area of research is the functional biology of endophytic microorganisms and nanotechnology-based food packaging systems. She received the Best paper award in Biotechnology at 31 st Kerala science Congress, 2019, and has also been selected for Business Innovation and Incubation centre.

Dr. Nishar Hameed is Group Leader in Smart Materials and Composites and an Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow at Swinburne University. He published more than 80 high-quality international research articles and has edited 2 books.