Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science

Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science

The Eleventh Biennial Polymer Symposium of the Division of Polymer Chemistry, Incorporated of the American Chemical Society was held November 20-24, 1982 at -the Cerromar Beach Hotel, Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico.

Author: E.J. Vandenberg

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1461297060

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 460

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The Eleventh Biennial Polymer Symposium of the Division of Polymer Chemistry, Incorporated of the American Chemical Society was held November 20-24, 1982 at -the Cerromar Beach Hotel, Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico. The theme of the meeting was "High Performance Polymers. " On this occasion Professor Herman F. Mark received the Fourth Division of Polymer Chemistry Award for his outstanding achievements and his unique missionary role in the development of Polymer Chemistry. Professor Mark was the premier organizer of many important firsts in polymer chemistry, to name just a few - the first polymer journal, the pre-eminent Journal of Polymer Science; the first U. S. academic center of Polymer Science at the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute which led to a long procession of eminent polymer scientists; the "High Polymer" Monograph series. In the Division of Polymer Chemistry, he was the first secretary-treasurer and chairman in 1955 •• A detailed biography follows along with Professor Mark's reminiscences on the Early Days of Polymer Science, the topic of his Award lecture. It was indeed a pleasure and ultimate honor to be the Chairman and organizer of the technical program of this Symposium. The fourteen invited lectures are given herein. I have tried and believe succeeded in presenting important current research by leading workers on High Performance Polymers.
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Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science

Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science

- The Structures of Collagen.- Panel Discussion with Dr. Muggins.- Head to Mead Polymers.- Polycondensation Reactions in the Presence of Polymer Matrices.- Telechelic Polyethylene.

Author: William J. Bailey

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461567431

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1013

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Ceremony for the Presentation of the Division of Polymer Chemistry Award to Maurice L. Muggins.- The Structures of Collagen.- Panel Discussion with Dr. Muggins.- Head to Mead Polymers.- Polycondensation Reactions in the Presence of Polymer Matrices.- Telechelic Polyethylene.- Soluble Ladder Type of Poly(silesquioxanes) Maving Functional Groups.- New Phosphorus-Containing Bisimide Resins.- Crosslinking of Gelatin by Reactive Polymers Effect of Polymer Structure on Gelation Time.- Study of Dextran-Methyl Methacrylate Graft Copolymer.- The Kinetics and Mechanisms of the Dehydrohalogenation of the.
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Advances in New Materials

Advances in New Materials

i 1 o - :> Contemporary Topics in POLYMER SCIENCE Volume 7 Advances in New.

Author: Joseph C. Salamone

Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corporation

ISBN: 0306442531

Category: Science

Page: 380

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Collects papers presented at a symposium held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, in November 1990, of the Division of Polymer Chemistry of the American Chemical Society. Topics discussed include high performance polymers, polymers for electronic applications, nonlinear optics, polymers from biological sour
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Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science

Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science

A detailed biography follows along with Professor Mark's reminiscences on the Early Days of Polymer Science, the topic of his Award 1ecture. It was indeed a pleasure and ultimate honor to be the Chairman and organizer of the technical ...

Author: E.J. Vandenberg

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461327592

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 460

View: 861

The Eleventh Biennial Polymer Symposium of the Division of Polymer Chemistry, Incorporated of the American Chemical Society was held November 20-24, 1982 at -the Cerromar Beach Hotel, Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico. The theme of the meeting was "High Performance Polymers. " On this occasion Professor Herman F. Mark received the Fourth Division of Polymer Chemistry Award for his outstanding achievements and his unique missionary role in the development of Polymer Chemistry. Professor Mark was the premier organizer of many important firsts in polymer chemistry, to name just a few - the first polymer journal, the pre-eminent Journal of Polymer Science; the first U. S. academic center of Polymer Science at the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute which led to a long procession of eminent polymer scientists; the "High Polymer" Monograph series. In the Division of Polymer Chemistry, he was the first secretary-treasurer and chairman in 1955 •• A detailed biography follows along with Professor Mark's reminiscences on the Early Days of Polymer Science, the topic of his Award lecture. It was indeed a pleasure and ultimate honor to be the Chairman and organizer of the technical program of this Symposium. The fourteen invited lectures are given herein. I have tried and believe succeeded in presenting important current research by leading workers on High Performance Polymers.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science

Contemporary Topics in Polymer Science

Volume 3 Mitchel C. Shen. Edited by Mitchel Shen Contemporary Topics in IPOLYMER SCIENCE Contemporary Topics in POLYMER, SCIENCE Volume 3 A Continuation Order. Front Cover.

Author: Mitchel C. Shen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461567400

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 340

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The Ninth Biennial Polymer Symposium, sponsored by the Division of Polymer Chemistry of the American Chemical Society, was convened during November 18-22, 1978 at Key Biscayne, Florida. The symposium also marks the occasion when the Second Division of Polymer Chemistry Award was presented to Professor C. S. Marvel for his outstanding achievements in polymer chemistry. The proceedings of this Symposium are recorded in this volume. Carl Shipp Marvel, more popularly known as Speed Marvel, was born in Waynesville, Illinois in 1894. He received his A.B. and M.S. degrees at Illinois Wesleyan University, and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees at the University of Illinois. After having completed his graduate education, Professor Harvel remained at the University as a member of the Chem istry faculty. He "retired" from Illinois in 1961, and moved to the University of Arizona where he continued his research in polymer chemistry. Out of the more than 500 publications, over 100 were from Arizona during his active retirement. Speed has so far trained 176 Ph.D. students and 128 postdoctoral fellows, and inspired countless young chemists to the science of macromolecules. No doubt these numbers will increase along with his scientific productivity. Professor Harvel has been honored on numerous ocasions prior to receiving the Division of Polymer Chemistry Award.
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