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Principles Of Polymerization George Odian Solution Manual Zip

Principles of Polymerization by George Odian

Principles of Polymerization is a textbook written by George Odian, a professor of chemistry at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York. The book covers the fundamentals and applications of polymer chemistry, with an emphasis on the mechanisms and kinetics of polymerization reactions. The book is intended for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as researchers and practitioners in the field of polymer science and engineering.

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The book has four editions, published in 1981, 1991, 2004, and 2019. The fourth edition has 832 pages and 16 chapters, covering topics such as:

  • Introduction to polymers and polymerizations

  • Step-growth polymerization

  • Radical chain polymerization

  • Copolymerization

  • Ionic and coordination chain polymerization

  • Polymerization techniques and reactors

  • Polymer characterization

  • Polymer molecular weight distribution

  • Polymer morphology and properties

  • Polymer solutions and thermodynamics

  • Polymer viscoelasticity and rheology

  • Polymer degradation and stabilization

  • Polymer additives and blends

  • Polymer processing and engineering

  • Special topics in polymerization

  • Biopolymers and bio-related polymers

The book is well-written, clear, and comprehensive, with numerous examples, problems, tables, figures, and references. The book also includes a glossary of terms, a list of symbols, and an appendix of mathematical formulas. The book is suitable for both self-study and classroom instruction.

The book has a companion website that provides additional resources for instructors and students, such as:

  • Solutions manual for selected problems in the book

  • PowerPoint slides for each chapter

  • Online quizzes and tests

  • Links to relevant websites and articles

The solutions manual for the fourth edition is available only to instructors who adopt the book for their courses. The manual contains detailed solutions for about half of the problems in the book, covering all chapters except chapter 16. The manual is 86 pages long and is written by the author himself. The manual can be obtained from the publisher by filling out a request form on the website.

The book is one of the most popular and authoritative textbooks on polymer chemistry, widely used by students and teachers around the world. The book has received positive reviews from experts and readers alike, praising its clarity, depth, breadth, and relevance. The book is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to learn or teach the principles of polymerization.

References: : Principles of Polymerization, Fourth Edition by George Odian : Companion website for Principles of Polymerization : Answers to Problems for Principles of Polymerization by George Odian

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