Spectroscopic Techniques for Polymer Characterization: Methods, Instrumentation, Applications

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  • Published: 24 November 2021
  • ISBN: 978-3-527-34833-6
  • Author: Yukihiro Ozaki, Harumi Sato
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An insightful exploration of cutting-edge spectroscopic techniques in polymer characterization

In Spectroscopic Techniques for Polymer Characterization: Methods, Instrumentation, Applications, a team of distinguished chemists delivers a comprehensive exploration of the vast potential of spectroscopic characterization techniques in polymer research. The book offers a concise outline of the principles, advantages, instrumentation, experimental techniques, and noteworthy applications of cutting-edge spectroscopy.

Covering a wide range of polymers, from nylon to complex polymeric nanocomposites, the author presents recent developments in polymer science to polymer, analytical, and material chemists, assisting them in keeping track of the progress in modern spectroscopy.

Spectroscopic Techniques for Polymer Characterization contains contributions from pioneers in modern spectroscopic techniques from around the world. The included materials bridge the gap between spectroscopists, polymer scientists, and engineers in academia and industry. The book also offers:

  • A thorough introduction to the progress in spectroscopic techniques, including polymer spectroscopy and near-infrared spectroscopy
  • Comprehensive explorations of topical polymers studied by spectroscopy, including polymer thin films, fluoropolymers, polymer solutions, conductive polymers
  • Practical discussions of infrared imaging, near-infrared imaging, two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy, and far-ultraviolet spectroscopy
  • In-depth examinations of spectroscopic studies of weak hydrogen bonding in polymers

Spectroscopic Techniques for Polymer Characterization: Methods, Instrumentation, Applications is a must-read reference for polymer, analytical, and physical chemists, as well as materials scientists and spectroscopists seeking a one-stop resource for polymer characterization using spectroscopic analyses.

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