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Molecular weight and size of polymers Glass transition temperature of polymers Crystallinity in polymers Polymer solutions Experimental methods Elastomeric, Fibre- forming and plastic materials Rheology of polymeric materials Thermal analysis of TGA, DSC and DTA Molecular weight determination of polymers; Viscometry Rheometry Polymeric hydrogels Polymeric microgels Polymer composites and Blends Conducting polymers

Course Synopsis

Polymer Science or Macromolecular Science is the subfield of materials science concerned with polymers, primarily synthetic polymers such as plastics.

Course Learning Outcomes

After completion of course, students will be able to classify synthetic and biological polymers i respective subgroups explain the properties of polymers in solution explain the properties of polymers in solid state compare the mechanical properties of polymers based on their structures identify and explain differences between addition and stepwise polymerisation account for reaction mechanisms during radical, ionic and condensation polymerisation use methods for the characterisation polymer materials give examples of industrial application of polymers carry out a polymer synthesis based on a given protocol explain what preparations are needed to carry out a polymer synthesis choose analytical methods to characterise the polymerisation reaction and also the product

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Title : High Polymers
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