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Enzymatic Polymerisation (Advances in Polymer Science) (Repost)

Enzymatic Polymerisation (Advances in Polymer Science) By G. M. Guebitz, Anja R. A. Palmans, Andreas Heise
2011 | 157 Pages | ISBN: 3642163750 | PDF | 3 MB

Enzymatic Polymerisation (Advances in Polymer Science) (Repost)  

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Enzymatic Polymerisation (Advances in Polymer Science) (Repost)

Enzymatic Polymerisation (Advances in Polymer Science) By G. M. Guebitz, Anja R. A. Palmans, Andreas Heise
2011 | 157 Pages | ISBN: 3642163750 | PDF | 3 MB

Polymer Libraries (Advances in Polymer Science) [Repost]  

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Polymer Libraries (Advances in Polymer Science) [Repost]

Polymer Libraries (Advances in Polymer Science) by Michael A. R. Meier
English | May 19, 2010 | ISBN: 3642001696 | 250 Pages | PDF | 4.43 MB

This is truly an exciting time to be in the ?eld of polymer science.
Bioactive Surfaces (Advances in Polymer Science) 2011th Edition

Bioactive Surfaces (Advances in Polymer Science) by Hans G. Börner
English | June 1, 2011 | ISBN: 3642201547 | 235 Pages | PDF | 7 MB

Erik Wischerhoff, Nezha Badi, André Laschewsky and Jean-François Lutz Smart Polymer Surfaces: Concepts and Applications in Biosciences; S. Petersen, M. Gattermayer and M. Biesalski
Enzymatic Polymerisation (Advances in Polymer Science) (Repost)

Enzymatic Polymerisation (Advances in Polymer Science) By G. M. Guebitz, Anja R. A. Palmans, Andreas Heise
2011 | 157 Pages | ISBN: 3642163750 | PDF | 3 MB
Supramolecular Polymers/Polymeric Betains/Oligomers (Advances in Polymer Science) by Akihiro Abe [Repost]

Supramolecular Polymers/Polymeric Betains/Oligomers (Advances in Polymer Science) by Akihiro Abe
English | July 28, 2006 | ISBN: 3540319239 | 309 Pages | PDF | 9 MB

This volume represents the Highest Impact Factor of all journals ranked by ISI within Polymer Science. It contains short and concise reports on physics and chemistry of polymers, each written by the world renowned experts. The information remains valid and useful after five or ten years.
Viscoelasticity Atomistic Models Statistical Chemistry (Advances in Polymer Science) by Karel Dusek

Viscoelasticity Atomistic Models Statistical Chemistry (Advances in Polymer Science) by Karel Dusek
English | May 19, 2000 | ISBN: 3540667350 | 220 Pages | DJVU | 3 MB

Contents include: prediction of viscoelastic properties and shear stability of polymers in solution, bridging the gap between atomistic and coarse-grained models of polymers, and principles of the quantitative description of the chemical structure of synthetic polymers.
Hydrogen Bonded Polymers (Advances in Polymer Science) by Wolfgang Binder [Repost]

Hydrogen Bonded Polymers (Advances in Polymer Science) by Wolfgang Binder
English | Apr 19, 2007 | ISBN: 3540685871 | 217 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

Control of polymeric structure is among the most important endeavours of modern macromolecular science. In particular, tailoring the positioning and strength of intermolecular forces within macromolecules by synthetic meth-ods and…
Supramolecular Polymers/Polymeric Betains/Oligomers (Advances in Polymer Science) by Akihiro Abe [Repost]

Supramolecular Polymers/Polymeric Betains/Oligomers (Advances in Polymer Science) by Akihiro Abe
English | July 28, 2006 | ISBN: 3540319239 | 309 Pages | PDF | 9 MB

This volume represents the Highest Impact Factor of all journals ranked by ISI within Polymer Science. It contains short and concise reports on physics and chemistry of polymers, each written by the world renowned experts. The information remains valid and useful after five or ten years.
Hydrogen Bonded Polymers (Advances in Polymer Science) by Wolfgang Binder [Repost]

Hydrogen Bonded Polymers (Advances in Polymer Science) by Wolfgang Binder
English | Apr 19, 2007 | ISBN: 3540685871 | 217 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

Control of polymeric structure is among the most important endeavours of modern macromolecular science. In particular, tailoring the positioning and strength of intermolecular forces within macromolecules by synthetic meth-ods and thus gaining structural control over the final polymeric materials has become feasible, resulting in the field of supramolecular polymer science.