Low Temperature Properties Of Polymers – Perepechko

In this post, we will see the book Low Temperature Properties Of Polymers by I. Perepechko.

About the book

The purpose of this book is to systematize the available material and to delineate the principal trends in the investigation of those closely interrelated properties—thermal (heat capacity, thermal conductivity, thermal expansion), acoustical, dielectric, visco- elastic, etc.—which govern the entire set of important physical properties of polymers at low temperatures. An attempt is made to show how the chemical constitution and the supermolecular
structure influence the physical properties of polymers in the low- temperature region·

All the chapters of this book, except the last two, are organized according to the same plan. Each chapter, devoted to a single physical property, consists'”of three sections. First, the theory of the property under discussion and the related physical phenomena are briefly considered. This is followed by a description of methods of investigation of these properties and phenomena at low temperatures. Finally, systematized data from experimental investigations are presented.

The last three chapters are concerned mainly with studies of the properties of polymers at low temperatures which have been carried out in recent years by the author and his collaborators P .D. Golub and V .E. Sorokin.

The book was translated from Russian by A. Beknazarov and was published in .

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Contents

 

Chapter 1 Heat Capacity of Polymers at low Temperatures 1

1.1. Basic Concepts of the Heat Capacity of Solids 1
1.2. Basic Concepts of the Heat Capacity of Polymers 8
1.3. Methods of Measuring Heat Capacity 17
1.4. The Heat Capacity of Polymers 20

Chapter 2 Thermal Conductivity of Polymers at low Temperatures 45

2.1. Basic Concepts of the Thermal Conductivity of Dielectrics 45
2.2. Methods of Measuring the Thermal Conductivity of Polymers 56
2.3. Thermal Conductivity of Polymers at low Temperatures 57

Chapter 3 Thermal Expansion of Polymers at low Temperatures 82

3.1. Thermal Expansion of Solids 82
3.2. Equations of State for Solids 83
3.3. Basic Concepts of the Thermal Expansion of Polymers 86
3.4. Methods of Measuring Thermal Expansion Coefficients of Polymers 95
3.5. Thermal Expansion Coefficients of Polymers 97

Chapter 4 Electrical Properties of Polymers at low Temperatures 110

4.1. Basic Concepts of the Electrical Properties of Polymers 110
4.2 Page 112 is Missing
4.3. Phenomenological Relaxation Theory of the Dielectric Properties of Polymers 113
4.4. The Mechanism of Dielectric Relaxation 120
4.5. Methods of Studying the Dielectric Properties of Polymers 124
4.6. Dielectric Properties of Polymers 126

Chapter 5 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Polymers at low Temperatures 147

5.1. Basic Concepts of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Polymers 147
5.2. Effect of the Structure and Composition of Polymers on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 154
Page 155 Missing
5.3. Investigation of the Molecular Motion in Polymers at low Temperatures by the nmr Method 164

Chapter 6 Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Polymers at low Temperatures 178

6.1. Effect of Chemical Constitution, Structure and Composition on the Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Polymers. Basic Concepts of Acoustic Spectroscopy of Polymers 178
6.2. Methods of Investigating the Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Polymers 183
6.3. Relaxation Processes in Polymers at low Temperatures 184

Chapter 7 the Acoustical Properties of Polymers at low Temperatures 206

7.1. Propagation of Ultrasonic Waves in Dielectrics 206
7.2. The Phenomenological Theory of Sound Propagation in Polymers 208
7.3. Experimental Methods of Acoustical Measurements in Polymers 211
7.4. Ultrasonic Velocity and Relaxation Processes in Polymers 216
7.5. Ultrasonic Velocity and Relaxation Processes in Linear Crystalline Polymers at Helium Temperatures. the Low-temperature Plateau 218
7.6. Ultrasonic Velocity and Relaxation Processes in Polymers Containing Methyl Groups 228
7.7. Ultrasonic Velocity and Relaxation Processes in Polymers With an Asymmetric Potential Barrier 232
7.8. Effect of Structure on Acoustical Properties 236

Chapter 8 Viscoelastic Parameters of Polymers at low Temperatures 241

8.1. Determination of the Main Viscoelastic Parameters of Polymers from Acoustic Measurements 241
8.2. Dynamic Elastic Moduli of Polymers 243
8.3. Poisson’s Ratio for Polymers Near the Liquid-helium Temperature 249

Chapter 9 Determining the Thermophysical Characteristics of Polymers by Acoustic Measurements at Helium Temperatures

9.1. Debye Temperatures and Heat Capacities Determined by Acoustic Measurements 255
9.2. Determining the Thermal Expansion Coefficients and Grüneisen Constants from Acoustic Measurements 261

Appendix 268

References 275

Name Index 285

Subject Index 297

 

 

 

 

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