The fifth edition of this outstanding reference work contains a much expanded range of NMR spectra, and includes a full CD-ROM version.
The material included in this work provides information on polymer microstructure or fine structure, which results from normal and abnormal addition modes, arising from secondary reactions, as well as tacticity or stereochemical arrangement of monomer units in the main chain of the skeleton.
Covering 1H and 13C NMR spectra of soluble (1H and 13C) and swollen gelled (13C) synthetic polymers, appropriate NMR analytical conditions are specified and all resonances, often obtained at different frequencies, are interpreted, together with details concerning the homopolymer (tacticity, molecular weight, chain lengths, etc) or copolymer (composition, distribution of comonomer units, etc) skeletons.
The polymer spectra are grouped in families: acrylics; amides; dienes; esters; ethers; olefins; siloxanes; styrenes and their derivatives; urethanes; vinyls; vinylidenes.
Represents the largest collection of polymer NMR spectra available
This unique source of information provides a fingerprint of individual polymers, so the microstructure or fine structure of the polymer can be readily identified. Appropriate NMR analysis conditions (solvent(s), temperature, pulse angle, etc.) are specified for each polymer sample. All the resonances, often obtained at different frequencies, are interpreted with remarks concerning the homopolymer or copolymer skeletons.
Contains over 530 1H and 13C NMR spectra of soluble and swollen gelled 13C polymers Includes new NMR polymer spectra, together with those previously published Comprehensive bibliography Spectra are grouped into families for ready-searching CD-ROM is fully searchable and user-friendly 5th Edition of popular reference work An essential reference for polymer chemists and physicists in research and industrial analytical laboratories.