Handbook of Polyethylene: Structures: Properties, and Applications

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CRC Press, Jan 20, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 544 pages
This text provides the basic history, molecular structure and intrinsic properties, practical applications and future developments of polyethylene production and marketing - including recycling systems and metallocene technology. It describes commercial processing techniques used to convert raw polyethylene to finished products, emphasizing special properties and end-use applications.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Commercial Development of Polyethylene
27
Production Processes
43
Morphology and Crystallization of Polyethylene
67
Properties of Polyethylene
123
Characterization and Testing
241
The Chemistry of Polyethylene
375
Orientation of Polyethylene
415
Use and Fabrication of Polyethylene Products
459
The Future of Polyethylene
509
Index
523
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