CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Polymer Solutions, 3 Vol. Set

CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Polymer Solutions, 3 Vol. Set

Author: Christian Wohlfarth
ISBN 97808493500

Number of pages 656 

Each volume in this handbook brings together reliable, easy-to-use entries, references, tables, examples, and appendices on experimental data from hundreds of primary journal articles, dissertations, and other published papers. They all present critical data for understanding the physical behavior of polymer solutions, intermolecular interactions, and the molecular nature of mixtures - essential information for developing theoretical thermodynamic models.
Data includes:
• Low-and high-pressure equilibrium data
• Vapor-liquid equilibria (VLE)
• Gas solubility isotherms
• Liquid-liquid equilibria (LLE)
• High-pressure fluid phase equilibrium (HPPE) data
• Enthalpic and volumetric data
• Second virial coefficients This complete collection of the practical thermodynamic data contains essential information for industrial and laboratory processes such as handling polymer systems in supercritical fluids and material science applications such as computerized predictive packages, and chemical and biochemical processes, such as synthesis and characterization, fractionation, separation, purification, and finishing of polymers and related materials.

Data applies to fields including:
• Basic and applied chemistry
• Chemical engineering
• Thermodynamic research
• Computational modeling
• Membrane science and technology
• Polymer science
• Physical chemistry
• Biotechnology
• Environmental/green chemistry

The Latest Volume in this Handbook… An excellent companion to the author's previous publications of thermodynamic data, The CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Polymer Solutions at Elevated Pressures, provides the only complete collection of high-pressure thermodynamic data pertaining to polymer solutions at elevated pressures to date. It contains nearly 1600 data sets including VLE/gas solubility isotherms, LLE and HPPE for polymer systems in supercritical fluids, as well as volumetric, enthalpic, and virial coefficient data sets, all at elevated pressures.
CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Aqueous Polymer Solutions
Introduction. Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium (VLE) Data of Aqueous Polymer Solutions. Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium(LLE) Data of Aqueous Polymer Solutions. High-Pressure Phase Equilibrium(HPPE) Data of Aqueous Polymer Solutions. Enthalpy Changes for Aqueous Polymer Solutions. PVT Data of Polymers and Solutions. Second Virial Coefficients (A2) of Aqueous Polymer Solutions. Appendices. Index.
CRC Handbook of Thermodynamic Data of Polymer Solutions at Elevated Pressures
Introduction. Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium (VLE) Data and Gas Solubilities at Elevated Pressures . Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium (LLE) Data of Polymer Solutions at Elevated Pressures . High-Pressure Fluid Phase Equilibrium (HPPE) Data of Polymer Solutions . Enthalpy Changes in Polymer Solutions at Elevated Pressures . PVT Data of Polymers and Solutions . Pressure Dependence of the Second Virial Coefficients (A2) of Polymer Solutions . Appendices. Index
CRC Handbook of Enthalpy Data of Polymer-Solvent Systems
Introduction. Enthalpies of Mixing or Intermediary Enthalpies of Dilution. Polymer Partial Enthalpies of Mixing (At Infinite Dilution) or Polymer (First) Integral Enthalpies of Solution. Solvent Partial Enthalpies of mixing Measured by Calorimetry. Partial Molar Enthalpies of Mixing at Infinite Dilution of Solvents and Enthalpies of Solution of Gases/Vapors of Solvents in Molten Polymers from Inverse Gas-Liquid Chromatography (ICG). Table of Systems for Additional Information on Enthalpy Effects in Polymer Solutions. Appendices. Index.
Christian Wohlfarth is a chemical thermodynamicist specializing in phase equilibria of polymer and copolymer solutions. He is also a respected contributor to the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. Fully committed to ensuring the reliability of the data, the author includes results in these handbooks only if numerical values have been published or personally communicated to him by the original scientist. "The author…is known for his experience and his own experimental investigations on polymer and copolymer solutions for more than 20 years… readers interested in the field of thermodynamic properties of polymer solutions will benefit from this handbook and will identify the work that has to be done in the future." - Henry V. Kehiaian, Chariman, IUPAC-CODATA Task Group on Standard Physico-Chemical Data Formats