Presentation Summary : Build a molecule of butane and then build an isomer of butane (isobutane). Polymers Carbon-based compounds Polymers Carbon-based compounds INFER: How does JELLO (a ...
Source : http://www.rsd17.org/TeacherWebPage/HighSchool/HFerrer/Polymers.ppt
Presentation Summary : Melting Point. As the length of hydrocarbons get longer, the Melting Point grows Higher. Why? Melting and BoilingTemperatures of Alkanes Number of Carbons Boiling ...
Source : http://www.unl.edu/ncmn/outreach/images2/Stamm.Synthetic.Polymers%20.pptx
Presentation Summary : CA State Standards Students know large molecules (polymers), such as proteins, nucleic acids, and starch, are formed by repetitive combinations of simple subunits.
Source : http://www.sciencegeek.net/Chemistry/Powerpoint2/Polymers.ppsx
Presentation Summary : The Structure and Properties of Polymers Also known as Bonding + Properties What is a polymer? A long molecule made up from lots of small molecules called monomers.
Source : http://www.worldofteaching.com/powerpoints/chemistry/Polymers.ppt
Presentation Summary : Polymers Chapter 4 * Thermoset data Thermoset Properties Specific Elastomeric Properties Elastomers, often referred to as rubber, can be a thermoplastic or a ...
Source : http://www.csun.edu/~bavarian/Courses/MSE%20227/Lectures_Exam1/Ch4-Polymers.ppt
Presentation Summary : Polymers Polymers: What are they? Different Types Uses and Applications Chemical Make-up Polymers - What are they? Polymers are a special kind of macromolecule The ...
Source : http://www.eng.buffalo.edu/Courses/ce435/Outreach/PolymerIntro.ppt
Presentation Summary : PLASTIC FIBER ELASTOMER objectives By the end of the class, students should be able To explain the importance of proper disposal of synthetic polymers To suggest ways ...
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Presentation Summary : "I just want to say one word to you -- just one word -- 'plastics.'" Advice to Dustin Hoffman's character in The Graduate Polymers: Introduction Polymer: High ...
Source : http://bama.ua.edu/~kshaughn/ch338/handouts/poly-lecture.ppt
Presentation Summary : Title: Polymers in Civil Engineering Author: Dr. Paul J. Tikalsky, P.E. Last modified by: pjt4 Created Date: 12/2/1996 2:52:42 PM Document presentation format
Source : http://www.engr.psu.edu/ce/courses/ce336/notes/CE336-12-Polymer-Composites.ppt
Presentation Summary : • What are the tensile properties of polymers and how are they affected by basic microstructural features? • Changing Polymer Properties: Hardening, anisotropy,
Source : http://www.d.umn.edu/~rlindek1/ENGR2110/Polymer%20study.ppt
Presentation Summary : Polymers Larry Scheffler Version 1.0 Definitions Polymer: a long chain molecule made up of many small identical units. Monomer: the smallest repeating unit of a ...
Source : http://www.pps.k12.or.us/schools/lincoln/files/lscheffl/Polymers.ppt
Presentation Summary : Introduction to polymers Definition, classifications, chemical/physical properties, some structures, applications Rheology Viscosity, newtonian and non-newtonian flow ...
Source : http://drtedwilliams.net/cop/734/734_Part3_Polymers.ppt
Presentation Summary : Where did nylon get its name? We say certain polymers are man-made, but the truth is they make themselves. Humans only have to get the ingredients near each other.
Source : http://www.chemistryland.com/PolymerPlanet/Polymers/PolymerPowerPointComp.ppt
Presentation Summary : POLYMER CHEMISTRY A Presentation for the Introductory Seminar in Chemistry The University of Akron October 15, 2008 Traian-Ovidiu Gheorghiu * * * What is a polymer ?
Source : http://www2.uakron.edu/genchem/CHEM199/POLYMER%20%20CHEMISTRY.ppt
Presentation Summary : Polymer Process Engineering Introduction * * Chapter 1. Primer/introduction Fibers Fibers are based on highly crystalline polymers that can be oriented axially to ...
Source : http://courses.engr.uky.edu/CME/mse404g/cme%20404g%20f10/lectures/Chapter%201.ppt
Presentation Summary : Polymers: Biomedical Applications Bryan Orellana September 16, 2010 Where can you find uses for polymers? Everywhere! There seems to be endless uses for polymers Why?
Source : http://courses.engr.uky.edu/CME/mse404g/cme%20404g%20f10/final%20materials/Medical%20Polymers%20Orellana.ppt
Presentation Summary : and polymers Structural Isomers Pentane and 2-methylbutane are both C5H12. Geometric Isomers cis = same side, trans = opposite sides 1,2-dichloroethene requires cis ...
Source : http://www.chalkbored.com/lessons/chemistry-11/isomers-polymers-answers.ppt
Presentation Summary : Mechanical Behavior mostly Ceramics, Glasses and Polymers. Chapter 6: Part 2. Dr. R. Lindeke
Source : http://www.d.umn.edu/~rlindek1/ME2105/Mechanical%20Behavior%20mostly%20Ceramics,%20Glasses%20and%20Polymers.pptx
Presentation Summary : Polymers can be solid without crystalline structures. These are called glasses. Polymers can be crystalline (amazing). Most useful polymers a little bit of both ...
Source : http://macro.lsu.edu/corecourses/msweb4/VirtualBook/Ch2_Classifications/Ch2_Polymer%20Classifications.ppt
Presentation Summary : Polymers CA State Standards Students know large molecules (polymers), such as proteins, nucleic acids, and starch, are formed by repetitive combinations of simple ...
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Presentation Summary : Biodegradable Polymers: Chemistry, Degradation and Applications What is Polymer Degradation? Why Would a Medical Practitioner Like a Material to Degrade in the Body?
Source : http://www.bioen.utah.edu/faculty/pat/Courses/biomaterials/Biodegradable%20Materials.ppt
Presentation Summary : Range of Polymers Plastics are further subdivided into thermoplastics and thermosets Range of Polymers Range of Polymers Another way of classifying polymers is in ...
Source : http://www.eng.uwi.tt/depts/chem/ugrad/chem_process/courses/chng1002/PolymerChemistry.ppt