By B.K.G. Theng
Formation and houses of Clay-Polymer Complexes offers a finished account of the reactions among clay minerals and natural polymers. The booklet opens with a dialogue of the buildings of universal clay minerals, clays colloid chemistry, and the behaviour of natural polymers at clay surfaces. this can be by way of a scientific remedy of complicated formation among clay minerals and diverse periods of artificial and of course happening polymers, an outline of the houses of the ensuing complexes and, anyplace acceptable, their useful functions. The booklet can have a brand new separate bankruptcy on clay-polymer nanocomposites. each one bankruptcy is written as a self-contained assessment paper, giving an inventory of connection with the unique literature.
- Describes the real improvement in clay-polymer nanocomposites
- Contains new figures and diagrams
- Extenisve revision of the former edition
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