Harry R. Allcock is Evan Pugh Professor of Chemistry at The Pennsylvania State University. Frederick W Lampe (1927-2000) was a Professor of Chemistry at the Pennsylvania State University.
Harry R. degrees from the University of London. Professor Lampe was born in Chicago. Allcock, British, American chemistry professor. Guggenheim fellow 1986-1987; recipient Paul Flory Polymer Education award, 2010. src "/web/img/loading. gif" data-src "/web/show-photo. jpg?id 136457&cache false" alt "Other photo of Harry R. Allcock" class "gallery img" height "167". Other photo of Harry R. Allcock.
Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. 1. The Scope of Polymer Chemistry. 2. Condensation and Other Step-Type Polymerizations. 3. Free-Radical Polymerization. 4. Ionic and Coordination Polymerization. 5. Photolytic, Radiation, and Electrolytic Polymerization. 6. Polymerization of Cyclic Organic Compounds. 7. Reactions of Synthetic Polymers. 8. Biological Polymers and Their Reactions.
Frederick W Lampe (1927-2000) was a Professor of Chemistry at the Pennsylvania State University.
ISBN 13: 9780130650566. Harry Allcock; Fred Lampe Deceased; James Mark. Harry R.
Contemporary Polymer Chemistry book. Allcock (born April 8, 1932, Loughborough, England) is Evan Pugh Professor of chemistry at Pennsylvania State University. Allcock obtained his . in 1956, both at the University of London
Harry R. in 1956, both at the University of London. He is notable for his work on the "inorganic rubbers" with a phosphorus-nitrogen backbone (polyphosphazenes). With James E. Mark and Robert West, Allcock co-authored the book Inorganic Polymers (Oxford University Press, 2005).
Harry Allcock, H R Allcock, Frederick Lampe. For chemists and chemical engineers involved in polymer chemistry.
3 CONTEMPORARY POLYMER CHEMISTRY Harry R. Allcock Frederick W. Lampe James E. Mark. 4 Goal This course is designed to provide an introduction to polymer chemistry, including the synthesis, analysis, and physicochemical properties of macromolecules. 본 강의는 고분자 화학에 대한 개론으로 합성법, 분석법 및 물리화학적 특징들을 제공한다. Allcock is Evan Pugh Professor of Chemistry at The . Professor Lampe was a physical chemist whose polymer interests were in the areas of radiation-induced polymerizations, kinetics of polymerization processes, application of mass spectrometry to polymer degradation processes, statistical mechanics, and molecular weight methods.
Contemporary polymer chemistry. by. Allcock, H. R; Lampe, Frederick Walter, 1927- joint author.