Structure-Property Relationships of Polymeric Solids

  • Anne Hiltner

Part of the Polymer Science and Technology book series

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Ian R. Harrison, Jacqueline S. Butler, J. P. Runt
    Pages 75-83
  3. Mark S. Pucci, Stephen H. Carr
    Pages 139-153
  4. J. R. Collier, K. Lakshmanan, L. Ankrom, S. K. Upadhyayula
    Pages 155-173
  5. J. Kastelic, A. Buckley, P. Hope, I. Ward
    Pages 175-191
  6. Kim Walton, Abdelsamie Moet, Eric Baer
    Pages 193-204
  7. Daniel Graiver, John C. Saam, Madhu Baile
    Pages 227-233
  8. A. Chudnovsky, A. Moet, I. Palley, E. Baer
    Pages 235-246
  9. K. Nishinari, D. Chatain, C. Lacabanne
    Pages 255-268
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 269-270

About this book


This book contains a collection of original research papers which were presented in honor of the Bordon Award recipient, Professor Eric Baer, on the occasion of the 55th Meeting of the American Chemical Society (Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1981). The contributors are present or former colleagues and students who have worked with him in the Department of Macromolecular Science at Case Institute of Technology of Case Western Reserve University. Throughout his work, Eric Baer has attempted to find the relation­ ships of solid state structure and hierarchy to the resultant pro­ perties from which specific functions are derived. Although he has studied many seemingly unrelated subjects, from irreversible de­ formation, mechanics and yield processes in amorphous polymeric solids to structural organization and mechanical function of ten­ don, his unique goal has been to develop models from the real structure that would allow a quantitative description of properties. Today, this area of "microscience" is rapidly expanding as new and sophisticated applications of polymeric materials with multifunc­ tional properties are emerging from our understanding and control of the solid state. The wide-ranging ideas and the original­ ity of Professor Baer's contributions have stimulated many new concepts which are now widely accepted in the field of high polymers. The contributions to this volume represent many of the areas which he has explored.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Anne Hiltner
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Macromolecular ScienceCase Western Reserve UniversityClevelandUSA

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