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Preface



PREFACE TO THE PRINT EDITION

The Polymer Data Handbook offers, in a standardized and readily accessible tabular format, concise

information on the syntheses, structures, properties, and applications of the most important polymeric

materials. Those included are currently in industrial use or they are under study for potential new

applications in industry and in academic laboratories. Considerable thought was given to the criteria

for selecting the polymers included in this volume. The first criterion was current commercial

importance—the use of the polymer in commercial materials—for example, as a thermoplastic, a

thermoset, or an elastomer. The second criterion was novel applications—a polymer that is promising

for one or more purposes but not yet of commercial importance—for example, because of its

electrical conductivities, its nonlinear optical properties, or its suitability as a preceramic polymer.

The hope is that some readers will become interested enough in these newer materials to contribute to

their further development and characterization. Finally, the handbook includes some polymers simply

because they are unusually interesting—for example, those utilized in fundamental studies of the

effects of chain stiffness, self-assembly, or biochemical processes.

Based on these three criteria, more than two hundred polymers were chosen for inclusion in this

work. The properties presented for each polymer include some of great current interest, such as

surface and interfacial properties, pyrolyzability, electrical conductivity, nonlinear optical properties,

and electroluminescence. Not all the properties are available for all the polymers included, and some

properties may not even be relevant for certain polymer classes. Some polymers exhibit properties

shown by few others—such as electroluminescence—and those have been presented as "Properties of

Special Interest."

The handbook entries were written by authors carefully chosen for their recognized expertise in their

specific polymers. The authors were asked to be highly selective, to choose and document those

results that they considered to have the highest relevance and reliability. All the entries were then

reviewed carefully by one or more referees, to ensure the highest quality and significance. Care was

taken to achieve maximum consistency between entries, especially with regard to terminology,

notations, and units. The goal was to facilitate searches in the printed version of the handbook and

electronically on the online site.

Grateful acknowledgment is made here to the important contributions of the anonymous referees. It is

also my real pleasure to thank a number of people at Oxford University Press for their help:

specifically, Robert L. Rogers and Sean Pidgeon contributed greatly to the initiation and formulation

of the basic structure of the handbook, and Matthew Giarratano carried out its implementation. It is

appropriate here to thank my wife Helen for the kind of support, tangible and intangible, that makes

an intimidating project, like this one, doable and sometimes even a pleasant experience.

James E. Mark

University of Cincinnati

October 1998



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Acrylonitrile-butadiene elastomers

Alkyd resins

Amino resins

Amylopectin

Amylose

Bisphenol-A polysulfone

Carborane-containing polymers

Carboxylated ethylene copolymers, metal salts (ionomers)

Cellulose

Cellulose acetate

Cellulose butyrate

Cellulose nitrate

Chitin

Collagen

Elastic, plastic, and hydrogel-forming protein-based polymers

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Epoxy resins

Ethylcellulose

Ethylene-propylene-diene monomer elastomers

Ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer

Ethylene-vinyl alcohol copolymer

Fullerene-containing polymers

Gelatin

Glycogen

Hydridopolysilazane

Hydroxypropylcellulose

Kevlar

Kraton D1100 SBS

Kraton G1600 SEBS

Metallophthalocyanine polymers

Nylon 3

Nylon 4,6

Nylon 6

Nylon 6 copolymer

Nylon 6,6

Nylon 6,6 copolymer

Nylon 6,10



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Nylon 6,12

Nylon 11

Nylon 12

Nylon MXD6

Perfluorinated ionomers

Phenolic resins

Polyacetylene

Polyacrylamide

Poly(acrylic acid)

Poly(acrylonitrile)

Poly(L-alanine)

Poly(amide imide)

Poly(amidoamine) dendrimers

Polyaniline

Poly(aryloxy)thionylphosphazenes

Poly(p-benzamide)

Poly(benzimidazole)

Poly(benzobisoxazole)

Poly(benzobisthiazole)

Poly(gamma-benzyl-L-glutamate)

Poly(1,3-bis-p-carboxyphenoxypropane anhydride)



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Poly(bis maleimide)

1,2-Polybutadiene

cis-1,4-Polybutadiene

trans-1,4-Polybutadiene

Poly(butene-1)

Poly[(n-butylamino)thionylphosphazene]

Poly(butylene terephthalate)

Poly(n-butyl isocyanate)

Poly(epsilon-caprolactone)

Polycarbonate

Polychloral

Polychloroprene

Poly(p-chlorostyrene)

Poly(chlorotrifluoroethylene)

Poly(cyclohexyl methacrylate)

Poly(di-n-butylsiloxane)

Poly(diethylsiloxane)

Poly(di-n-hexylsiloxane)

Poly(di-n-hexylsilylene)

Poly(dimethylferrocenylethylene)

Poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide)



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Poly(dimethylsiloxane)

Poly(dimethylsiloxanes), cyclic

Poly(dimethylsilylene)

Poly(dimethylsilylene-co-phenylmethylsilylene)

Poly(1,3-dioxepane)

Poly(1,3-dioxolane)

Poly(di-n-pentylsiloxane)

Poly(diphenylsiloxane)

Poly(di-n-propylsiloxane)

Poly(epichlorohydrin)

Poly(erucic acid dimer anhydride)

Polyesters, unsaturated

Poly(ether ether ketone)

Poly(ether imide)

Poly(ether ketone)

Poly(ether sulfone)

Poly(ethyl acrylate)

Polyethylene, elastomeric (very highly branched)

Poly(ethylene imine)

Polyethylene, linear high-density

Polyethylene, linear low-density



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Polyethylene, low-density

Polyethylene, metallocene linear low-density

Poly(ethylene-2,6-naphthalate)

Poly(ethylene oxide)

Poly(ethylene sulfide)

Poly(ethylene terephthalate)

Poly(ferrocenyldimethylsilane)

Polygermanes

Polyglycine

Poly(glycolic acid)

Poly(hexene-1)

Poly(n-hexyl isocyanate)

Poly(hydridosilsesquioxane)

Poly(4-hydroxy benzoic acid)

Poly(hydroxybutyrate)

Poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate)

Poly(isobutylene), butyl rubber, halobutyl rubber

cis-1,4-Polyisoprene

trans-1,4-Polyisoprene

Poly(N-isopropyl acrylamide)

Poly(lactic acid)



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Polymeric selenium

Polymeric sulfur

Poly(methacrylic acid)

Poly(methyl acrylate)

Poly(methylacrylonitrile)

Poly(N-methylcyclodisilazane)

Poly(methylene oxide)

Poly(methyl methacrylate)

Poly(4-methyl pentene-1)

Poly(methylphenylsiloxane)

Poly(methylphenylsilylene)

Poly(methylsilmethylene)

Poly(methylsilsesquioxane)

Poly(alpha-methylstyrene)

Poly(p-methylstyrene)

Poly(methyltrifluoropropylsiloxane)

Poly(norbornene)

Polyoctenamer

Polypentenamer

Poly(1,4-phenylene)

Poly(m-phenylene isophthalamide)



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Poly(p-phenylene oxide)

Poly(p-phenylene sulfide)

Poly(1,4-phenylene vinylene)

Poly(alpha-phenylethyl isocyanide)

Poly(phenylmethylsiloxanes), cyclic

Poly(phenylsilsesquioxane)

Poly(phenyl/tolylsiloxane)

Polyphosphates

Poly(phosphazene), bioerodible

Poly(phosphazene) elastomer

Poly(phosphazene), semicrystalline

Poly(phosphonate)

Polypropylene, atactic

Polypropylene, elastomeric (stereoblock)

Polypropylene, isotactic

Poly(propylene oxide)

Poly(propylene sulfide)

Polypropylene, syndiotactic

Poly(pyromellitimide-1,4-diphenyl ether)

Polypyrrole

Polyquinoline



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Poly(rotaxane), example 1

Poly(rotaxane), example 2

Poly(silphenylene-siloxanes)

Poly(silylenemethylene)

Polystyrene

Polystyrene, head-to-head

Poly(sulfur nitride)

Poly(tetrafluoroethylene)

Poly(tetrahydrofuran)

Polythiophene

Poly(1,3-trimethyleneimine) dendrimers

Poly(trimethylene oxide)

Poly[1-(trimethylsilyl)-1-propyne]

Polyurea

Polyurethane

Polyurethane elastomers

Polyurethane urea

Poly(vinyl acetate)

Poly(vinyl alcohol)

Poly(vinyl butyral)

Poly(N-vinyl carbazole)



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Poly(vinyl chloride)

Poly(vinyl chloride), head-to-head

Poly(vinylferrocene)

Poly(vinyl fluoride)

Poly(vinylidene chloride)

Poly(vinylidene fluoride)

Poly(vinyl methyl ether)

Poly(vinylmethylsiloxanes), cyclic

Poly(4-vinyl pyridine)

Poly(N-vinyl pyrrolidone)

Poly(p-xylylene)

Silicon (germanium) oxo hemiporphyrazine polymers

Silk protein

Starch

Styrene-acrylonitrile

Styrene-butadiene elastomers

Styrene-methylmethacrylate copolymer

Sulfo-ethylene-propylene-diene monomer ionomers

Syndiotactic polystyrene

Vinylidene fluoride–hexafluoropropylene elastomers



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