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Chapter 1. Introduction to Molecular Materials. “ The development of a civilization depends on new materials” Materials Science at the center of a tetrahedron of physics, chemistry, theory, and engineering Historical Development Declining trend in world consumption of metals

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chapter 1 introduction to molecular materials

Chapter 1. Introduction to Molecular Materials

“The development of a civilization depends on new materials”

Materials Science

at the center of a tetrahedron of

physics, chemistry, theory, and engineering

Historical Development

Declining trend in world consumption of metals

Increasing trend in world consumption of polymers

Polymer

one of the most important materials to the modern society

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Commodity Polymers
    • Plastics and rubbers: PS, PVC, PE, PP, PBD
    • Fibers: Nylons, PET, PAn
  • Specialty Polymers
    • Created to meet demands of specialized applications
    • Small tonnage production
    • High value added
  • Polymers Are Everywhere
  • (examples of polymer products)
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