Structural and Functional Properties of Polymers

Mainly Polymers are composed of compounds of carbon, hydrogen and hydrocarbons. These are specifically made of carbon atoms bonded together, into long chains and one to the next other that are called the backbone of the polymer. Whereas the Functional polymers are those contains functional groups that have a greater polarity or reactivity than a classic hydrocarbon chain which improves their segregation, or reactivity.

Physical properties of a polymer, such as its strength, flexibility, reactivity, Good corrosion resistance, lose dimensional tolerances, Poor tensile strength and transparency or in different colours depends on Chain length, Side groups, functional group attached and Cross-linking.

  • Polymer molecular weight of characterization
  • Anionic polymerization
  • Cationic polymerization
  • Free-radical polymerization
  • Co-ordinate polymerization
  • End-functionalized polymers
  • Interchain polymer formation

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