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Chemistry - Polymer Science | A Prehistory of Polymer Science

A Prehistory of Polymer Science

Carnegie Mellon University, Gary Patterson

2012, IX, 49 p. 26 illus.

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  • Provides key insights into current issues and historical problems in polymer science
Polymer science is now an active and thriving community of scientists, engineers and technologists, but there was a time, not so long ago, when there was no such community. The prehistory of polymer science helps to provide key insights into current issues and historical problems. The story is divided into an ancient period, from Greek times to the creation of the molecular consensus, a nascent period, from Dalton to Kekule to van’t Hoff, and a period of paradigm formation and controversy, from Staudinger to Mark to Carothers. The prehistory concludes with an account of the epochal 1935 Discussion of the Faraday Society on “Polymerization.” After this meeting an active community engaged in trying to solve the central problems defined by the discussions.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Carothers - Development of Macromolecules - Faraday Society Polymerization - History Polymer Science - Macromolecular paradigm - Mark - Staudinger

Related subjects » History of Science - Polymer Science

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