Table of contents for An introduction to polymer physics / David I. Bower.

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1. Introduction
2. Some physical techniques for studying polymers
3. Molecular sizes and shapes and ordered structures
4. Regular chains and crystallinity
5. Morphology and motion
6. mechanical properties I - time-independent elasticity
7. Mechanical properties II - linear viscoelasticity
8. Yield and fracture of polymers
9. Electrical and optical properties
10. Oriented polymers I - production and characterisation
11. Oriented polymers II - models and properties
12. Polymer blends, copolymers, and liquid crystal polymers
Appendix: Cartesian tensors
Solutions to problems

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Polymers, Polymerization