Polymer Crystallography

These methods uses two primary crystallographic techniques used for studying polymer structure, X-ray fibre diffraction analysis and polymer electron crystallography, are described in this chapter. X-ray fibre diffraction analysis is a collection of crystallographic techniques used to determine molecular and crystal structures of molecules, or molecular assemblies that form specimens in which the molecules, assemblies or crystallites are approximately parallel but not otherwise ordered. The theory and techniques of structure determination by X-ray fibre diffraction analysis are reviewed.

 

  • Fibre specimens
  • Electron Crystallography
  • Semi crystalline polymer
  • Flexible polymers
  • Kinetics of polymer crystallinity
  • Thin single micro crystals

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