There has been growing interest in heterogeneous systems as the contribution they make to polymer science and technology increases. Under heterogeneous conditions, the preparation and modification of polymers may yield products very different in structure, properties and chemistry from those formed in solution under analogous conditions. Heterogeneous Modification of Polymers covers the basic principles relevant to such systems, outlines the prospective developments leading to novel products and technologies and discusses both surface as well as the heterogeneously conducted bulk modifications of polymeric materials. A need has arisen for a volume which makes the distinction between homogeneous systems and is devoted entirely to heterogeneity and the specific characterizations of these reactions. Professor Jagur–Grodzinski′s book meets this need and will be invaluable to researchers and postgraduate students in this area of polymer science.
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