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A similar empty pan is placed in the reference holder block. The instrument then allows T, the common temperature of the two holders, to be changed at a constant rate dT=dt ¼ T_ , while the two holders are ideally (see caption to ﬁg. 2) maintained at the same temperature by a feedback loop. Extra energy Q must be supplied to the sample holder at a rate dQ=dt to maintain its temperature the same as that of the reference holder; this rate is registered by the instrument and plotted either against T or against time t.
G. McCrum, C. P. Buckley and C. B. Bucknall, 2nd Edn, Oxford Science Publications, 1997. 2 Further reading speciﬁcally for chapter 1 (1) Giant Molecules, by H. F. , Time-Life International (Nederland) NV, revised 1973. An excellent, profusely illustrated layman’s introduction to the early development of synthetic polymers. (2) Landmarks of the Plastics Industry, Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd, Plastics Division, Welwyn, 1962. An anonymously authored volume published to mark the centenary of Alexander Parke’s invention of the world’s ﬁrst man-made plastic.
H. , New York, 2001. 26 Introduction (5) Polymer Physics by U. F. Gedde, Chapman & Hall, London, 1995. (6) The Physics of Polymers: Concepts for Understanding their Structure and Behaviour by G. R. Strobl, 2nd Edn, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1997. (7) The Principles of Polymer Engineering by N. G. McCrum, C. P. Buckley and C. B. Bucknall, 2nd Edn, Oxford Science Publications, 1997. 2 Further reading speciﬁcally for chapter 1 (1) Giant Molecules, by H. F. , Time-Life International (Nederland) NV, revised 1973.
An Introduction to Polymer Physics by David I. Bower