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POLYMER

CHARACTERIZATION
Laboratory Techniques and Analysis
Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff, Ph.D.
NOYES PUBLICATIONS
We,hc.od, 11ew .l.ny, U.S.A.
Copyright 0 1996 by Noyes Publications
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Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 96010912
ISBN: 0-8155-1403-4
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Cheremisinoff, Nicholas P.
Polymer characterization : laboratory techniques and analysis / by
Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff.
p. cm.
Includes index.
ISBN O-8155-1403-4
1. Polymers--Analysis. I. Title.
QD139.P6C483 1996
620.1920287--dc20 96-10912
CIP
Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff is a private consultant to industry,
academia, and government. He has nearly twenty years of
industry and applied research experience in elastomers,
synthetic fuels, petrochemicals manufacturing, and environ-
mental control. A chemical engineer by trade, he has authored
over 100 engineering textbooks and has contributed extensively
to the industrial press. He is currently working for the United
States Agency for International Development in Eastern
Ukraine, where he is managing the Industrial Waste Manage-
ment Project. Dr. Cheremisinoff received his B.S., M.S., and
Ph.D. degrees from Clarkson College of Technology.
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