By Vinod B. Damodaran, Divya Bhatnagar, N. Sanjeeva Murthy
This ebook offers a accomplished overview at the a number of processing and post-processing methodologies for biodegradable polymers. Written by means of execs with hands-on event on polymer processing, this publication presents first-hand wisdom of all modern processing recommendations. the present prestige and destiny demanding situations within the box are defined, in addition to a framework for designing novel units for wanted applications.
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Biomedical Polymers: Synthesis and Processing by Vinod B. Damodaran, Divya Bhatnagar, N. Sanjeeva Murthy