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Publication Date: 1994
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Buchholz, Fredric L., Peppas, Nicholas A.
Discusses the fundamental aspects of structure-property relationships in superabsorbent polymers, including network modelling and compressibility of ionic gels. Describes methods of preparation and specification of superabsorbents. Presents novel methods of preparation resulting in absorbent polymers with advanced properties. Examines emerging applications of superabsorbent polymers in the construction, agriculture, food, leisure, and communications industries.Buchholz, Fredric L. is the author of 'Superabsorbent Polymers Science and Technology', published 1994 under ISBN 9780841230392 and ISBN 0841230390.
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