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Ch Eng 4319/7319: Introduction to Polymer Materials   Tags: chemical engineering, course guides  

An introduction to the structure and properties of polymers. Solution properties, molecular weight determination and rheological behavior are studied. Manufacturing and processing techniques are considered.
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