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|Contributions||Kausch, H. Henning, Hassell, John A., Jaffee, Robert Isaac, 1917-|
|LC Classifications||TA455 P58 B37 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||644|
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Jump to navigation Jump to search. Polymer fracture is the study of the fracture surface of an already failed material to determine the method of crack formation and extension in polymers both fiber reinforced and otherwise. This book on "Polymer Fracture" might as well have been called "Kinetic Theory of Polymer Fracture".
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