The monograph is meant for elucidation of the radical pattern in chemical physics in regards to the polymer non-crystalline section. It stresses the actual phenomena affecting the kinetics and mechanism of chemical reactions continuing within the non-crystalline polymer matrix (NCPM). NCPM is depicted by way of a supramolecular (carcass-micellar) version. The version is assumed to mirror heterophase packing of polymeric chains, which co-operate as a molecular-chain sponge. The NCPM version offered is proved for sufficient description of critical structure-physical phenomena to complex the scheme of structural-kinetic modeling of chemical reactions in cumbersome polymers. Structure-physical phenomena elucidated within the monograph are: - peculiarities of polymer plasticization and polymer mixing with drinks; - structural and thermodynamic features of sorption of low molecular species; - houses of ESR (spin) probes and optical (molecular) probes; - positive factors of water absorbed through polymers; - mechanical and thermal results generated through the molecular-chain sponge; - supramolecular features of NCPM chemical physics. This monograph comprises the structural-kinetic modeling of advanced polymer chemical reactions. It offers with the matter of mechanism and kinetics of loose radical chain reactions utilizing thermal and photochemical version reactions of dibenzoyl peroxide with glassy-like polymers (cellulose triacetate, polycarbonate, polystyrene, polyamide PA-548), viscoelastic polymers (atactic polypropylene, polyamide PA-548, polyethylene, polyisobutylene, melted poly(ethylene oxide), and isotactic polypropylene. In all circumstances, the supramolecular heterophase mechanism of the procedures, which was once unknown for homogeneous platforms, was once proved. in addition, heterophase mechanisms of photochemical response among naphthalene and cellulose triacetate and photolysis of poly(methyl methacrylate) continuing as a photochain response are indicated.
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