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A scale is placed in front and a mirror behind the column, so ensuring that the piece of polymer is viewed normally to the scale when its position is noted. The column must be calibrated to give the densityversus-distance relationship, which is done by carefully inserting specially calibrated floats into it, each of which has a known effective density. It is essential to use several small pieces from any sample of material in order to check for consistency, particularly since it may be difficult to see small bubbles attached to such a piece.

1 Each junction point is formed by a chemical group that can join to several other groups, in the case illustrated to three. An example of such a group is shown in fig. 2. Although fig. 1(a) is two-dimensional, whereas the true polymer structure is three-dimensional, it does convey the correct impression that the density of units increases on going outwards from Fig. 2 the centre, which puts a limit on the degree of polymerisation for such structures. It also shows that the structure can contain cavities, which could be useful for incorporating small unbonded molecules into the structure.

New York, 2001. 26 Introduction (5) Polymer Physics by U. F. Gedde, Chapman & Hall, London, 1995. (6) The Physics of Polymers: Concepts for Understanding their Structure and Behaviour by G. R. Strobl, 2nd Edn, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1997. (7) The Principles of Polymer Engineering by N. G. McCrum, C. P. Buckley and C. B. Bucknall, 2nd Edn, Oxford Science Publications, 1997. 2 Further reading specifically for chapter 1 (1) Giant Molecules, by H. F. , Time-Life International (Nederland) NV, revised 1973.

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