This chapter focuses on polymer metastable states and phase transitions the classical understanding of metastable states is introduced in terms of the supercooling of the isotropic melt and crystallization as well as the superheating of the crystal and melting in the bulk of semicrystalline homopolymers. Phase transitions in polymers the role of metastable states item description brand new international edition paperback same text as us edition different isbn cover may be different prompt shipping fast delivery in 5 8 business days worldwide . 4 metastable states in phase transitions of polymers 41 supercooled liquids and crystallization 42 superheated crystals and crystal melting 43 metastable states in phase separated polymer mixtures and copolymers 5 metastable states observed due to phase transformation kinetics in polymers 51. A classical metastable state possesses a local free energy minimum at infinite sizes but not a global one this concept is phase size independent we have studied a number of experimental results . Phase transitions in polymers the role of metastable states unique phase transition behaviors of dpp 6c12 and their origins were investigated with the combined techniques of thermal
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