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High Polymers

Textbook of Polymer Chemistry

By Fred. W. Billmeyer Jr. Pp. viii + 518. (New York: Interscience Publishers, Inc.; London: Interscience Publishers, Ltd., 1957.) 10.50 dollars.

Polymer Processes

Chemical Technology of Plastics, Resins, Rubbers, Adhesives and Fibres. Edited by Calvin E. Schildknecht. (High Polymers: a Series of Monographs on the Chemistry, Physics and Technology of High Polymeric Substances, Vol. 10.) Pp. xvii + 914. (New York: Interscience Publishers, Inc.; London: Interscience Publishers, Ltd., 1956.) 19.50 dollars.

Chemistry of High Polymer Degradation Processes

By Dr. Norman Grassie. Pp. xv + 335. (London: Butterworths Scientific Publications; New York: Interscience Publishers, Inc., 1956.) 42s.

The Chemistry of Phenolic Resins

The Formation, Structure, and Reactions of Phenolic Resins and Related Products. By Robert W. Martin. Pp. xi + 298. (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1956.) 76s. net.

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BAWN, C. High Polymers. Nature 180, 672–673 (1957).

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