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Mega Molecules: Tales Of Adhesives, Bread, Diamonds, Eggs, Fibers, Foams, Gelatin, Leather, Meat, Plastics, Resists, Rubber.... And Cabbages And Kings

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  • ISBN 9781839370427
  • Tittle Mega Molecules: Tales Of Adhesives, Bread, Diamonds, Eggs, Fibers, Foams, Gelatin, Leather, Meat, Plastics, Resists, Rubber.... And Cabbages And Kings
  • Author Lucas Makwaeba
  • Year 2022
  • Final Pages 241
  • Publisher Lone Star Tannery Inc.
  • EISBN 9781839260223
  • Binding Hardcover
  • About the Author

    Lucas Makwaeba serves as a Research Professor at Institute of Technology, Chihuahua. He received his Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry from Public Research University, Santa Catarina. His researches include synthesis and characterization of polymeric biomaterials, plasma deposition of thin films, and tissue engineering. He has written numerous articles, journals, and research papers on biochemistry, biomolecules, and polymer chemistry. Makwaeba is an active member of several scientific and technical societies, where he continues to share his expertise and knowledge.

  • About the Book

    "All life is based on big molecules, scienti cally called ""macromolecules"". Humans, animals, and plants cease to exist without these structural, reserve, and transport molecules. A macromolecule is a very large molecule, such as a protein. They are composed of thousands of covalently bonded atoms. Many macromolecules are the polymerization of smaller molecules called monomers. The most common macromolecules in biochemistry are biopolymers (nucleic acids, proteins, and carbohydrates) and large non-polymeric molecules such as lipids and macro-cycles. Synthetic bers and experimental materials such as carbon nanotubes are also examples of macromolecules. This book covers an introduction to macromolecules. Chapter 1 is the basic of mega molecules that deals with genuine plastics and other natural products. It also focuses on how to identify from rubber to elastomers, the atoms and molecules, and the valences and bonds. Chapter 2 sheds light on false doctrines. It covers the discovery of polymerizations, carbon chains, the polymers, and necessity fathers’ inventions. Chapter 3 focuses on chemistry of adhesives. Chapter 4 focuses on corn syrup and hi-tech. Corn syrup is a food syrup which is made from the starch of corn (called maize in many countries) and contains varying amounts of maltose and higher oligosaccharides, depending on the grade. Chapter 5 presents an emphasis on charges and current. Electrical phenomena result from a fundamental property of matter: electric charge. The atoms that constitute most matter we encounter contain charged particles. Protons and electrons each have one unit charge, but of opposite sign. Atoms are generally neutral because the number of electrons and protons are the same. Chapter 6 focuses on screwing up things. The formation of macromolecular coils is quite similar. The directions of successive bonds follow each other statistically but only apparently at random since they are given by the chemical structure of the macromolecules and thus by the lengths of the chain bonds, the magnitude of the valence angles, the spatial requirements of the substituents, attractive and repulsive forces, and so on. Chapter 7 intends to cover spiders, weavers, and webs that deals with the weaving of leather, silk, arti cial silk, and polyester. A focus on wool, cotton, and acrylics is also given."

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