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Spectroscopic Methods Studies in Polymer

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The physico – chemical changes induced in polymers following to radiation can be studied by a range of spectroscopic techniques. Recent developments in instrumentation and data analysis procedures in electronic, vibrational and magnetic resonance spectroscopes have provided considerable new insights, into polymer structure and behavior. The applications of these spectroscopic methods in polymer studies are reviewed with emphasis on their utility in investigations of radiation effects on macromolecules
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  • Physics Department, Education Faculty, University of Al- Mustansiriyah, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Physics Department, Education Faculty, University of Al- Mustansiriyah, Baghdad, Iraq
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