7,000 polymer-related terms translated into nine languages.
Any way you say it, there's a definite need for this dictionary. Worldwide, research in polymers and composites is proceeding at an unprecedented rate and on diverse fronts. This dictionary provides a tool for translating research results, promotes the exchange of information, and enhances scientists' understanding of the wealth of data published in different languages.
The dictionary translates 7,000 terms into nine languages: English, Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Ukrainian.
It covers all polymer-related subject areas, including chemistry, physical chemistry, physics, spectroscopy, microscopy, theoretical models, polymer-based composites and nanocomposites, polymer and composite processing, and related equipment, tools, and standard testing techniques. Furthermore, this new publication is up to date and incorporates new research terms in composites and nanocomposites.
Authored by an international editorial board, the members of which are high-level experts in polymer science and native speakers in the languages they address, this is a must-have reference for all researchers and students working in the polymer field, including those in polymer chemistry, polymer physics, optics, engineering, organic chemistry, plastics engineering, and materials science.