Polymer Science Engineering
A polymer is a large molecule made up of chains or rings of linked repeating subunits, which are called monomers. Polymers usually have high melting and boiling points. Because the molecules consist of many monomers, polymers tend to have high molecular masses. Numerous normal classes of polymers are made out of hydrocarbons, mixes of carbon and hydrogen. These polymers are particularly made of carbon molecules reinforced together, one to the following, into long chains that are known as the foundation of the polymer. Because of the nature of carbon, one or more other atoms can be attached to each carbon atom in the backbone. There are polymers that contain only carbon and hydrogen atoms. Polyethylene, polypropylene, polybutylene, polystyrene and polymethylpentene are examples of these. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) has chlorine attached to the all-carbon backbone. Teflon has fluorine attached to the all-carbon backbone. Nano photonics and optics is the investigation of the conduct of light on the nanometer scale, and of the association of nanometer-scale objects with light. It is a branch of optics, optical designing, electrical building and nanotechnology. It regularly includes metallic segments which can transport and concentrate light by means of surface plasmon polaritons.