eBook Polymer Science: A Comprehensive Reference, 1st Edition

  • Krzysztof Matyjaszewski
  • Martin Möller
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  • ISBN-10: 0080878628
  • ISBN-13: 9780080878621
  • DDC: 668.9
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 7760 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released September 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Integrates the multidisciplinary aspects of polymer science into one unique reference work.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 1.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors for All Volumes.
Contents of All the Volumes.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Basic Concepts and Polymer Properties.
2: Statistical Description of Chain Molecules.
3: Polymer Synthesis.
4: Static and Dynamic Properties.
5: Solutions of Charged Polymers.
6: Viscoelasticity and Molecular Rheology.
7: Rubberlike Elasticity.
8: Amorphous Polymers.
9: Semicrystalline Polymers.
10: Liquid Crystalline Polymers.
11: Phase Segregation/Polymer Blends/Microphase Separation.
12: Polymer/Colloid Interactions and Soft Polymer Colloids.
13: Polymer Gels.
14: Chain Conformation and Manipulation.
15: Polymers at Interfaces and Surfaces and in Confined Geometries.
16: Molecular Dynamics Simulations in Polymer Science: Methods and Main Results.
17: Monte Carlo Simulations in Polymer Science.
18: General Polymer Nomenclature and Terminology.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 2.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 2.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction and Perspectives.
2: Polymer Properties in Solutions.
3: Chromatography.
4: Fractionation.
5: Mass Spectrometry: MALDI (Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization) and ESI (Electrospray Ionization).
6: Solution NMR.
7: Solid-State NMR of Polymers.
8: Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy.
9: Vibrational Spectroscopy.
10: Light Scattering.
11: Neutron Scattering.
12: X-ray Scattering.
13: Combined Small-Angle Scattering for Characterization of Hierarchically Structured Polymer Systems over Nano-to-Micron Meter: Part I Experiments.
14: Combined Small-Angle Scattering for Characterization of Hierarchically Structured Polymer Systems over Nano-to-Micron Meter: Part II Theory.
15: Reflectivity, Off-Specular Scattering, and GI-SAS: Neutrons.
16: Reflectivity, GI-SAS and GI-Diffraction: X-Ray.
17: Optical Microscopy.
18: Fluorescence Microscopy, Single Fluorophores and Nano-Reporters, Super-Resolution Far-Field Microscopy.
19: Electron Microscopy of Organic Materials: An Overview and Review of Recent Developments.
20: Transmission Electron Microtomography.
21: Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy.
22: Micro X-Ray CT.
23: Scanning Probe Microscopy of Polymers.
24: Adhesion, Friction, and Lubrication between Polymer-Bearing Surfaces.
25: Single-Molecule Detection and Manipulation.
26: Plasmonics.
27: Ion Beam Analysis.
28: Rheological Characterization of Polymeric Liquids.
29: Mechanical Characterization of Glassy Polymers: Quantitative Prediction of their Short- and Long-Term Responses.
30: Rheo-Optics.
31: Calorimetry.
32: Dielectric Spectroscopy.
33: Conductivity Measurements.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 3.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 3.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction and Overview: Chain Polymerization of Vinyl Monomers.
2: Fundamental Aspects of Chain Polymerization.
3: Radical Reactivity by Computation and Experiment.
4: Radical Polymerization.
5: Controlled and Living Radical Polymerization – Principles and Fundamentals.
6: Degenerative Transfer with Alkyl Iodide.
7: Radical Addition–Fragmentation Chemistry and RAFT Polymerization.
8: Other Degenerative Transfer Systems.
9: Cobalt-Catalyzed Chain Transfer Polymerization: A Review.
10: Nitroxide-Mediated Polymerization.
11: Organometallic-Mediated Radical Polymerization.
12: Copper-Mediated Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization.
13: Transition Metal Complexes for Metal-Catalyzed Atom Transfer Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization.
14: Vinyl Polymerization in Heterogeneous Systems.
15: Cationic Polymerization of Nonpolar Vinyl Monomers.
16: Cationic Polymerization of Polar Monomers.
17: Anionic Polymerization of Nonpolar Monomers.
18: Anionic Polymerization of Protected Functional Monomers.
19: Anionic Polymerization of Polar Vinyl Monomers.
20: Industrial Catalysts for Alkene Polymerization.
21: Metallocene Alkene Polymerization Catalysts.
22: Chain Shuttling Catalysis and Olefin Block Copolymers.
23: Living Transition Metal-Catalyzed Alkene Polymerization: Polyolefin Synthesis and New Polymer Architectures.
24: Copolymerization of Alkenes and Polar Monomers by Early and Late Transition Metal Catalysts.
25: Alkene/CO Copolymerization.
26: Cycloolefin Polymerization.
27: Alkyne Polymerization.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 4.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 4.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction.
2: Thermodynamic and Kinetic Polymerizability.
3: Living Ring-Opening Olefin Metathesis Polymerization.
4: Ring–Chain Equilibria in Ring-Opening Polymerization.
5: Equilibrium Copolymerization in Ring-Opening Polymerization.
6: Organocatalyzed Ring-Opening Polymerizations.
7: Anionic Ring-Opening Polymerization of Epoxides and Related Nucleophilic Polymerization Processes.
8: Cationic Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Ethers.
9: Stereoselective Ring-Opening Polymerization of Epoxides.
10: Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Acetals.
11: ROP of Cyclic Esters. Mechanisms of Ionic and Coordination Processes.
12: ROP of Cyclic Carbonates and ROP of Macrocycles.
13: Rop of Cyclic Amines and Sulfides.
14: Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Amides (Lactams).
15: Polymerization of Oxazolines.
16: Ring-Opening Polymerization of Amino Acid N-Carboxyanhydrides.
17: Polymerization of Cyclic Siloxanes, Silanes, and Related Monomers.
18: Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Phosphorus Monomers.
19: Radical Ring-Opening Polymerization.
20: Architectures of Polymers Synthesized Using ROMP.
21: High-Molecular-Weight Poly(Ethylene Oxide).
22: Nonlinear Macromolecules by Ring-Opening Polymerization.
23: Current and Forthcoming Applications of Romp-Derived Polymers: Functional Surfaces and Supports.
24: Chain Extension by Ring Opening.
25: Ring-Opening Dispersion Polymerization.
26: Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization in the Synthesis of Conjugated Polymers.
27: Oligomeric Poly(Ethylene Oxide)s. Functionalized Poly(Ethylene Glycol)s. PEGylation.
28: Current and Forthcoming Applications of ROMP Polymers – Biorelated Polymers.
29: Polyphosphoesters: Controlled Ring-Opening Polymerization and Biological Applications.
30: Industrial Applications of ROMP.
31: Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Esters: Industrial Synthesis, Properties, Applications, and Perspectives.
32: Polymerization Kinetic Modeling and Macromolecular Reaction Engineering.
33: Template Polymerization.
34: Mechanistic Aspects of Solid-State Polycondensation.
35: Radical Polymerization at High Pressure.
36: Electroinitiated Polymerization.
37: Photopolymerization.
38: Frontal Polymerization.
39: Microwave-Assisted Polymerization.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 5.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 5.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction and Overview.
2: Principles of Step-Growth Polymerization (Polycondensation and Polyaddition).
3: Opportunities in Bio-Based Building Blocks for Polycondensates and Vinyl Polymers.
4: Sequence Control in One-Step Polycondensation.
5: Nonstoichiometric Polycondensation.
6: Chain-Growth Condensation Polymerization.
7: Oxidative Coupling Polymerization.
8: Condensation Polymers via Metal-Catalyzed Coupling Reactions.
9: Advances in Acyclic Diene Metathesis Polymerization.
10: Enzymatic Polymerization.
11: Nonlinear Polycondensates.
12: Post-Polymerization Modification.
13: Supramolecular Polymers.
14: Chemistry and Technology of Step-Growth Polyesters.
15: Biodegradable Polyesters.
16: Polycarbonates.
17: Aromatic Polyethers, Polyetherketones, Polysulfides, and Polysulfones.
18: Chemistry and Technology of Polyamides.
19: Lyotropic Polycondensation Including Fibers.
20: Polyimides.
21: High-Performance Heterocyclic Polymers.
22: Polyphenylenes, Polyfluorenes, and Poly(Phenylene Vinylene)s by Suzuki Polycondensation and Related Methods.
23: Metal-Containing Macromolecules.
24: Phosphorus-Containing Dendritic Architectures.
25: Epoxy Resins and Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins.
26: High-Temperature Thermosets.
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Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 6.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 6.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction: Aspects of Macromolecular Architecture and Discrete Nano-Objects.
2: Synthesis and Properties of Macrocyclic Polymers.
3: Polymers with Star-Related Structures: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications.
4: Dendrimers: Properties and Applications.
5: Hyperbranched Polymers: Synthetic Methodology, Properties, and Complex Polymer Architectures.
6: Molecular Brushes.
7: Spherical Polymer Brushes.
8: Model Networks and Functional Conetworks.
9: Polymer Nanogels and Microgels.
10: Controlled End-Group Functionalization (Including Telechelics).
11: Robust, Efficient, and Orthogonal Chemistries for the Synthesis of Functionalized Macromolecules.
12: Controlled Composition: Statistical, Gradient, and Alternating Copolymers.
13: Well-Defined Block Copolymers.
14: Graft Copolymers and Comb-Shaped Homopolymers.
15: Synthetic–Biological Hybrid Polymers: Synthetic Designs, Properties, and Applications.
16: Dynamic Supramolecular Polymers.
17: Stereocontrolled Chiral Polymers.
18: Conformation-Dependent Design of Synthetic Functional Copolymers.
19: Rigid–Flexible and Rod–Coil Copolymers.
20: Individual Nano-Objects Obtained via Hierarchical Assembly of Polymer Building Blocks.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 7.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 7.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction.
2: Block Copolymers in the Condensed State.
3: Block Copolymer Thin Films.
4: Block Copolymers under Confinement.
5: Assemblies of Polymer-Based Nanoscopic Objects.
6: Self-Assembly of Inorganic Nanoparticles in Polymer-Like Structures.
7: Hybrid Polymer–Inorganic Nanostructures.
8: Peptide–Polymer Conjugates Toward Functional Hybrid Biomaterials.
9: Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Multifunctional Hybrid Materials and Nanoscale Devices.
10: Nanostructured Electrospun Fibers.
11: Soft Lithographic Approaches to Nanofabrication.
12: Block Copolymer Thin Films on Patterned Substrates.
13: Nanoimprint Lithography of Polymers.
14: Modeling Mixtures of Nanorods and Polymers: Determining Structure–Property Relationship for Polymeric Nanocomposites.
15: Sterically Stabilized Nanoparticles in Solutions and at Interfaces.
16: Quasi-One-Component Polymer Nanocomposites Based on Particle Brush Assembly.
17: Electrical Conductivity of Polymer Nanocomposites.
18: Polymer Dynamics in Constrained Geometries.
19: Polymer Nanomechanics.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 8.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 8.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction – Applications of Polymers.
2: Top-Down versus Bottom-Up Patterning of Polymers.
3: Photoresists and Advanced Patterning.
4: Rapid Prototyping.
5: Polymer-Based Sensors.
6: Electroactive Liquid Crystalline Polymers.
7: Ink-Jet Printing of Functional Polymers for Advanced Applications.
8: Nanocomposites and Hybrid Materials.
9: Polymer Photonics.
10: Polymer-Based LEDs and Solar Cells.
11: Optical Fibers.
12: Adhesives and Sealants.
13: Polymer Membranes.
14: Polymer Additives.
15: Stimuli-Responsive Polymer Systems.
16: Graphene and Its Synthesis.
17: Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes and Their Enhanced Polymers.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 9.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 9.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction and Overview.
2: Lifelike but not Living: Selection of Synthetically Modified Bioinspired Nucleic Acids for Binding and Catalysis.
3: Collagen.
4: Silks.
5: Elastins.
6: Resilin in the Engineering of Elastomeric Biomaterials.
7: Artificial Proteins.
8: Polysaccharides.
9: Poly(Hydroxyalkanoate)s.
10: Polymers of the Cytoskeleton.
11: Mechanical Interactions Between Cells and Tissues.
12: Biological Adhesion.
13: Viral Packaging of Nucleic Acids.
14: Making New Materials from Viral Capsids.
15: Peptoid Oligomers: Peptidomimetics for Diverse Biomedical Applications.
16: Polymer–Membrane Interactions.
17: Protein–Polymer Conjugates.
18: Biomimetic Polymers (For Biomedical Applications).
19: Biocompatibility.
20: Hydrogels.
21: Polymeric Implants.
22: Photopolymerizable Systems.
23: Patterning of Polymeric Materials for Biological Applications.
24: High-Throughput Approaches.
25: Programming Cells with Synthetic Polymers.
26: Nucleic Acid Delivery via Polymer Vehicles.
27: Polymeric Imaging Agents.
28: Biodegradation of Polymers.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents of Volume 10.
Volume Editors.
Editors-in-Chief: Biographies.
Editors: Biographies.
Contributors of Volume 10.
Preface.
Foreword.
1: Introduction: Polymers for a Sustainable Environment and Green Energy.
2: Green Chemistry and Green Polymer Chemistry.
3: Lipid-Based Polymer Building Blocks and Polymers.
4: Mono-, Di-, and Oligosaccharides as Precursors for Polymer Synthesis.
5: Celluloses and Polyoses/Hemicelluloses.
6: Nanochitins and Nanochitosans, Paving the Way to Eco-Friendly and Energy-Saving Exploitation of Marine Resources.
7: Starch-Based Biopolymers in Paper, Corrugating, and Other Industrial Applications.
8: Guar and Guar Derivatives.
9: Acacia Gum.
10: Alginates: Properties and Applications.
11: Xanthan.
12: Polylactic Acid.
13: Gelatin.
14: Processing Soy Protein Concentrate as Plastic in Polymer Blends.
15: Lignin as Building Unit for Polymers.
16: Natural Fibers.
17: Natural Rubber.
18: Biocomposites: Long Natural Fiber-Reinforced Biopolymers.
19: Performance Profile of Biopolymers Compared to Conventional Plastics.
20: Processing of Plastics into Structural Components.
21: Processing and Performance Additives for Plastics.
22: Processing and Performance Additives for Coatings.
23: Paper.
24: Polyurethanes.
25: Polysiloxanes.
26: Lubricant and Fuel Additives Based on Polyalkylmethacrylates.
27: Aqueous Emulsion Polymers.
28: Water-Based Epoxy Systems.
29: Powder Coatings.
30: Radiation-Curing Polymer Systems.
31: Plastics after Use: Sustainable Management of Material and Energy Resources.
32: Polymers in Energy Applications.
33: Poly(Perfluorosulfonic Acid) Membranes.
34: Alternative Hydrocarbon Membranes by Step Growth.
35: Alternative Proton Exchange Membranes by Chain-Growth Polymerization.
36: Polymers in Membrane Electrode Assemblies.
37: Morphology of Proton Exchange Membranes.
38: Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Degradation.
39: Molecular and Mesoscale Modeling of Proton Exchange Membranes.
40: Polymers for Thin Film Capacitors: Energy Storage – Li Conducting Polymers.
41: Aromatic Poly(amides) for Reverse Osmosis.
42: Electrolyzer Membranes.
Index.
Permission Acknowledgments.