Synthesis of Polymers: A Volume of the Materials Science and Technology Series
Wiley, May 11, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 686 pages
Polymers find their applications in ever more areas of modern technology. The invention of new synthetic methods allows the polymer chemist to design new polymer materials with specific mechanical, optical or electronic properties .
This concise handbook covers all modern synthetic methods in polymer science. It will enable the polymer chemist or materials scientist to find details about the specific synthesis he wants to use in designing polymers with new advanced properties.
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Prof Mitsuo Sawamoto Prof Hiroshi Uyama
Nonbiological SequenceSpecific Oligomers by Repetitive Syntheses
Transition MetalCatalyzed Polycondensation and Polyaddition
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a-CD acrylate addition ADMET alkyl alkylidene Allcock amine Angew anionic polymerization aqueous block copolymers bond carbon catalyst cationic chain end Chem chemical chemistry chiral comonomer complexes compounds controlled copolymerization covalent crosslinking cyclic dendrimers dienes emulsion polymerization end groups Engl ester etal ethylene Figure formation formed functional Grubbs Higashimura ions isotactic ization Kamigaito Lewis acid ligand living polymerization Macromol Macromolecules Macromolecules 29 macromonomer main chain materials Matyjaszewski mechanism merization mers metallocene metathesis methacrylate methyl molar mass molecular weight molecules monomer MWDs Newkome norbornene nucleophilic obtained olefin oligomers optically active oxidative phase Phys PMMA poly polymer chain polymer particles polymeriza polypropylene polyrotaxanes prepared propagation radical polymerizations reaction reactivity result ring ROMP rotaxanes Sawamoto Scheme Schrock side chains soluble solvent species stability structure styrene substituents surfactant synthesis temperature termination tion transition metal vinyl ether Wang well-defined Wulff yields