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Solution and Surface Polymerization

Edited by: Eli Ruckenstein , Hangquan Li , Chong Cheng

Print publication date:  April  2019
Online publication date:  April  2019

Print ISBN: 9780367134563
eBook ISBN: 9780429027420
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Comprising one volume of Functional and Modified Polymeric Materials, Two-Volume Set, this well-organized collection of papers by Professor Eli Ruckenstein and co-workers focuses on functional and modified polymeric materials prepared mainly through solution polymerization and surface polymerization. Although solution polymerization has been broadly utilized for the preparation of polymeric materials, the book shows significant approaches to special classes of polymeric materials including functional polymers by living ionic polymerization, degradable and decrosslinkable polymers, semi- and interpenetrating polymer network pervaporation membranes, and soluble conducting polymers. It also focuses on preparing and modifying conductive surface of polymer or polymer-based materials.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Functional Polymers by Living Ionic Polymerization Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Novel Monodisperse Functional (Co)polymers Based on the Selective Living Anionic Polymerization of a New Bifunctional Monomer, trans, trans-1-Methacryloyloxy-2,4-hexadiene  Download PDF
Chapter  3:  A Novel Successive Route to Well-Defined Water-Soluble Poly(2,3-dihydroxypropyl methacrylate) and Amphiphilic Block Copolymers Based on an Osmylation Reaction  Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Well-Defined Graft Copolymers Based on the Selective Living Anionic Polymerization of the Bifunctional Monomer 4-(Vinylphenyl)-1-butene  Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Selective Living Anionic Polymerization of a Novel Bifunctional Monomer 4-(Vinylphenyl)-1-butene and the Preparation of Uniform Size Functional Polymers and Amphiphilic Block Copolymers  Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Living Anionic Copolymerization of 1-(Alkoxy)ethyl Methacrylates with Polar and/or Nonpolar Monomers and the Preparation of Amphiphilic Block Copolymers Containing Poly(methacrylic acid) Hydrophilic Segments at Higher Temperatures than Usually Employed  Download PDF
Chapter  7:  A Novel Breakable Cross-linker and pH-Responsive Star-Shaped and Gel Polymers  Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Graft, Block–Graft and Star-Shaped Copolymers by an In Situ Coupling Reaction  Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Graft Copolymers by Combined Anionic and Cationic Polymerizations Based on the Homopolymerization of a Bifunctional Monomer  Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Monomer [1-(Isobutoxy) ethyl Methacrylate] That Can Undergo Anionic Polymerization and Can Also Be an Initiator for the Cationic Polymerization of Vinyl Ethers Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Block–Graft and Star-Shaped Copolymers by Continuous Transformation from Anionic to Cationic Polymerization  Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Degradable and De-Cross-Linkable Polymers Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Molten Ring-Open Copolymerization of L-Lactide and Cyclic Trimethylene Carbonate  Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Self-Polyaddition of Hydroxyalkyl Vinyl Ethers  Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Thermally Reversible Linking of Halide-Containing Polymers by Potassium Dicyclopentadienedicarboxylate  Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Covalent Cross-Linking of Polymers through Ionene Formation and Their Thermal De-Cross-Linking  Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Semi- and Interpenetrating Polymer Network Pervaporation Membranes Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Poly(acrylic acid)–Poly(vinyl alcohol) Semi- and Interpenetrating Polymer Network Pervaporation Membranes  Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Pervaporation of Ethanol–Water Mixtures through Polyvinyl Alcohol–Polyacrylamide Interpenetrating Polymer Network Membranes Unsupported and Supported on Polyethersulfone Ultrafiltration Membranes Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Pervaporation of Ethanol–Water Mixtures through Polydimethylsiloxane-Polystyrene Interpenetrating Polymer Network Supported Membranes  Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Soluble Conducting Polymers Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Soluble Polyaniline Co-doped with Dodecyl Benzene Sulfonic Acid and Hydrochloric Acid  Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Copolymers of Aniline and 3-Aminophenol Derivatives with Oligo(oxyethylene) Side Chains as Novel Water-Soluble Conducting Polymers  Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Water-Soluble Conducting Poly(ethylene oxide)-Grafted Polydiphenylamine Synthesis through a “Graft Onto” Process  Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Water-Soluble Self-Doped Conducting Polyaniline Copolymer  Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Preparation of Densely Grafted Poly(aniline-2-sulfonic acid-co-aniline)s as Novel Water-Soluble Conducting Copolymers  Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Hyperbranched Sulfonated Polydiphenylamine as a Novel Self-Doped Conducting Polymer and Its pH Response  Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Preparation and Modification of Conductive Surface Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Improved Surface Properties of Polyaniline Films by Blending with Pluronic Polymers without the Modification of the Other Characteristics  Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Synthesis of Surface Conductive Polyurethane Films  Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Conductive Surface via Graft Polymerization of Aniline on a Modified Glass Surface  Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Patterned Conductive Polyaniline on Si(100) Surface via Self-Assembly and Graft Polymerization  Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Luminescent Silicon Nanoparticles Capped by Conductive Polyaniline through the Self-Assembly Method  Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Miscellaneous Topics Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Syndio-Specific Polymerization of Styrene Using Fluorinated Indenyltitanium Complexes  Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Polyethylene-Palygorskite Nanocomposite Prepared via In Situ Coordinated Polymerization  Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Dendritic Polymers from Vinyl Ether  Download PDF
Chapter  38:  SiO–Poly(amidoamine) Dendrimer Inorganic/Organic Hybrids  Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Polyurethane Toughened Polylactide  Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Cooperative Toughening and Cooperative Compatibilization Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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