Polymer Chemistry A Practical Approach In PDF.

Polymer Chemistry
“A Practical Approach”

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Polymer Chemistry A Practical Approach In PDF


Polymer characterization.
1. Introduction
2. Synthetic routes to polymers
3. Molecular weight determination
4. Composition and microstructure
5. Optical microscopy
6. Electron microscopy
7. Analytical microscopy
8. Scanning probe microscopy
9. Thermal analysis
10. Molecular relaxation spectroscopy
11. X-ray and neutron scattering methods
12. Conclusions 

General procedures in chain-growth polymerization.

1. Introduction 
2. Free-radical chain polymerization 
3. Anionic polymerization 
4. Ring-opening polymerizations initiated by anionic reagents 
5. Coordination polymers 
6. Conclusions 

Controlled/‘living’ polymerization methods.

1. Introduction
2. Covalent ‘living’ polymerization: group transfer polymerization
3. Controlled free-radical polymerizations mediated by nitroxides 
4. Controlled free-radical polymerizations: atom transfer free-radical polymerizations (ATRP) and aqueous ATRP 

Step-growth polymerization—basics and development of new materials.

1. Introduction
2. The synthesis of an aromatic polyamide 
3. Preparation of a main-chain liquid crystalline poly(ester ether) with a flexible side-chain
4. Non-periodic crystallization from a side-chain bearing copolyester
5. A comparison of melt polymerization of an aromatic di-acid containing an ethylene glycol spacer with polymerization in a solvent and dispersion in an inorganic medium 

The formation of cyclic oligomers during step-growth polymerization.

1. Introduction
2. Synthesis and extraction of cyclic oligomers of poly(ether ketone)
3. Synthesis of some sulfone-linked paracyclophanes from macrocyclic thioethers
4. Summary

The synthesis of conducting polymers based on heterocyclic compounds.

1. Introduction
2. Electrochemical synthesis
3. Synthesis of polypyrrole
4. Synthesis of polyaniline
5. Synthesis of polythiophene
6. Conclusions

Some examples of dendrimer synthesis.

1. Introduction
2. Excess reagent method
3. Protection–deprotection method

New methodologies in the preparation of imprinted polymers.

1. Introduction
2. Sacrificial spacer approach
3. Preparation of bacteria-imprinted polymers

Liquid crystalline polymers.

1. Introduction
2. Synthesis of an acrylate-based liquid crystal polymer
3. The hydrosilylation reaction: a useful procedure for the preparation of a variety of side-chain polymers
    Fred J. Davis
    December 2003

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