8 edition of Statistical, gradient, and segmented copolymers by controlled/living radical polymerizations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-166) and index.
|Statement||by Kelly A. Davis, Krzysztof Matyjaszewski.|
|Series||Advances in polymer science,, 159|
|LC Classifications||QD281.P6 F6 no. 159|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||2002512934|
2-(Dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate/styrene statistical copolymers (poly(DMAEMA-stat-styrene)) with feed compositions fDMAEMA = 80–95 mol%, (number average molecular weights Mn = – kg mol−1) were synthesized using succinimidyl ester-functionalized BlocBuilder alkoxyamine initiator at 80 °C in bulk. Polymerization rate increased three-fold on increasing Cited by: Gradient copolymers, where the gradient dominates the copolymer architecture, possess a lower degree of micro phase segregation than core-shell copolymers during film-forming processes. (8), (9) The broadened glass transition range of gradient copolymers can span much of the range intermediate to the corresponding homopolymer glass transition.
Many recent developments in polymer chemistry have advanced the synthesis of materials in which synthetic polymers are immobilized to biological (macro)molecules to enhance the solubility, stability, activity, or therapeutic utility of the biological entity. In particular, the versatility and robust nature of controlled radical polymerization (CRP) has enabled access to a diverse Cited by: Effect of pH on the mean particle diameter of the copolymers. The pH-sensitivity of the different copolymers and compositions was evaluated at pH , and The averages of the three size measurements are listed in Table 1. The particle size ranged from 82 to nm and increased with an increase in solution pH, for all copolymers.
This Perspective reviews the design and synthesis of RAFT agents. First, we briefly detail the basic design features that should be considered when selecting a RAFT agent or macro-RAFT agent for a given polymerization and set of reaction conditions. The RAFT agent should be chosen to have an optimal Ctr (in most circumstances higher is better) while at the same time Cited by: Use of oxyanion-initiated polymerization for the synthesis of amine methacrylate-based homopolymers and block copolymers Synthesis and characterization of melt processible acrylonitrile acrylate statistical copolymers via free radical aqueous slurry polymerization. Yang, J. .
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Statistical, Gradient, Block, and Graft Copolymers by Controlled/Living Radical Polymerizations.- Statistical Copolymers.- Linear Block Copolymers.- Other Chain Architectures.- Overall Summary. Series Title: Advances in polymer science, Responsibility: by Kelly A.
Davis, Krzysztof Matyjaszewski. More information: Table of contents. Statistical, Gradient, Block and Graft Copolymers by Controlled/Living Radical Polymerizations (Advances in Polymer Science) (Advances in Polymer Science ()) [Davis, Kelly A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Statistical, Gradient, Block and Graft Copolymers by Controlled/Living Radical Polymerizations (Advances in Polymer Science) Cited by: Aubrey D. Jenkins, Kurt L. Loening, in Comprehensive Polymer Science and Supplements, 2 Statistical copolymers.
Statistical copolymers are copolymers in which the sequential distribution of the monomeric units obeys known statistical laws; for example the monomer sequence distribution may follow Markovian statistics of zeroth (Bernoullian), first, second, or higher order.
Abstract. This review is focused on controlled/living radical polymerization methods for the preparation of various copolymers. A brief introduction to the subject of radical polymerization, and early attempts to control it, is followed by a detailed examination of the literature on controlled/living radical copolymerizations from the mids until Cited by: The development of CRP, and even more specifically Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization (ATRP), is based on understanding and integration of chemistry developed over the past 70 years in the fields of organic chemistry, coordination chemistry, conventional radical polymerization, and living ionic polymerizations, augmented by computational.
"Statistical, Gradient and Segmented Copolymers by Controlled/Living Radical Polymerizations" by Kelly A. Davis, Krzysztof Matyjaszewski; Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Springer Verlag; Berlin ; ISBN: "Handbook of Radical Polymerization" by Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Thomas P.
Davis (Editors); Hardcover: pages; Publisher. The synthesis of alternating and gradient copolymers as well as graft copolymers with statistical, gradient and block architectures was accomplished by controlled/living radical polymerization.
This review has summarized the information available in the literature regarding various copolymers that involved some aspect of controlled/living radical polymerization (CRP) for their synthesis.
The topics addressed included the formation of statistical, periodic and gradient copolymers, block and graft copolymers, including tethered.
Book: Davis KA, Matyjaszewski K. Statistical, Gradient, Block, and Graft Copolymers by Controlled/Living Radical Polymerizations, Advances in Polymer Science Series Volume New York, NY: Springer,pp. R () R () R (Final) Abstract: Springer - Book Description Exit; Book (1) Book Chapter. Statistical Copolymers Segmented Copolymers (Block, Grafts and Multisegmented Copolymers) Block Copolymers by a Single CRP Method Block Copolymers by Combination of CRP Methods Block Copolymerization by Site Transformation and Dual Initiators Multisegmented Block Copolymers from book Statistical, Gradient, Block and Graft Copolymers by Controlled/Living Radical Polymerizations (pp) Chapter February with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Controlled and Living Polymerizations Methods and Materials Edited by Axel H.E. M¨uller and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski. jpg. Book: Statistical, Gradient, Block, and Graft Copolymers by Controlled/Living Radical Polymerizations. None Davis KA, Matyjaszewski K: Davis KA, Matyjaszewski K.
Statistical, Gradient, Block, and Graft Copolymers by Controlled/Living Radical Polymerizations, Advances in Polymer Science Series Volume Polymerizations: From Mechanisms to Applications Jennifer M.
Heinen Iowa State University, controlled/living free radical polymerizations. The development statistical, gradient, block, and graft). The ﬁrst four chapters of this book are descriptions of the controlled/living polymerization of vinyl monomers. All of these chapters are.
The organotellurium-mediated living radical polymerization (TERP) method allows the synthesis of various polyacrylate and polymethacrylate derivatives with precise control of molecular weight and with defined end groups.
The method can be applied to the synthesis of AB-diblock and ABA- and ABC-triblock copolymers composed of different families of by: Sequence regulation of monomers is undoubtedly a challenging issue as an ultimate goal in polymer science.
To efficiently produce sequence-controlled copolymers, we herein developed the versatile tandem catalysis, which concurrently and/or sequentially involved ruthenium-catalyzed living radical polymerization and in situ transesterification of methacrylates (monomers: RMA) Cited by: Polymethylene-based copolymers by polyhomologation or by its combination with controlled/living and living polymerizations.
Zhang H(1), Alkayal N, Gnanou Y, Hadjichristidis N. Author information: (1)KAUST Catalysis Center, Polymer Synthesis Laboratory, Division of Physical Sciences and Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Cited by: His research group is involved in several areas of macromolecular engineering, especially in synthesis of various well-defined copolymers using atom transfer radical polymerization and other controlled/living polymerization techniques.
He is author of over peer-reviewed publications, over 50 book chapters, 8 books and 26 US patents. preparation of ABA block copolymers. For example, a,v-difunctional polyisobutene, capped with several units of styrene, Cl-St-PIB-St-Cl, prepared cationically (M n †, M w/M n †) was used as an efﬁcient difunctional macroinitiator for homogeneous ‘‘living’’ atom transfer radical polymerization to prepare triblock copolymers.
The resultant block copolymers show a narrow polydispersity compared to block copolymers synthesized by the conventional polymerization method and a sol–gel phase transition in the pH range of – These block copolymers are expected to find applications in various biomedical fields, especially in the area of drug by:.
Chapter 3 Statistical, Alternating and Gradient Copolymers (pages –): Bert Klumperman Chapter 4 Multisegmental Block/Graft Copolymers (pages –): Constantinos Tsitsilianis Chapter 5 Controlled Synthesis and Properties of Cyclic Polymers (pages –): Alain Deffieux and Redouane Borsali.Purchase Polymer Science: A Comprehensive Reference - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN Novel developments in the multidimensional characterization of segmented copolymers This fascinating class of polymers found applications in every aspect of human life due to their versatility and ability to provide unique properties that result from the properties of their building blocks being combined in a single product [1–4].