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Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Acetals 4. ROP of Cyclic Esters. Mechanisms of Ionic and Coordination Processes 4. Polymerization of Oxazolines 4.
Radical Ring-Opening Polymerization 4.
High-Molecular-Weight Poly ethylene oxide 4. Nonlinear Macromolecules by Ring-Opening Polymerization 4. Chain Extension by Ring Opening 4.
Ring-Opening Dispersion Polymerization 4. Oligomeric Poly ethylene oxide s. Functionalized Poly ethylene glycol s. PEGylation 4. Polyphosphoesters 4. Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Esters 4. Generalities 4. Template Polymerization 4. Mechanistic Aspects of Solid-State Polycondensation 4. Radical Polymerization at High Pressure 4. Electroinitiated Polymerization 4. Photopolymerization 4.
Frontal Polymerization 4. Microwave-Assisted Polymerization 4. Polycondensation 5. Introduction and Overview 5. Sequence Control in One-Step Polycondensation 5. Nonstoichiometric Polycondensation 5.
Chain-Growth Condensation Polymerization 5. Oxidative Coupling Polymerization 5. Advances in Acyclic Diene Metathesis Polymerization 5. Linear Acyclic Diene Metathesis Polyethylene 5. Enzymatic Polymerization 5. Nonlinear Polycondensates 5. Post-Polymerization Modification 5. Supramolecular Polymers 5. Chemistry and Technology of Step-Growth Polyesters 5. Biodegradable Polyesters 5. Polycarbonates 5. Aromatic Polyethers, Polyetherketones, Polysulfides, and Polysulfones 5. Chemistry and Technology of Polyamides 5.
Lyotropic Polycondensation including Fibers 5. Polyimides 5.
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High-Performance Heterocyclic Polymers 5. Metal-Containing Macromolecules 5. Phosphorus-Containing Dendritic Architectures 5. Epoxy Resins and Phenol-Formaldehyde Resins 5.
High-Temperature Thermosets 5. Macromolecular Architectures and Soft Nano-Objects 6. Introduction 6. Synthesis and Properties of Macrocyclic Polymers 6. Polymers with Star-Related Structures 6. Dendrimers 6. Hyperbranched Polymers 6. Definitions and Synthetic Strategies 6. Degree of Branching 6. Molecular Brushes 6. Spherical Polymer Brushes 6. Model Networks and Functional Conetworks 6. Polymer Nanogels and Microgels 6. Controlled Composition 6.
Well-Defined Block Copolymers 6. Graft Copolymers and Comb-Shaped Homopolymers 6. The Macromonomer Method 6. Synthetic—Biological Hybrid Polymers 6. Dynamic Supramolecular Polymers 6. Stereocontrolled Chiral Polymers 6.
Rigid—Flexible and Rod—Coil Copolymers 6.
Nanostructured Polymer Materials and Thin Films 7. Introduction 7. Block Copolymers in the Condensed State 7. Block Copolymer Thin Films 7.
Lamellar Morphologies 7. Phase-Mixed Morphology 7. Cylindrical Morphologies 7. Spherical Morphologies 7. Controlled Interfacial Interactions 7. Electric Fields 7. Magnetic Fields 7.
Solvent Evaporation 7. Gradient Fields 7. Surface Topography 7. Faceted Surfaces 7. Chemical Patterning 7. Nanoporous Membrane for Filtration of Viruses 7.
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Nanoreactors 7. Nanoscaffolding 7.
Templates from Nanodots to Nanorods 7. Block Copolymers under Confinement 7. Assemblies of Polymer-Based Nanoscopic Objects 7. Hybrid Polymer—Inorganic Nanostructures 7. A Model System 7. Nanostructured Electrospun Fibers 7. Soft Lithographic Approaches to Nanofabrication 7. Nanoimprint Lithography of Polymers 7. Modeling Mixtures of Nanorods and Polymers 7. Sterically Stabilized Nanoparticles in Solutions and at Interfaces 7. Synthesis and the Role of Surface-Bound Ligands 7.
From Simulation to Experiments 7. Electrical Conductivity of Polymer Nanocomposites 7. Polymer Dynamics in Constrained Geometries 7. Polymer Nanomechanics 7. Polymers for Advanced Functional Materials 8. Introduction — Applications of Polymers 8. Photoresists and Advanced Patterning 8. Rapid Prototyping 8. Polymer-Based Sensors 8. Electroactive Liquid Crystalline Polymers 8. Nanocomposites and Hybrid Materials 8. Polymer Photonics 8.
Optical Fibers 8. Adhesives and Sealants 8.
Polymer Membranes 8. Polymer Additives 8. Stimuli-Responsive Polymer Systems 8. Graphene and Its Synthesis 8. Polymers in Biology and Medicine 9. Introduction and Overview 9.
Lifelike but Not Living 9. Collagen 9. Silks 9. Elastins 9. Sequence, Structure, and Function 9. Synthesis and Applications 9. Resilin in the Engineering of Elastomeric Biomaterials 9. Artificial Proteins 9. Polysaccharides 9. Poly hydroxyalkanoate s 9. Polymers of the Cytoskeleton 9. Counterion Cross-Linking 9. Mechanical Interactions between Cells and Tissues 9.
Biological Adhesion 9. Viral Packaging of Nucleic Acids 9. Making New Materials from Viral Capsids 9.
Peptoid Oligomers 9. Polymer—Membrane Interactions 9. Protein—Polymer Conjugates 9. Biomimetic Polymers for Biomedical Applications 9. Potential of Biomaterial Design 9. Biomimetic Modification Techniques 9. Biocompatibility 9. Hydrogels 9. Polymeric Implants 9. Photopolymerizable Systems 9. Patterning of Polymeric Materials for Biological Applications 9. High-Throughput Approaches 9. Programming Cells with Synthetic Polymers 9.
Nucleic Acid Delivery via Polymer Vehicles 9. Polymeric Imaging Agents 9. Biodegradation of Polymers 9. Polymers for a Sustainable Environment and Green Energy Introduction Green Chemistry and Green Polymer Chemistry Methods for Analysis The 3D Hydrogen-Bonded Polymorph Guar and Guar Derivatives Acacia Gum Alginates Xanthan Polylactic Acid Gelatin Lignin as Building Unit for Polymers Natural Fibers Natural Rubber Biocomposites Processing of Plastics into Structural Components Processing and Performance Additives for Plastics Processing and Performance Additives for Coatings Polymer References These are references specifically on polymers, plastics, composites and related subjects.
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