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Complex Macromolecular Architectures

Synthesis, Characterization, and Self-Assembly

Wiley, J,
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The field of CMA (complex macromolecular architecture) stands atthe cutting edge of materials science, and has been a locus ofintense research activity in recent years. This book gives anextensive description of the synthesis, characterization, andself-assembly of recently-developed advanced architecturalmaterials with a number of potential applications.
The architectural polymers, including bio-conjugated hybridpolymers with poly(amino acid)s and gluco-polymers, star-branchedand dendrimer-like hyperbranched polymers, cyclic polymers,dendrigraft polymers, rod-coil and helix-coil block copolymers, areintroduced chapter by chapter in the book. In particular, the bookalso emphasizes the topic of synthetic breakthroughs byliving/controlled polymerization since 2000.
Furthermore, renowned authors contribute on special topics suchas helical polyisocyanates, metallopolymers, stereospecificpolymers, hydrogen-bonded supramolecular polymers, conjugatedpolymers, and polyrotaxanes, which have attracted considerableinterest as novel polymer materials with potential futureapplications. In addition, recent advances in reactive blendingachieved with well-defined end-functionalized polymers arediscussed from an industrial point of view. Topics on polymer-basednanotechnologies, including self-assembled architectures andsuprastructures, nano-structured materials and devices,nanofabrication, surface nanostructures, and their AFM imaginganalysis of hetero-phased polymers are also included.
* Provides comprehensive coverage of recently developed advancedarchitectural materials
* Covers hot new areas such as
o click chemistry o chain walking o polyhomologation o ADMET
* Edited by highly regarded scientists in the field
* Contains contributions from 26 leading experts from Europe,North America, and Asia
Researchers in academia and industry specializing in polymerchemistry will find this book to be an ideal survey of the mostrecent advances in the area. The book is also suitable assupplementary reading for students enrolled in Polymer SyntheticChemistry, Polymer Synthesis, Polymer Design, Advanced PolymerChemistry, Soft Matter Science, and Materials Science courses.
Color versions of selected figures can be found at www.wiley.com/go/hadjichristidis


Titel: Complex Macromolecular Architectures
Autoren/Herausgeber: Nikos Hadjichristidis, Akira Hirao, Yasuyuki Tezuka, Filip Du Prez (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9780470828274

Seitenzahl: 856
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Nikos Hadjichristidis is a Professor of Polymer atUniversity of Athens, Greece, where he is the Chairman of theChemistry Department. He also worked as an adjunct professor at theRoyal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, the TechnicalUniversity of Denmark, Institute of Chemical Engineering of theNational Research Council of Argentina, and the Simon BolivarUniversity, Venezuela. He holds considerable honors including theACS PMSE A. K. Doolittle Award (2003) and the International Awardof the Society of Polymer Science, Japan (SPSJ, 2007). He is also avery active with the editorial boards of Polymer journals. He haspublished more than 340 papers and 23 reviews in referredscientific journals, 4 patents, two books.
Yasuyuki Tezuka is a Professor of Polymer at the TokyoInstitute of Technology. His research has focused on topologicalpolymer chemistry, in particular on designing topologically uniquemacromolecular architectures by developing the electrostaticself-assembly and covalent fixation process. He was an associateeditor of Polymer Journal published by The Society ofPolymer Science, Japan from 2002-2006, and has been an Asian Editorof Reactive and Functional Polymers since 2006. He receiveda M.S. from The University of Tokyo in synthetic chemistry and aPh.D. from Ghent University (Belgium) in polymers.
Akira Hiraois a Professor of Polymer at the TokyoInstitute of Technology, where he was the Chairman of Polymeric andOrganic Materials Department four times and Vice-Dean of ChemistryDivision, undergraduate course (2004-2006). He is currently Membersof the Editorial Board of Macromolecules, PolymerJournal, Macromolecular Research, and EuropeanPolymer Journal.

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