Complex Macromolecular Architectures: Synthesis, by Nikos Hadjichristidis, Akira Hirao, Yasuyuki Tezuka, Filip

By Nikos Hadjichristidis, Akira Hirao, Yasuyuki Tezuka, Filip Du Prez

The sphere of CMA (complex macromolecular structure) stands on the innovative of fabrics technological know-how, and has been a locus of severe examine task lately. This e-book provides an intensive description of the synthesis, characterization, and self-assembly of recently-developed complex architectural fabrics with a few strength functions.

The architectural polymers, together with bio-conjugated hybrid polymers with poly(amino acid)s and gluco-polymers, star-branched and dendrimer-like hyperbranched polymers, cyclic polymers, dendrigraft polymers, rod-coil and helix-coil block copolymers, are brought bankruptcy through bankruptcy within the ebook. particularly, the publication additionally emphasizes the subject of man-made breakthroughs by means of living/controlled polymerization because 2000.

in addition, popular authors give a contribution on unique subject matters resembling helical polyisocyanates, metallopolymers, stereospecific polymers, hydrogen-bonded supramolecular polymers, conjugated polymers, and polyrotaxanes, that have attracted massive curiosity as novel polymer fabrics with capability destiny purposes. furthermore, fresh advances in reactive mixing completed with well-defined end-functionalized polymers are mentioned from an commercial viewpoint. themes on polymer-based nanotechnologies, together with self-assembled architectures and suprastructures, nano-structured fabrics and units, nanofabrication, floor nanostructures, and their AFM imaging research of hetero-phased polymers also are integrated.

  • Provides accomplished insurance of lately built complicated architectural materialsContent:
    Chapter 1 Cyclic and Multicyclic Topological Polymers (pages 1–19): Takuya Yamamoto and Yasuyuki Tezuka
    Chapter 2 Ultrarapid techniques to light Macromolecular Conjugation (pages 21–52): Andrew J. Inglis and Christopher Barner?Kowollik
    Chapter three Synthesis and Self?Assembly of Hydrogen?Bonded Supramolecular Polymers (pages 53–95): Wolfgang H. Binder, Claudia Enders, Florian Herbst and Katharina Hackethal
    Chapter four fresh artificial advancements in Miktoarm superstar Polymers with greater than 3 varied hands (pages 97–132): Akira Hirao, Mayumi Hayashi, Tomoya Higashihara and Nikos Hadjichristidis
    Chapter five specific Synthesis of Dendrimer?Like Star?Branched Polymers, a brand new classification of Well?Defined Hyperbranched Polymers (pages 133–167): Hee?Soo Yoo and Akira Hirao
    Chapter 6 Arborescent Polymers with a Mesoscopic Scale (pages 169–194): Toufic Nabil Aridi and Mario Gauthier
    Chapter 7 Hyperbranched Glyco?Conjugated Polymers (pages 195–227): Toshifumi Satoh and Toyoji Kakuchi
    Chapter eight hugely Branched practical Polymer Architectures by means of Click?Chemistry concepts (pages 229–265): Mieke Lammens and Filip Du Prez
    Chapter nine residing Alkene Polymerization for Polyolefin Architectures (pages 267–316): Amelia M. Anderson?Wile, Joseph B. Edson and Geoffrey W. Coates
    Chapter 10 Precision Polyolefins (pages 317–347): Erik B. Berda and Kenneth B. Wagener
    Chapter eleven Polyhomologation: The dwelling Polymerization of Ylides (pages 349–376): Jun Luo and Kenneth J. Shea
    Chapter 12 Phenylenevinylene Homopolymers and Block Copolymers through Ring?Opening Metathesis Polymerization (pages 377–393): Chin?Yang Yu and Michael L. Turner
    Chapter thirteen Block Copolymers Containing Rod Segments (pages 395–429): Tomoya Higashihara and Mitsuru Ueda
    Chapter 14 Synthesis of Well?Defined Poly(meth)acrylamides with diverse Stereoregularity by way of residing Anionic Polymerization (pages 431–460): Takashi Ishizone
    Chapter 15 advanced Macromolecular Chimeras (pages 461–489): Hermis Iatrou, Marinos Pitsikalis, Georgios Sakellariou and Nikos Hadjichristidis
    Chapter sixteen Self?Assembly and functions of Polyferrocenylsilane Block Copolymers (pages 491–526): George R. Whittell, Jessica Gwyther, David A. Rider and Ian Manners
    Chapter 17 useful Polymeric Nanostructures ready through Self?Assembly and past (pages 527–567): Rachel ok. O'Reilly
    Chapter 18 Morphologies of Block and Star?Branched Polymers with 3 parts (pages 569–591): Hirokazu Hasegawa
    Chapter 19 Morphologies and Photophysical homes of Conjugated Rod–Coil Block Copolymers (pages 593–622): Chi?Ching Kuo, Cheng?Liang Liu and Wen?Chang Chen
    Chapter 20 Bulk Self?Assembly of Linear Hybrid Polypeptide?Based Diblock and Triblock Copolymers (pages 623–645): Sebastien Lecommandoux
    Chapter 21 AFM research of Comb (Co)Polymers with advanced Chain structure (pages 647–683): Michel Schappacher and Alain Deffieux
    Chapter 22 Tunable Thermoresponsive Polymers via Molecular layout (pages 685–715): Richard Hoogenboom
    Chapter 23 Fluorine?Containing Block Copolymers: Synthesis and alertness as a Template for Nanocellular and Porous buildings utilizing Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (pages 717–737): Hideaki Yokoyama and Kenji Sugiyama
    Chapter 24 Architectural Polymers, Nanostructures, and Hierarchical constructions from Block Copolymers (pages 739–761): Ian Wyman and Guojun Liu
    Chapter 25 Block Copolymer Nanostructured skinny motion pictures for complicated Patterning (pages 763–790): Michelle A. Chavis, Evan L. Schwartz and Christopher ok. Ober
    Chapter 26 Ring Polymers: potent Isolation and precise homes (pages 791–821): Haskell W. Beckham

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Furthermore, the reversibility of such chemistry may serve as the inspiration for the development of a variety of thermoresponsive materials. 4 Cycloadditions with Strained or Activated Alkynes Typically, organic azides and terminal alkynes do not react together (within the context of a click reaction) at ambient temperature and in the absence of a transition-metal catalyst. , 2009). It should be noted that the signals for the various species represent polymer chains of differing number of monomer repeat units.

Barner-Kowollik, “Ultra rapid approaches to mild macromolecular conjugation,” Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2010, 31, 14, 1247–1266. Ó Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. ) of cases, regioselectivity is not a crucial criterion for coupling reactions, least of all in macromolecular chemistry. A dramatic improvement in reactivity was subsequently achieved through the introduction of EWG (specifically propargylic fluorine atoms) to the cyclooctyne derivative. , 2007). It should be noted that a 10 : 1 ratio of azide to alkyne was utilized in the kinetic experiments.

2009a). In the case of BPDF end groups, the ultrarapid reaction is triggered by protonation of the pyridine ring nitrogen atom. In the case of BDEPDF end groups, no catalyst is required. J. Inglis, S. H. Stenzel and C. Barner-Kowollik, “Ultrafast click conjugation of macromolecular building blocks at ambient temperature,” Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2009, 48, 13, 2411–2414, Ó Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. ); (c) SEC traces of high molecular weight block copolymer formed via the RAFT-HDA click reaction and its precursor homopolymers.

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