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Specialty Monomers and Polymers : Synthesis, Properties, and Applications - Kathleen O. Havelka

Specialty Monomers and Polymers

Synthesis, Properties, and Applications

Hardcover Published: 1st April 2000
ISBN: 9780841236370
Number Of Pages: 480

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Unlike generic plastics, specialty polymers are custom tailored for specific applications and are typically used in higher value products requiring improved performance. Interest in the field is growing steadily, and this book examines the recent advances in the synthesis, fundamental understanding and applications of specialty polymers. It is comprehensive in scope, covering and providing current information on topics ranging from the fundamentals to polymer synthesis and applications. Emphasis is placed on a nummber of materials issues including: developing a fundamental understanding of structure-property relationship that will lead to the rational design of polymers from specialty monomores, the synthesis of specialty monomers, and the elegant chemistry performed with these monomers to obtain polymers with unique properties.

"Based on talks presented at an ACS symposium, the 17 papers provide the state of the art in polymer synthesis, materials and synthesis. Topics include photoinitiated polymerization of a semifluorinated liquid crystalline monomer exhibiting a reduced rate in the smectic phase, single-molecular assemblies of hydrophobically-modified polyelectrolytes, surface modification of silica particles and silica glass beads, and amine functional specialty polymers as adhesives in multilayer film composite structures."--SciTech Book News "Based on talks presented at an ACS symposium, the 17 papers provide the state of the art in polymer synthesis, materials and synthesis. Topics include photoinitiated polymerization of a semifluorinated liquid crystalline monomer exhibiting a reduced rate in the smectic phase, single-molecular assemblies of hydrophobically-modified polyelectrolytes, surface modification of silica particles and silica glass beads, and amine functional specialty polymers as adhesives in multilayer film composite structures."--SciTech Book News "Based on talks presented at an ACS symposium, the 17 papers provide the state of the art in polymer synthesis, materials and synthesis. Topics include photoinitiated polymerization of a semifluorinated liquid crystalline monomer exhibiting a reduced rate in the smectic phase, single-molecular assemblies of hydrophobically-modified polyelectrolytes, surface modification of silica particles and silica glass beads, and amine functional specialty polymers as adhesives in multilayer film composite structures."--SciTech Book News "Based on talks presented at an ACS symposium, the 17 papers provide the state of the art in polymer synthesis, materials and synthesis. Topics include photoinitiated polymerization of a semifluorinated liquid crystalline monomer exhibiting a reduced rate in the smectic phase, single-molecular assemblies of hydrophobically-modified polyelectrolytes, surface modification of silica particles and silica glass beads, and amine functional specialty polymers as adhesives in multilayer film composite structures."--SciTech Book News "Based on talks presented at an ACS symposium, the 17 papers provide the state of the art in polymer synthesis, materials and synthesis. Topics include photoinitiated polymerization of a semifluorinated liquid crystalline monomer exhibiting a reduced rate in the smectic phase, single-molecularassemblies of hydrophobically-modified polyelectrolytes, surface modification of silica particles and silica glass beads, and amine functional specialty polymers as adhesives in multilayer film composite structures."--SciTech Book News

Prefacep. vii
Overview
Specialty Polymers: Diverse Properties and Applicationsp. 2
Synthesis
Synthesis and Aqueous Solution Behavior of Novel Polyampholytes Containing Zwitterionic Monomers 3-[(2-Acrylamido-2-methyl propyl)dimethylammonio]-1-propanesulfonate or 3-(N,N-Diallyl-N-methylammonio)-1-propanesulfonatep. 12
Synthesis and Emulsion Copolymerizations of Styrene Sulfonate Monomers for Cross-Linked Polyampholyte Latexesp. 25
Water Soluble Polymers Produced by Homogeneous Dispersion Polymerizationp. 36
Emulsion Polymerizations with 2-Acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonic Acidp. 46
Photoinitiated Polymerization of a Semifluorinated Liquid Crystalline Monomer Exhibiting a Reduced Rate in the Smectic Phasep. 54
Materials
Single-Molecular Assemblies of Hydrophobically-Modified Polyelectrolytes and Their Functionalizationp. 76
Dendritic Macromolecules: Hype or Unique Specialty Materialsp. 107
New N-Vinylformamide Derivatives as Reactive Monomers and Polymersp. 119
Epoxy-Based Thermoplastics: New Polymers with Unusual Property Profilesp. 132
Allyl Alcohol- and Allyl Alkoxylate-Based Polymersp. 147
New Monomers from Vegetable Oilsp. 159
Surface Modification of Silica Particles and Silica Glass Beadsp. 170
Applications
Amine Functional Specialty Polymers as Adhesives in Multilayer Film Composite Structuresp. 186
Sodium 2-Acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonic Acid Polymers as Agents for Controlling Mist in Aqueous Fluidsp. 200
New Saccharide-Derived Monomers and Their Use in Water-Treatment Polymersp. 211
Water Soluble Poly(acrylic acid-co-itaconic acid-co-N-vinylpyrrolidone) Materials: Optimization of Monomer Ratios for Copolymer Application in Glass-Ionomer Type Dental Restorativesp. 222
Author Indexp. 233
Subject Indexp. 235
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ISBN: 9780841236370
ISBN-10: 0841236372
Series: ACS Symposium Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 480
Published: 1st April 2000
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.6 x 15.5  x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.48