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Synthetic Macromolecules with Higher Structural Order : ACS Symposium Series - Ishrat M. Khan

Synthetic Macromolecules with Higher Structural Order

ACS Symposium Series

By: Ishrat M. Khan (Editor)

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Published: 4th April 2002
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The potential for developing non-natural chiral macromolecular systems with functional specificities approaching biological systems is fascinating. In order to develop intricate macromolecular chiral structures with biofunctional propeties, it will be necessary for the synthetic chemist to combine secondary chiral structures into dissymmetric tertiary structures with specificities approaching those of enzymes. Synthetic Macromolecules with Higher Structural Order presents the complementary areas of synthesis and characterization of higher structurally ordered polymers. The volume is divided into three sections: higher ordering in synthetic polymers, synthetic peptides, and macromolecular assemblies.

In range and perspective and research information, there is nothing that compares with this work. As the first book of its kind to address the area of synthetic macromolecules with higher structural ordering, it will be of interest to a diverse group of scientists including organic and physical chemists, peptide chemists, polymer chemists, biochemists, molecular biologists, and molecular scientists ... no library worthy of the name can afford to be without it ... a most commendable book. Current Engineering Practice ... will serve as an excellent reference book and as a guide to new comers and established scientists in this interdisciplinary research area. For many of them, this work is the indispensible starting point. Current Engineering Practice

Prefacep. ix
Synthetic Macromolecules with Higher Structural Order: An Overviewp. 1
Higher Ordering in Synthetic Polymers
Synthesis of Single-Handed Helical Polymethacrylates from Designed Bulky Monomers by Anionic and Free Radical Catalysesp. 11
Profile of the Helical Structure of Poly(propiolic esters)p. 25
Helicity Induction on Optically Inactive Polyacetylenes and Polyphosphazenesp. 41
Helical and Higher Structural Ordering in Poly(3-methyl-4-vinylpyridine)p. 55
Helical Poly(diarylsilylenes): Effects of Higher Order Structure on Optical Activityp. 67
Structured Polymers with Stimuli-Responsive Chiroptical Behavior: Azobenzene-Modified Helical Constructsp. 87
Synthetic Peptides
Collagen Mimics: Synthesis and Properties of Disulfide-Bridged Trimeric Collagen Peptidesp. 103
Peptide-Amphiphile Induction of [alpha]-Helical and Triple-Helical Structuresp. 117
Macromolecular Assemblies
Synthesis, Helical Chirality, and Self-Assembling Hierarchical Structures of Amino Acid-Containing Polyacetylenesp. 133
Self-Assembly of Ferrocene-Based Block Copolymers: A Route to Supramolecular Organometallic Materialsp. 149
Toward Functional Architectures via Terpyridine-Based Metallo-Supramolecular Initiatorsp. 163
Reversed-Type Micelle Formation Property of End-Glycosidated Polystyrenep. 177
Ultracentrifugation Studies on the Solution Properties of Supramolecular Building Blocks for Polymers: Potential, Problems, and Solutionsp. 185
Dendritic Methodology Applied to the Prediction, Design, and Synthesis of Sol-Gel Materialsp. 201
Author Indexp. 215
Subject Indexp. 217
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ISBN: 9780841237285
ISBN-10: 084123728X
Series: ACS Symposium Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 4th April 2002
Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.7  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.45