5 edition of Block Copolymers I (Advances in Polymer Science) (Advances in Polymer Science) found in the catalog.
December 21, 2005
Written in English
|Contributions||V. Abetz (Contributor), N. Hadjichristidis (Contributor), H. Iatrou (Contributor), M. Pitsikalis (Contributor), P.F.W. Simon (Contributor), Volker Abetz (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||238|
Comb block copolymers were grown from these block copolymers as they displayed initiators for the ring-opening polymerization of lactide and the atom transfer radical polymerization of styrene. Comb block copolymers with polystyrene and polylactide arms were synthesized with molecular weights up to 63 g mol The morphology of star-block copolymers is known to be similar to that of one arm, that is, the domain size of (AB) n star-block is equivalent to that of simple AB diblock copolymer. In addition biconuous network structures can be more easily formed from these star-shaped copolymers than linear diblock [ 14 ].
Inverse bicontinuous cubic mesophases of block copolymers are an emerging class of mesoporous structures consisting of block copolymer bilayers, in which well-defined reticulated pore networks are intertwined in a long-range crystalline order. Polymer cubosomes, colloidal particles consisting of inverse cubi. This unique text discusses the solution self-assembly of block copolymers and covers all aspects from basic physical chemistry to applications in soft nanotechnology. Recent advances have enabled the preparation of new materials with novel self-assembling structures, functionality and responsiveness and there have also been concomitant advances in theory and modelling.
dynamics of block copolymer melts, in particular rheological behaviour and studies of chain diffusion via light scattering and NMR techniques have also been the focus of several reviews [1,25,26]. The phase behaviour of block copolymer melts is, to a first approximation, represented in a morphology diagram in terms of wN and f . Here f is the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 2 volumes: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Synthesis of block copolymers / Nikos Hadjichristidis, Marinos Pitsikalis and Hermis Iatrou --Phase behaviour and morphologies of block copolymers / Volker Abetz and Peter F.W. Simon --Nucleation and crystallization in diblock and triblock copolymers.
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Product details Hardcover: pages Publisher: Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (Novem ) Language: English ISBN X ISBN Product Dimensions: x 1 x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to Cited by: Description. Block Copolymers: Overview and Critical Survey is a critical review of block copolymer technology and a comprehensive critical survey on the synthesis, characterization, properties, and applications of the specific block copolymer structures reported in the literature.
The copolymers are organized according to segmental architecture and chemical composition. Description. Block Copolymers: Overview and Critical Survey is a critical review of block copolymer technology and a comprehensive critical survey on the synthesis, characterization, properties, and applications of the specific block copolymer.
About this book Polymers may be classified as either homopolymers, consisting of one single repeating unit, or copolymers, consisting of two or more distinct repeating units. Block copolymers contain long contiguous blocks of two or more repeating units in the same polymer chain.
DOI link for Block Copolymers. Block Copolymers book. Block Copolymers. DOI link for Block Copolymers. Block Copolymers book. Edited By Francisco Balta Calleja, Zbigniew Roslaniec.
Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 9 June Pub. location Boca Raton. Imprint CRC Edition: 1st Edition. “Block copolymers have been studied for several decades; a period that has been punctuated by a number of books and review articles on the topic.
Despite this history; the subject is far from exhausted and; if anything; has experienced a strong renewal in recent years. About this book Focuses on recent advances in research on block copolymers, covering chemistry (synthesis), physics (phase behaviors, rheology, modeling), and applications (melts and solutions).
Having established the morphology of block copolymers crystallizing from single-phase melts, we examined whether microphase-separated melts could effectively template crystallization: for example, could crystallization be restricted to occur only within the cylinders of a hexagonal mesophase, even when the matrix polymer remains above its glass transition temperature.
Block Copolymer Examples. The material used to make automobile tires is a block copolymer called SBS rubber (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene). The blocks in SBS rubber are polystyrene and polybutadiene (StyreneButatineStyrene).Nitrile and ethylene-vinyl acetate are also copolymers.
Diblock Copolymers Finally, we will see how many of the ideas presented in the preceding sections can be applied in the analysis of diblock copolymers.
It will become clear that universality makes it possible to think about phase transitions in an abstract manner and develop novel and experimentally verifiable conclusions based on a general. Block copolymers — two or more different polymer chains linked together — have long been thought to offer the solution.
Local segregation of the. Block copolymers are normally prepared by controlled polymerization of one monomer, followed by chain extension with a different monomer (1) to form AB or ABC block copolymers. If you have not read the section on " Chain Extension " in the " Procedures for Initiation of an ATRP " you should return to that section if you wish to efficiently chain extend.
It is the belief of the editors of this book that the recognition of block copolymers as being amphiphilic molecules and sharing common features with other well-studied amphiphiles will prove beneficial to both the surfactant and the polymer communities. An aim of this book is to bridge the two communities and cross-fertilise the different fields.
Block copolymers are made up of blocks of different polymerized monomers. For example, polystyrene-b-poly (methyl methacrylate) or PS-b-PMMA (where b = block) is usually made by first polymerizing styrene, and then subsequently polymerizing methyl methacrylate (MMA) from the reactive end of the polystyrene chains.
Taking a detailed look at one of the key focal points where nanotechnology and block copolymers meet, this first book in the field provides both an introductory view for beginners as well as in-depth knowledge for specialists in the various research areas involved.
Block Copolymer Self Assembly during Rapid Solvent Evaporation: Insights into Cylinder Growth and Stability. ACS Macro Letters3 (1), DOI: /mzr. Shai Cohen and David Andelman.
Interfacial Phenomena of Solvent-Diluted Block Copolymers. Nikos Hadjichristidis, Stergios Pispas, George Floudas This pioneering text provides not only a guideline for developing synthetic strategies for creating block copolymers with defined characteristics, but also a key to the relationship between the physical properties and the structure and dynamics of materials.
First commercial block copolymers soon followed First hard-soft block materials in late s Thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) comprise vast majority of production More recently, adhesives, surfactants, membranes, cosmetics. Block Copolymer Usage.
A summary of block copolymer chemical structures and synthesis. It discusses physical methods of characterization such as computer simulation, microhardness, dielectric spectroscopy, thermal mechanical relaxation, ultrasonic characterization, transmission electron microscopy, X-ray scattering, and N.
Ultrasonic Characterization of Block Copolymers / Franciszek Lembicz, Miroslawa El Fray, Jerzy Majszczyk, Jerzy Slonecki Dielectric Relaxation of Block Copolymers / T.A. Ezquerra Polymer Blends with Block Copolymers / G.P. Hellmann Two Multiblock Copolymer Blends / Zbigniew Roslaniec.
Block Copolymer Templates for Pattern Transfer Applications, Dimensional Scalability and Fine-Tunability Down to Sub nm Length Scales, Directing Self-Assembly of Block Copolymers, Block Copolymers for Directed Nanoscale Synthesis and Self-Assembly, High Resolution Nanolithography, Block copolymers represent a subject of broad current re- searchemphasisacrossthefullspectrumofmacromolecular chemistry and physics, ranging from development of new synthetic strategies and molecular architectures to applica- tion of advanced theoretical and computational methods.Block Copolymers: Synthetic Strategies, Physical Properties, and Applications - Ebook written by Nikos Hadjichristidis, Stergios Pispas, George Floudas.