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Microdomains in Polymer Solutions (Polymer Science and Technology)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plastics & polymers technology,
  • Polymer Chemistry,
  • Solution Chemistry,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Chemistry - Organic,
  • Science / Chemistry / General,
  • Chemistry - General,
  • Congresses,
  • Micelles,
  • Polymer solutions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages472
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9763852M
    ISBN 100306421100
    ISBN 109780306421105

    Macromolecules []. The term macromolecule was coined by Nobel laureate Hermann Staudinger in the s, although his first relevant publication on this field only mentioned high molecular compounds (in excess of atoms). At that time the phrase polymer as introduced by Berzelius in had a different meaning from that of today: it simply was another form of isomerism, . Normally this is very difficult to achieve because microbubbles float in the liquid covering the cells. We overcame this issue by confining the microbubbles in polymer solutions composed of polyethylene glycol and dextran. There are forces associated with the boundary between these two polymer liquids that prevent the microbubbles from escaping. Robert Gawley of the University of Arkansas has developed fluorescent dendrimers displaying spatially resolved microdomains on polymer beads for the detection of different algal toxins. Nanotechnology has a great future for providing solutions in the area of green energy applications, said Karn. The National Academies Press. doi:


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Based on the proceedings of an American Chemical Society Polymer Division Symposium on Microdomains in Polymer Solutions held, March April 1,in Las Vegas, Nevada"--Title page verso.

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Microdomains in Polymer Solutions by.,Springer edition, paperback. In the first half of this century, great strides were made in under­ standing the behavior of polymers in dilute solutions or in the solid state. Concentrated solutions, on the other hand, were commonly regarded as mainly of interest to practitioners, being too complex for the rigorous applicationBrand: Springer US.

Get this from a library. Microdomains in Polymer Solutions. [Paul Dubin] -- In the first half of this century, great strides were made in under standing the behavior of polymers in dilute solutions or in the solid state. Concentrated solutions, on the other hand, were. Concentrated solutions, on the other hand, were commonly regarded as mainly of interest to practitioners, being too complex for the rigorous application of statistical theory.

Given the preoccupation with the isolated polymer molecule and the attendant focus on the state of infinite dilution, it is not surprising that aggregation, and inter. Microdomains in Polymer Solutions by Paul Dubin,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Paul Dubin.

The book contains a collection of typical experimental data and their comparison with current theories, molecular or phenomenological, a summary of recent advances in the physics of concentrated polymer solutions and melts, and an elementary account of the renormalization group theory as applied to dilute solutions.

Part of the Polymer Science and Technology book series (NISS, volume 30) Abstract The alternating copolymers of maleic acid and n-alkyl vinyl ethers constitute a versatile group of polyacids which are ideally suited for studying the opposing effects of hydrophobic and ionic interactions in macromolecular by: 3.

Nagarajan R, and Kalpakci B, Microdomains in Polymer Solutions, P.L. Dubin, Plenum Press, New York, Ch. Micellization Of Surfactant-Polymer Mixtures. Theory of. Direct imaging of polyethylene crystallites within block copolymer microdomains Article in Journal of Polymer Science Part B Polymer Physics 38(19) - October with 45 Reads.

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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — $ Author: Paul Dubin. This book discusses the structures in polymer solutions and the transformations of functional groups in polymers. Organized into two parts encompassing 15 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the method for the determination of the structure of block copolymers in concentrated solution and in the dry state.

The strength of interaction between dissimilar components greatly influence the morphology of microdomains in polymer blends and block copolymers.

In the theories of polymer-polymer interfaces in multicomponent systems, the interaction between components usually is expressed in terms of a single parameter independent of concentration. The validity of such an. Kaori Kamata, Tomokazu Iyoda, in Nanomaterials, Phase-segregated Nanostructures in Block Copolymer Thin Films.

The microphase separation of block copolymers has been studied so far to observe specific microdomains and their aggregates in solution and specific morphology consisting of ordered microdomains in solid, as functions of both molecular parameters, such.

This book reflects the recent progress made in the field of scattering in polymers. A wide range of scattering studies on different polymer systems, including block copolymers, semicrystalline polymers, complex fluids, multicomponent systems, polymeric surfaces, and polymer processing are included, as well as new experimental techniques and theoretical treatments.

It is well-known that block copolymer thin films can be easily prepared on different substrates by spin coating. Here, we show that the cylindrical microdomains of polystyrene-b-poly(4-vinylpyridine) (PS-b-P4VP) copolymers can be oriented normal to the surface over a large area by spin coating in toluene/THF solvent mixture.

The structure and size of the PS-b-P4VP in Cited by: Nanoparticles can self-assemble into highly ordered two- and three-dimensional superlattices. For many practical applications these assemblies need to be integrated into polymeric matrices to provide stability and function.

By appropriate co-assembly of nanoparticles and polymers it has become possible to tailor the nanoparticle superlattice structure via the length and stiffness of Cited by:   "The book is highly recommendable for graduate students and researchers in polymer science." (TPE Magazine, March ) "This book would be ideal for any polymerist working in the field.

It would also serve as a graduate level text on the subject." (Materials & Manufacturing Processes, June/July ). Takayuki Ishizaka and Hitoshi Kasai (December 19th ). Fabrication of Polyimide Porous Nanostructures for Low-k Materials, High Performance Polymers - Polyimides Based - From Chemistry to Applications, Marc J.M.

Abadie, IntechOpen, DOI: / Available from:Cited by: 2. This method exploits the incompatibility of aqueous polymer solutions for creating distinct aqueous microdomains within a supramolecular hydrogel network.

By eliminating the need for hydrophobic barriers and allowing control over domain composition, this approach offers access to a new type of structured materials. The triblock copolymers displayed self-assembly behavior in aqueous solutions; the spherical nanoobjects were formed in aqueous dispersions.

Small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) showed that the triblock copolymers were microphase-separated; the P(POSS) blocks were self-organized into the microdomains.

To decrease the period or pitch (L 0) of the microphase-separated morphology, the total number of segments of the copolymer (N) must beas N is decreased, a symmetric diblock copolymer is in a phase-mixed state when χN Cited by: 9.

This review covers the preparation, characterization, properties, and applications of methylcelluloses (MC). In particular, the influence of different chemical modifications of cellulose (under both heterogeneous and homogeneous conditions) is discussed in relation to the physical properties (solubility, gelation) of the methylcelluloses.

The molecular weight (MW) obtained Cited by: For a microphase-separated diblock copolymer ionic gel swollen in salt solution, a molecular-thermodynamic model is based on the self-consistent field theory in the limit of strongly segregated copolymer subchains.

The geometry of microdomains is described using the Milner generic wedge construction neglecting the packing frustration. For the lamellar microdomains of PGM-b-PS, the scattering profiles show many higher order reflections with an increase in the domain spacing (L 0).

The lowest molar mass sample (M n = g/mol, N = 16) had sub-3 nm microdomains after conversion to by: 9. Lecture Block Copolymer-Homopolymer Blends • Analog to Low Molar Mass Surfactants –CMC –Micelles – Micellar Ordering • BCP Micelles: Dilute diblock in a sea of homopolymer (solvent) – Leibler, Orland and Wheeler get it right – Micellar Shape Transitions • Homopolymer Swollen Microdomains in Ordered Phases.

Nagarajan and B. Kalpakci. Viscometric Investigation of Complexes Between Polyethyleneoxide and Surfactant Micelles. In “Microdomains in Polymer Solutions,” Ed. Dubin, Plenum Press () pp. Nagarajan. Thermodynamics of Non-ionic Polymer-Micelle Association. Colloids and Surfaces, 13, ().

Purchase Microchemistry - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. A polymer prepared from a single monomer is called a homopolymer. The unlike blocks in block copolymers tend to phase separate into microdomains forming different mesophases. developed a straightforward method for the macroscopic alignment of bulk polymer-nanoparticle hybrid materials from solutions.

2D SAXS patterns show orientation. Despite the widespread application of block copolymers, their rheology in the two-phase state, characterized by large viscosities and elasticities, has only recently yielded to understanding. We investigated the flow behavior of sphere-forming block copolymers.

In the ordered state, at low shear stresses, the microdomains are ordered, giving the molten rubber a large. Chain topology controls many critical properties (e.g., crystallization, solubility, and rheological behavior) of polymeric systems.

The development of linear polyethylene via the Ziegler and Phillips processes in the s provides the most important example, wherein "straightening of the chain" resulted in a rise in T m of ~30°C and significant improvements in strength and. Polymer crystallinity is one of the important properties of all polymers.

Polymer exists both in crystalline and amorphous form. • Figure shows how the arrangement of polymer chain forming crystalline and amorphous regions. It can be seen that part of molecules are arranged in regular order, these regions are called crystalline regions.

Focuses on recent advances in research on block copolymers, covering chemistry (synthesis), physics (phase behaviors, rheology, modeling), and applications (melts and solutions). Written by a team of internationally respected scientists from industry and academia, this text compiles and reviews the expanse of research that has taken place over the last five years into one.

Chain Assembly: Statistical Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions.- Polymer Phase Separation.- Polymer Crystallization.- Interplay Between Phase Separation and Polymer Crystallization. Wenbing Hu, Introduction to Polymer Physics (in Chinese), Science Press, Beijing, Block copolymer films can be used in which phase separation forms nanoscale structures by phase-separating microdomains.

One problem is controlling the orientation of the assembled microdomains which tend to organize into randomly oriented nanostructures. Cheng et al. oriented microphase-separated domains with a control agent. Modification of Polymer Properties provides, for the first time, in one title, the latest information on gradient IPNs and gradient copolymers.

The book covers the broad range of polymer modification routes in a fresh, current view representing a timely addition to.

Cloud Point Suppression in Dilute Solutions of Model Gradient Copolymers with Prespecified Composition Profiles Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics, 49,K.C. Gallow, Y.K. Jhon, W. Tang, J. Genzer, Y.-L. Loo. Correlating the Scattered Intensities of P3HT and PCBM to the Current Densities of Polymer Solar Cells.

The second interface of importance in polymer thin film formation is frequently a polymer thin film–solvent interface. For convenience polymer thin films are formed by conventional coating techniques (such as spin-coating or dip-coating) from polymer solutions.

During solvent annealing/swelling the process of solution is by:   Polyphosphoinositides are enriched in DIMs. A, Specificity of the antibody to PtdIns(4,5)P 2 tested by dot blot and immunodetection. Each lipid solution was dried, and lipids were resuspended in 50 μL of TBS-T, sonicated for 5 min, and plotted on a PVDF membrane.

GluCER, Glucosylceramide. B, PtdIns(4,5)P 2 was enriched in by: A. Goland and T. Russell, "Polymer Research at Synchrotron Radiation Sources," Brookhaven National Laboratory Technical Report UC (). Russell, R.

Jerome, T. Slawecki, R. Hjelm and P. Thiyagarajan, "Phase Behavior of Diblock Copolymers between Styrene and N-Alkyl Methacrylates," Macromolecules 31(24), (.

@article{osti_, title = {FOR STIMUL-RESPONSIVE POLYMERS WITH ENHANCED EFFICIENCY IN RESERVOIR RECOVERY PROCESSES}, author = {McCormick, Charles and Hester, Roger}, abstractNote = {This report contains a series of terpolymers containing acrylic acid, methacrylamide and a twin-tailed hydrophobic monomer that were Author: Charles McCormick, Roger Hester.The PS-b-PEO templates well-defined microdomains in thin films of the mixtures, which upon thermal treatment at deg.

C, become nanopores in titania. Average pore size and porosity are controlled by the molecular weight and loading level of the PS-b-PEO, respectively.Solvent dynamics in solutions of PNIPAM in water/methanol mixtures – a quasi-elastic neutron scattering study; J.

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