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Author: J.L. Brédas,R. Silbey
ISBN: 0792314034
Pages: 624 pages
Publisher: Springer; 1991 edition (September 30, 1991)
Language: English
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e-Book Conjugated Polymers: The Novel Science and Technology of Highly Conducting and Nonlinear Optically Active Materials epub download

by J.L. Brédas,R. Silbey



Table of contents (12 chapters). Conjugated Polymers: The Interplay Between Synthesis, Structure, and Properties. Properties of Highly Conducting Polyacetylene.

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Conjugated polymers: the novel science and technology of highly conducting and nonlinear potically active materials/ed by . Silbey, R. Material type: BookPublisher: London Kluwer Academic 1991Description: xviii, 62. Subject(s): Polymers- electric sDDC classification: 62. 92 97 N91. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Read instantly in your browser. ISBN-13: 978-9401055369. The book ought to be compulsory reading for anybody proposing to work in the area and should be followed by a short exam before a & licence' is issued. Polymers News 17 1992.

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Featuring topics central to the science and technology of conducting polymers, this book offers easy . Since their discovery in 1977, the evolution of conducting polymers has revolutionized modern science and technology.

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Conjugated polymers: the novel science and technology of highly conducting and nonlinear optically active . Styrene polymers: technology and environmental aspects. London, Applied Science Publishers. Brinker, C. J. and G. W. Scherer (1990)

Conjugated polymers: the novel science and technology of highly conducting and nonlinear optically active materials. Dordrecht; Boston, Kluwer Academic Publishers. Conjugated oligomers, polymers, and dendrimers: from polyacetylene to DNA, De Boeck Universite. Brennan, W. and D. University of (1984). Scherer (1990). Sol-gel science: the physics and chemistry of sol-gel processing. Boston; London, Academic Press. Brinson, L. D. Dillard, et a. Eds.

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Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 25 February 2011. and Silbey, R. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1991), p. 363. 2. Punkka, . Rubner, M. Hettinger, J. Brooks, J. S. and Hannahs, S. Phys. Rev. B, 43, 9076 (1991). 3. Rosner, R. B. and Rubner, M. Mat. Res. Soc.

CONJUGATED POLYMERS: THE IMTERPLAY BETWEEN SYNTHESIS, 1 STRUCTURE, AND PROPERTIES C. B. GORMAN and R. H. GRUBBS 1. Introduction 2 2. Structural Features of Conjuqated. Polyaers 3 3. Polymer Synthesis: Basic Methods 4 3. 1 Step-Growth Polymerization 5 3. 2 Chain-Growth Polymerization 6 3. 3 Rinq-Openinq Polymerization 8 4. Direct Synthetic Methods 8 4. 1 Electrochemical Synthesis 9 4. 2 Synthesis by Step-Growth Polymerization 11 4. 2. 1 Polyaniline (PAN) 11 4. 2. 2 Poly(Phenylene Sulfide) 12 4. 2. 3 Poly thiophene and its Derivatives 13 4. 2. 4 Other 5-membered Heterocyclic 16 Derivatives 4. 2. 5 Polyparaphenylene (PPP) 17 4. 2. 6 Polysilanes 18 4. 2. 7 Polymers of Phthalocyanines 19 4. 2. 8 Other Conjugated Metal Coordination 20 Polymers 4. 2. 9 Ladder Polymers 21 4. 3 The Unusual Topochemical Polymerization to 23 form Polydiacetylenes 4. 4 Chain-Growth Polymerizations 24 4. 4. 1 Polyacetylene via Ziegler-Natta 24 Polymerization 4. 4. 2 Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization 26 Routes to Polyacetylenes 5. Polymers fro. precursors 27 5. 1 Polyparaphenylene (PPP) 27 5. 2 Poly(Phenylene Vinylene) (PPV) and Other 28 Vinylene Polymers 5. 3 Precursors to Polyacetylene 29 6. Extentions of these Methods in the Synthesis of 31 ·saall-Bandqap· Pplymers 7. Conjuqated. Polymer Matrices 33 8. Conclusions and Caveats 35 Acknowled. qements 36 References 36 vi TABLE OF CONTENTS PROPERTIES OF HIGHLY CONDUCTIHG POLYACETYLEHE 49 Th. SCHIMMEL, D. GLASER, M. SCHWOERER AND H. NAARMANN 1. Introduction 50 2. SBIlpie Synthesis, lIorphology and Properties 52 2.