Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers

Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers : Macromolecules Containing Silicon, Phosphorus and Other Inorganic Elements

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Discusses the electrical, photochemical, mechanical, and biomedical properties of these polymers, as well as their unusual behavior at both low and high temperatures. Tells how these polymers can provide solutions to a wide range of engineering problems because of their unusual properties. Offers a better perspective of accomplishments and new efforts in this field. Serves newcomers and specialists alike in the areas of inorganic and polymer chemistry, materials science, and ceramic more

Product details

  • Hardback | 528 pages
  • 160 x 229 x 30mm | 845g
  • American Chemical Society
  • Washington, United States
  • English
  • 0841214425
  • 9780841214422

Table of contents

Introduction; Polysilane High Polymers; Polycarbosilanes; Soluble Polysilane Derivatives; Poly(di-n-hexysilane) in Room-Temperature Solution; New Synthetic Routes to Polysilanes; Polymerization of Group 14 Hydrides; Polysilane Preparations; Copolydiorganosilanes with Varying Compositions; Synthetic Routes to Polysilazanes; Silicon-Containing Ceramics; A Precursor to Si-C-N-0 Ceramics; S-N-Containing Rings and Polymers; Organosiloxane Copolymers; Catalysts for Transacylation Reactions; Polymers Bearing Phenyldisilanyl Units; Routes to Molecular Metals; Alkyl Silicates and Organosiloxanes; Polyphosphazene Chemistry; Phosphazene Synthesis; Polyphosphazenes: Performance Polymers; Poly (alkyl/arylphosphazenes); Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Polymers; Polybis(pyrrolyl)phosphazene; NOVEL Phosph(III)azane Oligomers/Polymers; Sol-Gel-Derived Inorganic Polymers; Organically Modified Silicates; Sol-Gel Preparation of Fibers; A New TEOS-PTMO Hybrid System; Precursors to Nonoxide Macromolecules; Boron-Nitrogen Polymer Precursors; Boron Nitride and Its Precursors; Polymeric Films of Metallotetraphenylporphyrins; Poly(trisbipyridine) Metal Complexes; Copper Chloride Complexes; Organometallic Monomers; Soluble Metal Chelate Polymers; Oligomeric Organotin Compounds; Tri-n-butyltin Polymersshow more