Radical Polymerization

Radical Polymerization : Kinetics and Mechanism

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The IUPAC sponsored International Symposium on "Radical Polymerization: Kinetics and Mechanism" was held in Il Ciocco (Italia) during the week September 3-8, 2006. It was the fourth within the series of so called SML conferences, which are the major scientific forum for addressing kinetic and mechanistic aspects of free radical polymerization and of ontrolled radical polymerization. Top international authors like K. Matyjaszewski, T. P. Davis, T. Fukuda and others present their latest research. The five major themes covered were: Fundamentals of Free Radical Polymerization, Heterogeneous Polymerization, Controlled Radical Polymerization, Polymer Reaction Engineering, and Polymer Characterization. SML IV again marked an important step forward toward the better understanding of the kinetics and mechanism of radical polymerization, which is extremely relevant for both conventional and controlled radical polymerization and for people in academia as well as in industry.show more

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  • Other digital | 270 pages
  • 170 x 240 x 170mm | 555g
  • Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
  • Weinheim, Germany
  • 3527610863
  • 9783527610860

Table of contents

Preface.Fundamentals of Radical Polymerization.The Cutthroat Competition Between Termination and Transfer to Shape the Kinetics of Radical Polymerization.the Importance of Chain-Length Dependent Kinetics in Free-radical Polymerization: A Preliminary Guide.Propagation Kinetics of Free-Radical Methacrylic Acid Polymerization in Aqueous Solution. The Effect of Concentrating and Degree of Ionization.Investigation of the Chain Length Dependence of Kp: New Results Obtained with Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Polymerization.Propagation rate Coefficient of Nonionized Methacrylic Acid Radical Polymerization in Aqueous Solution. The Effect of Monomer Conversion.Studying the Fundamentals of Radical Polymerization Using ESR in Combination with Controlled Radical Polymerization Methods.Controlled Radical Polymerization.Competitive Equilibria in Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization.Kinetic Aspects of RAFT Polymerization.Scope for Accessing the Chain Length Dependence of the Termination rate Coefficient for Disparate Length Radicals in Acrylate Free Radical Polymerization.Synthesis of Poly(methyl acrylate) Grafted onto Silica Particles by Z-supported RAFT Polymerization.RAFT Polymerization: Adding to the Picture.Verdazyl-Mediated Polymerization of Styrene.Germanium-and Tim-Catalyzed Living Radical Polymerizations of Styrene and Methacrylates.Mechanism and Kinetics of the Induction Period in Nitroxide Mediated Thermal Autopolymerizations. Application to the Spontaneous Copolymerization of Styrene and Maleic Anhydride.NMR Spectroscopy in the Optimization and Evaluation of RAFT Agents.reverse Iodine Transfer Polymerization (RITP) in Emulsion.A Missing Reaction Step in Dithiobenzoate-Mediated RAFT Polymerization.Polymer Reaction Engineering and Polymer Materials.RAFT Polymerization in Bulk and Emulsion.Reaction Calorimetry for the Development of Ultrasound-Induced Polymerization Processes in CO2-Expanded Fluids.Size-Exclusion Effect and Protein Repellency of Concentrated Polymer Brushes Prepared by Surface-Initiated Living Radical Polymerization.Synthesis of Rod-Coil Block Copolymers using Two Controlled Polymerization Techniques.Production of Polyacrylic Acid Homo-and Copolymer Films by Electrochemically Induced Free-Radical Polymerization: Preparation and Swelling Behavior.Polymerization in Heterogeneous Systems.Designing Organic/Organic Colloids by Heterophase Polymerization.Unusual Kinetics in Aqueous Heterophase Polymerizations.Surface - Functionalized Inorganic Nanoparticles in Miniemulsion Polymerization.Reversible Addition Fragmentation Chain Transfer Mediated Dispersion Polymerization of Styrene.show more

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Michael Buback is Professor for Physical Chemistry at the University Goettingen. He has received numerous awards, e.g. the Carl-Duisberg Prize of the German Chemical Society, the Bunsen-Denkmunze and the Hermann F. Mark Medal. His research interests are radical polymerization, chemical processes in extended ranges of temperature and pressure, chemical reactions in supercritical fluid phase and vibrational spectroscopy up to high pressures and temperatures. Professor Alex van Herk is full professor in polymer chemistry in Eindhoven and visiting professor at the University of Gottingen (Germany). He is a member of the IUPAC working party on modelling of polymerization kinetics and a member of the international polymer colloids group. Since june 2001 he is director of the educational program in the faculty of chemical engineering and chemistry in Eindhoven. Furthermore he is chairman of the industrial liaison program emulsion polymerization (SEP).show more