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Discusses the synthesis, properties, and current and potential applications of a wide variety of functional polymers in four major areas: radiation effects and applications, opolelectronic properties and applications, chemical and physicochemical applications, and biomedical applications. Reviews the general synthetic methods for preparing functional polymers. Examines functional polymers with properties of interest in such fields as microlithography, photochemistry, nonlinear optics, electrical conductivity, chemical sensors, electron and energy transfer processes, polymeric liquid crystalline networks, chiral liquid crystalline polymers, solar energy utilization, floculation of minerals, catalysis, polymeric dental aids, polymer-drug conjugates, biocompatible polymer surfaces, and drug targeting by functional polymers.
Part One: General synthetic methods
Part Two: Radiation effects and applications
Part Three: Optoelectronic properties and applications
Part Four: Chemical and physiochemical applications
Part Five: Biomedical applications