Macromolecular Symposia, No. 199: Polycondensation 2002

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The international symposium "POLYCONDENSATION 2002" (15-18 September, in Hamburg, Germany) was the 4th meeting of a series launched in Paris 1996. This symposium covered topics such as:
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  • New synthetic methods
  • Block copolymers
  • Hyperbranched polymers
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Overview

The international symposium "POLYCONDENSATION 2002" (15-18 September, in Hamburg, Germany) was the 4th meeting of a series launched in Paris 1996. This symposium covered topics such as:
  • New theories
  • New synthetic methods
  • Block copolymers
  • Hyperbranched polymers
  • Liquid crystalline polymers
  • Properties and application
This book contains (oral) contributions of the symposium.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783527307036
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/7/2004
  • Series: Macromolecular Symposia Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 521
  • Product dimensions: 1.18 (w) x 9.45 (h) x 6.69 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface (H.R. Kricheldorf).

1. What Does Polycondensation Mean (Hans R. Kricheldorf)?

2. The Role of Ring-Ring Equilibria in Thermodynamically Controlled Polycondensation (Hans R. Kricheldrof).

3. Nonstoichiometric Polycondensation I. Synthesis of Polythioether from Dibromomethane and 4,4’-Thiobisbenzenethiol (Hirokazu Iimori, et al.).

4. Chain-Growth Polycondensation of Potassium 3-Cyano-4-flurophenolate Derivatives for Well-Defined Poly(arylene ether)s (Yukimitsu Suzuki, et al.).

5. Polyaddition Reaction in a Dispersed Medium: Elaboration of New Core-Shell Polyurethane Particles (Pierre Chambon, et al.).

6. Curing under Continuous Microwaves (2450 MHz) of Thermosetting Epoxy Prepolymers: Final Statement (Patrick Alazard, et al.).

7. Synthesis and Properties of Thermally Reversible Polyesters (Toru Yamanaka, et al.).

8. Synthesis of Fully Conjugated Aromatic Polyazomethine from AB-type Monomer Using Soluble Precursor Method (Toshihiko Matsumoto, et al.).

9. New Monomers and Polymers via Diels-Alder Cycloaddition (Alexander L. Rusanov, et al.).

10. Control of Macromolecular Architecture of Polyamides by Poly-functional Agents. 2. Use of Oligomerization in Polycondensation Study (Cuiming Yuan, et al.).

11. Synthesis and Characterization of Multiblock Copolyesters Containing Poly(dimethylsiloxane) in the Soft Segments (Miroslawa El Fray and Volker Altstaedt).

12. Synthesis and Properties of Segmented Copolymers of Polyphenylene Ether and Tetra-Amide Units (Josien Krijgsman, et al.).

13. Synthesis and Properties of Poly(butylenes terephthalate)-Poly(ethylene oxide)-Poly(dimenthylsiloxane) Block Copolymers (M. Dahrouch, et al.).

14. Synthesis and Characterization of Poly(ethylene glycol) Methyl Ether Endcapped Poly(ethylene terephthalate (Qin Lin, et al.).

15. Synthesis and Characterization of Semifluorinated Polymers and Block Copolymers (Doris Pospiech, et al.).

16. Synthesis of Well-Defined Poly(p-benzamide) from Chain-Growth Polycondensation and Its Application to Block Copolymers (Tsutomu Yokozawa, et al.).

17. Synthesis and Properties of Dendritic Polymers Based on Natural Amino Acids (Alexander Bilibin, et al.).

18. Cyclizations in Hyperbranched Aliphatic Polyester and Polyamides (Linda Chikh, et al.).

19. Synthesis and Characterization of Hyperbranched Aromatic Polyamide Copolymers Prepared from AB2 and AB Monomers (Mitsutoshi Jikei, et al.).

20. Hyperbranced Polyimides Prepared by Ideal A2+B3 Polymerization, Non-Ideal A2+B3 Polymerization and AB2 Self-Polymerization (Jianjun Hao, et al.).

21. Synthesis and Characterization of Branched Polyarylethers (Martin Weber and Piyada Charoensirisomboon).

22. Lyotropic Para-Linked Aromatic Poly(amic ethyl ester)s (Christian Neuber, et al.).

23. Liquid Crystalline Thermosets from Dimeric LC Epoxy Resins Cured with Primary and Tertiary Amines (David Ribeira, et al.).

24. Liquid Crystalline Thermosets from Dimeric LC Epoxy Resins Cured with Primary and Tertiary Amines (David Ribeira, et al.).

25. Designing Aromatic Polyamides and Polyimides for Gas Separation Membranes (Javier de Abajo, et al.).

26. New Reactive Polymeric Systems for Use as Waveguide Materials in Integrated Optics (Christian Dreyer, et al.).

27. Polymer Design for Thermally Stable Polyimides with Low Dielectric Constant (Kohei Goto, et al.).

28. Low Viscous Unsaturated Polyester Resins for Monomer Free Up-Resins (Günter Hegemann).

29. New Generation of Fire Retardant Polyester Resins (Ewa Kicko-Walczak).

30. New Organosoluble Polyimides with Low Dielectric Constants Derived from Bis[4-2-Trifluoromethyl-4-aminophenoxy)phenyl] Diphenylmethylene (Der-Jang Liaw and Wen-Tsung Tseng).

31. HALS in Polyamide 6 Polymerization (Roberto Filippini Fantoni and Giorgio Sanfilippo).

32. Synthesis Characterization and Properties of Polycarbonate Containing Carboxyl Side Groups (Ruifeng Zhang and J.A. Moore).

33. New Silicon-Containing Heterocyclic Polymides (Burkhard Schulz, et al.).

34. Transfer Molding Imide Resins Based on 2,3,3’,4’-Biphenyltetra-carboxylic Dianhydride (J.G. Smith jr., et al.).

35. Active Polycondensation: From Peptide Chemistry to Amino Acid Based Biodegradable Polymers (Ramaz Katsarava).

36. Stereochemistry Driven Cocrystallisation Phenomena in Partially Cycloaliphatic Polyamides (Cor Koning, et al.).

37. Vinyl Monomers Containing Active Hydrogen Atoms are a New Type of Monomer for Polycondensation (Boris A. Rozenberg).

38. Synthesis and Characterisation of Polyketanils with Ether Linkages (Danuta Sek, et al.).

39. Copolymers Based on Poly(butylenes terephthalate)s Containing cyclohexyl Groups: Synthesis, Structure and Crystallization (T.E. Sandhya, et al.).

40. Engineering with Metallo-Supramolecular Polymers: Linear Coordination Polymers and Networks (S. Schmatloch and U.S. Schubert).

41. Condensation Polymers Containing Silicon and Germanium in the Main Chain (Luis H. Tagle).

42. Aromatic Polymers with Side Oxadiazole Rings as Luminescent materials in LEDs (Maria Bruma, et al.).

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