At this meeting, over one hundred chemists, physico-chemists, chemical engineers from the world of academia and industry, as well as students, discussed recent developments in mechanisms and kinetics in RO(M)P, synthesis and characterization of new macromolecular architectures, and new materials and applications via RO(M)P.
Table of ContentsPartial table of contents:What We have Learned in General from Cyclic Esters Polymerization (S. Penczek, et al.).
Immortal Polymerization of Propylene Oxide: Application to the Synthesis of Macrocycle Precursors (F. Nuytens, et al.).
Synthetic Pathways to Polydepsipeptides (P. Dijkstra & J. Feijen).
ROMP of COD Under Equilibrium Conditions: The Turning Point Concept (E. Thorn-Cs?nyi & K. Ruhland).
Synthesis and Radical Polymerization of 2-Vinylcyclopropanes (N. Moszner, et al.).
Hyperbranched Polyglycerols by Ring-Opening Multibranching Polymerization (A. Sunder, et al.).
New Polymer Architectures by Cationic Ring-Opening Polymerization (E. Goethals, et al.).
Progress in Activated Monomer Polymerization: Kinetics of AM Polymerization (P. Kubisa, et al.).
Synthesis of Thiol-Functional Polycaprolactones and their Use in the Preparation of CdS Nanoparticles (G. Carrot, et al.).
Continuous Reactive Extrusion Polymerisation of L-lactide - an Engineering View (S. Jacobsen, et al.).
Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Poly(methacrylate) Networks with Cooligo(lactone) Branches (U. Gopp, et al.).
Lactide Polymerization Faced with Therapeutic Application Requirements (M. Vert).