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Polymer Syntheses V1
1st Edition - January 1, 1974
Author: Stanley Sandler
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Polymer Syntheses, Volume I presents detailed laboratory instructions for the preparation of polymers by different functional group classes. This book provides the laboratory… Read more
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Polymer Syntheses, Volume I presents detailed laboratory instructions for the preparation of polymers by different functional group classes. This book provides the laboratory procedures for the preparation of polymers containing phosphorus in various oxidation states. Organized into 15 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of some selected preparative methods for carrying out the major methods of polymerization in the laboratory. This text then examines the synthesis of phosphonitrilic polymers. Other chapters consider the synthesis of peroxide and hydroperoxide free radical initiators. This book discusses as well the principles involved in the preparation of emulsion polymers, which are applicable to the preparation of polymers of a wide variety of vinyl monomers and many copolymerizations. The final chapter deals with the chemistry of organometallic and organometalloid peroxides. This book is a valuable resource for chemists involved in the designing of phosphorus polymers to meet fire retardant requirements of various products.
PrefaceChapter 1. Polymerization of Olefinic and Diolefinic Hydrocarbons 1. Introduction 2. Free-Radical Polymerizations 3. Cationic Polymerizations 4. Anionic Polymerizations 5. Coordination Catalyst Polymerizations 6. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 2. Polyesters 1. Introduction 2. Condensation Reactions 3. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 3. Polycarbonates 1. Introduction 2. Condensation Reactions 3. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 4. Polyamides 1. Introduction 2. Condensation Reactions 3. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 5. Polymerization of Aldehydes 1. Introduction 2. Polymerization of Formaldehyde to Polyoxymethylene 3. Polymerization of Trioxane to Polyoxymethylene 4. Polymerization of Acetaldehyde 5. Polymerization of Halogenated Aldehydes 6. Polymerization of Other Aldehydes 7. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 6. Polymerization of Epoxides and Cyclic Ethers 1. Introduction 2. Condensation Methods 3. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 7. Polyureas 1. Introduction 2. Condensation Methods 3. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 8. Polyurethanes 1. Introduction 2. Condensation Methods 3. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 9. Thermally Stable Polymers 1. Introduction 2. Polyimides 3. Polybenzimidazoles 4. Polyquinoxalines 5. Polyphenylene Ethers 6. Poly-1,3,4-oxadiazoles and Poly-1,2,4-triazoles 7. Polyaromatic Sulfones 8. Polybenzothiazoles 9. Polybenzoxazoles 10. Miscellaneous High-Temperature Polymers ReferencesChapter 10. Polymerization of Acrylate and Methacrylate Esters 1. Introduction 2. General Considerations 3. Reactants and Reaction Conditions 4. Polymerization Procedures 5. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 11. Polymerization of Nitrile Monomers 1. Introduction 2. Polymerization of Acrylonitrile and Methacrylonitrile 3. Polymerization of Miscellaneous Nitrile Monomers 4. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 12. Polyacrylamide and Related Amides 1. Introduction 2. Free-Radical Polymerization 3. Anionic Polymerization 4. Hydrogen- (or Proton-) Transfer Polymerization 5. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 13. Organophosphorus Polymers 1. Introduction 2. Organophosphate Polymers 3. Polyphosphonates 4. Polyphosphites 5. Polyphosphorylamides, Polyphosphonamides, and Polyphosphinamides 6. Polyphosphines and Derivatives 7. Phosphonitrilic Polymers and Related Compounds 8. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 14. Free-Radical Initiators: Diacyl Peroxides 1. Introduction 2. Condensation Reactions 3. Oxidation Reactions 4. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesChapter 15. Free-Radical Initiators: Hydroperoxides 1. Introduction 2. Oxidation Reactions with Oxygen 3. Reactions with Hydrogen Peroxide 4. Hydrolysis of Peresters and Related Compounds 5. Miscellaneous Methods ReferencesAppendix 1. Nomenclature 2. Polymer Isomerism 3. Polymer Characterization 4. Viscosity 5. Molecular Weight Measurements 6. Chain-Transfer Equation 7. Copolymerization 8. Glass-Transition Temperature of Copolymers ReferencesAuthor IndexSubject Index