1st Edition

Compositional Analysis of Polymers An Engineering Approach

    424 Pages 102 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    424 Pages 102 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    Technical and technological development demands the creation of new materials that are stronger, more reliable, and more durable—materials with new properties. This new book covers a broad range of polymeric materials and technology and provides researchers in polymer science and technology with new research on the functional materials production chain.

    Chapters in this new volume highlight recent developments in advanced polymeric materials from macro- to nano-length scales. Composites are becoming more important because they can help to improve quality of life. This volume presents the latest developments and trends in advanced polymer materials and structures. It discusses the developments of advanced polymers and respective tools to characterize and predict the material properties and behavior. This book has an important role in advancing polymer materials in macro and nanoscale. Its aim is to provide original, theoretical, and important experimental results that use non-routine methodologies. It also includes chapters on novel applications of more familiar experimental techniques and analyses of composite problems that indicate the need for new experimental approaches.


    Morphology of Polypropylenes of Different Chemical Structure; N. N. Kolesnikova, Yu. K. Lukanina, A. V. Khvatov, and A. A. Popov

    Thermodynamic and Structural Parameters of Phospholipid Membranes; O. M. Alekseeva, A. V. Krivandin, O. V. Shatalova, A. V. Krementsova, and Yu. A. Kim

    Updates on Vinyl Polymers; G. E. Zaikov

    Practical Hints on Polymerization Methods; G. E. Zaikov

    Technical Hints on Polycondensation; G. E. Zaikov

    Condensation Polymers: A Review; G. E. Zaikov

    Trends in Chemical Reactions of Polymers; G. E. Zaikov

    Efficiency and Application of Polystyrene Plastics Blends in Environment Protection; R. R. Usmanova and G. E. Zaikov

    Mathematical Model of Kinetic of Radical Polymerization of Methyl Methacrylate; Sergei V. Kolesov, Daria A. Shiyan, Valerii M. Yanborisov, Anastasia O. Burakova, Konstantin A. Tereshchenco, Nikolai V. Ulitin, and Gennadii E. Zaikov

    Isoprene Polymerization on Neodymium Catalyst System; Konstantin A. Tereshchenco, Evgenii B. Shirokikh, Vadim P. Zakharov, Daria A. Shiyan, Nikolai V. Ulitin, and Gennadii E. Zaikov

    Films of Poly-(3-Hydroxybutyrate)–Polyvinyl Alcohol Blends; A. A. Ol`Khov, A. L. Iordanskii, and G. E. Zaikov

    Desorption of The Plasticizer (Dialkylphthalate) in PVC; I. G. Kalinina, K. Z. Gumargalieva, and S. A. Semenov

    Thermophysical Characterystics of Chlorinated Ethylene-Propylene-Diene; I. A. Mikhaylov, Yu. O. Andriasyan, G. E. Zaikov, and A. A. Popov

    Simulation of Co-Polymerization Processes; T. A. Mikhailova, E. N. Miftakhov, and S. A Mustafina

    Effects of Low-Molecular Electrolytes on Particle Size of Polyelectrolyte-Surfactant Complexes; M. S. Babaev and S. V. Kolesov

    Chain Propagation in Methyl Methacrylate and Styrene Polymerization; S. V. Kolesov, N. N. Sigaeva, I. I. Nasibullin, and A. K. Friesen

    Polymeric Compositions Based on Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene; M. I. Abdullin, A. A. Basyrov, S. N. Nikolaev, A. S. Gadeev, N. V. Koltaev, and Yu. A. Koksharova

    Polyvinylchloride Compounds; Resistant to Aggressive Organic Media; G. F. Aminova, A. R. Maskova, R. F. Nafikova, L. B. Stepanova, A. K. Mazitova, and R. R. Daminev

    Calcium-Zinc Stabilizing System Integrated Action for PVC Compounds; L. B. Stepanova, R. F. Nafikova, T. R. Deberdeev, R. J. Deberdeev, and R. R. Daminev

    Development of Liquid Stabilizing Systems PVC Processing; L. B. Stepanova, R. F. Nafikova, T. R. Deberdeev, R. J. Deberdeev, and R .N. Fatkullin

    Modernization of Suspension PVC Production; N. A. Shken¿va, R. N. Fatkullin, and R. F. Nafikova

    Liquid Phase Filling of Butadiene-Styrene Polymers; Ilia Valerievich Pankov, Viktor Petrovich Yudin, and Viktor Nikolaevich Verezhnikov

    A Study on Composition of Stereoisomer of Amino Acid Complexes; T. V. Berestova, G. V. Miftakhova, G. Yu. Amantaeva, L. G. Kuzina, N. A. Amineva, and I. A. Massalimov

    Microtubes from a Chitosan Solution in Glycolic Acid Using Dry Spinning Method; Tatiana S. Babicheva, Natalia O. Gegel, and Anna B. Shipovskaya

    Propagation Rate Constant in the Methyl Methacrilate Bulk Radical Polymerization; V. M. Yanborisov, A. A. Sultanova, and S. V. Kolesov

    Enzymatic Degradation of Chitosan in Acetic Acid Solution; I. F. Tuktarova, V. V. Chernova, and E. I. Kulish E.I.

    Medicinal Film Coatings on the Basis of Chitosan; A. S. Shurshina and E. I. Kulish



    Aleksandr M. Kochnev, PhD, is deputy director of the Kazan National Research Technological University as well as a specialist in the chemistry, physics, and mechanics of polymers, composites, and nanocomposites. He is also very active in synthetic organic chemistry, physical chemistry, and chemical physics. He has published 10 books and about 100 original papers.

    Oleg V. Stoyanov, DSc, is head of the chair of industrial safety and professor of the chair of Technology of Processing Plastic and Composite Materials (TPPCM) at Kazan State Technological University in Russia. He is a world-renowned scientist in the field of chemistry and the physics of oligomers, polymers, composites, and nanocomposites.

    Gennady E. Zaikov, DSc, is head of the Polymer Division at the N. M. Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia, and professor at Moscow State Academy of Fine Chemical Technology, Russia, as well as professor at Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan, Russia. He is also a prolific author, researcher, and lecturer. He has received several awards for his work, including the Russian Federation Scholarship for Outstanding Scientists. He has been a member of many professional organizations and on the editorial boards of many international science journals.

    Renat M. Akhmetkhanov, DSc, is an expert in the fields of chemical kinetics, chemistry and physics of polymers, composites, and nanocomposites as well as synthesis and modification of polymers (including degradation and stabilization of polymers and composites). He has published about 500 original papers and reviews as well as several monographs.