Cyclolinear Organosilicon Copolymers: Synthesis, Properties, Application
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The demand for organosilicon elastomers used in the production of thermally resistant rubbers and organosilicon polymers for making non-metal composite materials is increasing from year to year. This monograph presents a discussion on the methods used for synthesizing and studying properties of newly designed organosilicon polymers, namely organosiloxane copolymers with cyclolinear structure of macromolecules. This book presents an overview of data on methods of synthesizing primary linear and cyclic organosiloxanes of various structures. This book will be of value and interest to researchers working in the field of chemistry of organosilicons.
Table of Contents
Preface Introduction Chapter 1. Linear and cyclic organosiloxanes Linear and cyclic organosiloxanes with assigned disposition of functional groups at silicon atoms Chapter 2. Organosilicon oligomers and copolymers of bead-shaped structure Bead-shaped organosiloxane oligomers and copolymers with organocyclotetra(penta,hexa)siloxane fragments in the backbone Bead-shaped methylphenylsiloxane copolymers with ethylene bridges between cycles Bead-shaped methylphenylsiloxane polymers with ethylene bridges between rings Oligomers and copolymers with organocyclocarbosiloxane fragments in the chain Silarylene cyclosiloxane and silarylene carborganocyclosiloxane oligomers and copolymers Chapter 3. Copolymers with cyclic fragments in dimethylsiloxane backbone Siloxane cyclolinear copolymers with organocyclotetra(penta, hexa)siloxane fragments in dimethylsiloxane backbone Cyclolinear copolymers with cyclic carbosiloxane fragments in dimethylsiloxane backbone Organosiloxane copolymers with heterocyclic fragments in the dimethylsiloxane backbone Poly(organocarbosiloxanes) with cyclic siloxane fragments in the backbone Cyclolinear copolymers derived by polymerization of organobicyclo- and organotricyclosiloxanes Chapter 4. Organosilixane copolymers with cyclic fragments in the side chain Synthesis of monomeric difunctional organocyclosiloxanes Synthesis of organosiloxane copolymers with monocyclic (cyclotri-, cyclotetra-, cyclopentasiloxane) fragments in the side chain Synthesis of organosiloxane oligomers with cyclic fragments in the side chain by catalytic dehydrocondensation Synthesis of cyclolinear organosiloxane copolymers by hydrosilylation Chapter 5. Organosilicon copolymers with carbocyclosiloxane fragments in dimethylsiloxane backbone Synthesis of organospirobicyclosiloxanes and organosprirobicyclosilazasiloxanes Synthesis of difunctional heterocyclic compounds Synthesis and study of properties with organosilicon copolymers with cardocyclosiloxane fragments Organosilicon copolymers with card-type heterocyclic fragments in the linear chain Synthesis and studies of properties of card-type organosilicon oligomers with silaoxadihydrophenentrene fragments in the chain Chapter 6. Organosilicon copyolymers with bi-, tri- and tetracyclic structures in dimethylsiloxane backbone Synthesis of organobi-, organotri- and organotetracyclosiloxanes and bicyclocarbosiloxanes with functional groups Synthesis of difunctional bicyclocarbosiloxanes Synthesis of organosilicon copolymers with organobi-, organotri- and organotetracyclosiloxane fragments in dimethylsiloxane backbone Organosilicon copolymers with bicyclocarbosiloxane fragments in the backbone Carbosiloxane copolymers with tricyclic fragtments in the backbone Chapter 7. Synthesis of organosilicon cyclolinear block-copolymers Block-copolymers with poly(phenylsilsesquioxane) fragments in the dimethylsiloxane backbone References