Handbook of Research on Functional Materials: Principles, Capabilities and Limitations covers a broad range of modern materials and provides industry professionals and researchers in polymer science and technology with a single, comprehensive book summarizing all aspects involved in the modern materials production chain. The book focuses on industrially important materials, analytical techniques, and formulation methods, with chapters covering step-growth, radical, and co-polymerization, crosslinking and grafting, reaction engineering, advanced technology applications, including conjugated, dendritic, and nanomaterial polymers and emulsions, and characterization methods, which includes spectroscopy, light scattering, and microscopy.
The book introduces current state-of-the-art technology in modern materials with an emphasis on the rapidly growing technologies. It takes a unique approach by presenting specific materials and then progresses into a discussion of the ways in which these materials and processes are integrated into today’s functioning manufacturing industry. It follows a more quantitative and design-oriented approach than other texts in the market, helping readers gain a better understanding of important concepts. Readers will also discover how material properties relate to the process variables in a given process as well as how to perform quantitative engineering analysis of manufacturing processes.
Table of Contents
A Study on Natural Hybrid Nanocomposites, G. M. Magomedov, K. S. Dibirova, G. V. Kozlov, and G. E. Zaikov
Green Nanofibers; Production and Limits, A. K. Haghi and G. E. Zaikov
Polymeric Nanosystems, A. K. Haghi and G. E. Zaikov
Carbon Nanotubes and Related Structures, A. K. Haghi and G. E. Zaikov
A Detailed Review on Fabrication and Characterization of the Metal Nano-Sized Branched Structures, Guoqiang Xie, Minghui Song, Kazuo Furuya, and Akihisa Inoue
New Horizons In Nanotechnology, Anamika Singh, Rajeev Singh, Kozlov Georgii Vladimirovich, and Yanovskii Yurii Grigor’evich
Some New Aspects of Polymeric Nanocomposites, A. K. Mikitaev, A. Y. Bedanokov, and M. A. Mikitaev
Quantum-Chemical Modeling, M. A. Chashkin, V. I. Kodolov, A. I. Zakharov, Yu. M. Vasilchenko, M. A. Vakhrushina, V. V. Trineeva, and G. E. Zaikov
Novel Phase of Elemental Silver Nano-Particles Formation, N. I. Naumkina, O. V. Mikhailov, and T. Z. Lygina
A STUDY on POLYCARBONATE MODIFIED WITH Cu/C NANOCOMPOSITE, Yu. V. Pershin and V. I. Kodolov
Nanofibers and Solar Cells, V. Mottaghitalab, M. Sajedi, M. S. Motlagh, M.Abbasi, and A. K. Haghi
New Generation of Nanomolecular Structures, A. L. Iordanskii, S. Z. Rogovina, I. Afanasov, and A. A. Berlin
Influence of Various Metal/Carbon Nanocomposites on Changes In the Properties of Compositions on Liquid Glass Basis, L. F. Akhmetshina, V. I. Kodolov, and G. E. Zaikov
Chemistry at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is an editor of Polymers for Advanced Technologies and serves on the editorial boards of Polymer Degradation and Stability and Thermochimica Acta. In 1992 Professor Wilkie was the recipient of the ACS Milwaukee Section Award. He was a Fulbright-Hays scholar at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles in 1991-92. In 2007 he received the Marquette University Award for Excellence in Research. He is one of the organizers of the American Chemical Society Meeting on fire retardancy, held every four years, and he has taught a number of short courses on fire retardancy.