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Ionomers
Characterization, Theory, and Applications



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ISBN 9780849376481
Published January 15, 1996 by CRC Press
320 Pages

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Book Description

The molecular structure and composition of ionomers lead to a complex superposition of properties of organic chains and of polyelectrolytes. The potential use of this class of polymers in applications such as surfactants, ion selective membranes in electrochemical processes, coatings, fuel cells and batteries has sparked a vast amount of research.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ionomers-An Overview, S. Schlick
Ion Aggregation and its Effect on Ionomer Properties, J.-S. Kim and A. Eisenberg
Electron and Neutron Scattering
Small-Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) Studies of Bulk Ionomers, B. Chu
Model Ionomers Studied with Spin-Polarized Neutrons Using Spin-Polarization Analysis, B. Gabrys, O. Scharpf, and D.G. Peiffer
Small-Angle Scattering Study of Perfluorinated Ionomer Membranes and Solutions, G. Gebel and B. Loppinet
Spectroscopy of Ionomers
Infrared Spectroscopy of Ionomers, D.J. Barnes
ESR Spectroscopy of Perfluorinated Ionomers as Swollen Membranes and Solutions, E. Szajdzinska-Pietek and S. Schlick
NMR Spectroscopy of Bulk Perfluorinated Ionomers and Solutions: Information on Structure and Dynamics, G. Gebel and S. Schlick
Model Compounds
Contribution of Halato-Telechelic Polymers to the Modellization of Morphology and Solution Properties of Ionomers, P. Vanhoorne and R. Jérôme
Self-Assembling of Perfluorinated Surfactants, G. Martini, S. Ristori, and M. Visca
Theory
Modelling of Ionic Interactions in Ionomers, A.N. Semenov, I.A. Nyrkova, and A.R. Khokhlov
Applications
Practical Applications of Ionomeric Systems, W.M. Risen

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