1st Edition

Key Technologies in Polymer Chemistry

    326 Pages 93 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    326 Pages 93 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    With contributions from experts from both the industry and academia, this book presents the latest developments in polymer products and chemical processes. It incorporates appropriate case studies, explanatory notes, and schematics for more clarity and better understanding.

    This new book:

    • Features a collection of articles that highlight some important areas of current interest in polymer products and chemical processes

    • Gives an up-to-date and thorough exposition of the present state of the art of polymer chemistry

    • Familiarizes readers with new aspects of the techniques used in the examination of polymers, including chemical, physicochemical, and purely physical methods of examination

    • Describes the types of techniques now available to the polymer chemist and technician, and discusses their capabilities, limitations, and applications

    • Provides a balance between materials science and mechanics aspects, basic and applied research, and high-technology and high-volume (low-cost) composite development


    Section 1: Materials with Improved Properties at Synthesis and Modification of Polymers

    Peculiarities of Methanofullerene Structure Revealed by UV-Spectroscopy; Yu. N. Biglova

    Biodegradable Polymer Films on Low-Density Polyethylene, Modified Chitosan; M. V. Bazunova and R. M. Akhmetkhanov

    Chemical Modification of Syndiotactic 1,2-Polybutadiene; A. B. Glazyrin, M. I. Abdullin, O. S. Kukovinets, and A. A. Basyrov

    Approach to Creating Prolonged Drugs on Carbon-Polymer Basis; M. V. Bazunova and S. V. Kolesov

    Usage of Speed Sedimentation Method for Enzyme Degradation of Chitosan; E. I. Kulish, V. V. Chernova, S. V. Kolesov, and I. F. Tuktarova

    Studying of Antibiotics Release from Medicinal Chitosan Films; E. I. Kulish and A. S. Shurshina

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

    Section 2: New Methods for the Synthesis of Isoprene-Monomer for the Production of Isoprene Rubber

    Quantum-Chemistry Study of the Formation Mechanism of Hydrogenated Furans in Trifluoroacetic Acid by Prins Reaction; I. V. Vakulin, R. R. Syrlybaeva, R. F. Talipov, G. R. Talipova, R. R. Faizullina, and A. V. Allagulova

    Theoretical Investigation of 1,3-Dioxanes Formation in Prins Reaction by Addition of Formaldehyde Oligomers To Alkenes; I. V. Vakulin, R .F. Talipov, O. Yu. Kupova, G. R. Talipova, A. V. Allagulova, and R. R. Faizullina

    Quantum-Chemistry Study of the Features of Participation of Formaldehyde Oligomers in Prins Reaction; I. V. Vakulin, R .F. Talipov, O. Yu. Kupova, G. R. Talipova, A. V. Allagulova, and R. R. Faizullina

    Quantum Chemical Investigation of Features of Formation of O- Containing Heterocycles by Prins Reaction; I. V. Vakulin, R. F. Talipov, O. Yu. Kupova, G. R. Talipova, A. V. Allagulova, and R. R. Faizullina

    Section 3: New Technological Solutions in the Production of Polymers

    Modification of A Neodymium Catalyst for Synthesis Polyisoprene; V. P. Zakharov, V. Z. Mingaleev, E. M. Zakharova, I. D. Zakirova, and L. A. Murzina

    Oil Neutralization in Turbulent Microreactor; F. B. Shevlyakov, T. G. Umergalin, V. P. Zakharov, I. D. Zakirova, and E. M. Zakharova

    Processing of Black Sulfuric Acid to Give the Desired Products; T. V. Sharipov, A. G. Mustafin, R. N. Gimaev, F. Kh. Kudasheva, and A. D. Badikova

    Study of Chromium Complexation of Diphenyl Carbazide on Activated Carbon Fiber Surface; A. V. Grigoryeva, E. R. Valinurova, F. Kh. Kudasheva, I. M. Kamaltdinov, M. V. Mavletov, and I. Sh. Ahatov

    Band Structure of Solid Solutions of Copper and Silver Chalcogenides; R. A. Yakshibaev, A. D. Davletshina, N. N. Bikkulova, and G. R. Akmanova

    Interaction of a Pair of Impurities and Kinks in the Sine-Gordon Equation; E. G. Ekomasov and A. M. Gumerov

    Voltammetric Electronic Tongue Application for Identification of Mineral Oils; A. V. Sidelnikov, D. M. Bikmeev, F. Kh. Kudasheva, and V. N. Maystrenko

    Section 4: Biologically Active Substances Such As Inhibitors of the Catalytic Activity of Biopolymers

    The Study of Structure–Antiarrhythmic Activity Relationship of Biological Activity Compounds Using Sar-Methodology; V. R. Khairullina, A. Ya. Gerchikov, and F. S. Zarydiy

    Research of Medicine Structural Descriptors for Treatment of Mcf-7 Ductal Invasive Breast Carcinoma; V. R. Khairullina, A. Ya. Gerchikov, M. N. Vasilyev, and F. S. Zarudiy

    Computer Modeling of "Structure-Antitumor Activity" Relationship Using SAR Techniques and QSAR Methodology; V. R. Khayrullina, A. Ya. Gerchikov, M. N. Vasiliev, I. A. Taipov, and F. S. Zarudiy

    Virtual Screening of Natural and Synthetic 5-Lipoxygenase Inhibitors; A. Ya. Gerchikov, V. R. Khairullina, I. A. Taipov, and F. S. Zarydiy

    Kinetics of Liquid-Phase Oxidation of Polyvinyl Alcohol; Yu. S. Zimin, I. M. Borisov, and A. G. Mustafin

    Activity of Hydrolytic Enzymes of Basidiomycetes According To Their Trophic Features; I. A. Shpirnaya, V. O. Tsvetkov, Z. A. Berezhneva, and R. I. Ibragimov



    Nikolay D. Morozkin, DSc, is a professor and rector at Bashkir State University in Ufa, Russia. He is an Honored Worker of Russian Higher Education and an Honored Scientific Worker of the Republic of Bashkortostan. He has trained eight candidates of science (PhD) and is author and co-author of more than 100 scientific works. His area of expertise is applied mathematics and informatics.

    Vadim P. Zakharov, DSc, is professor and vice-chancellor for scientific work at Bashkir State University in Ufa, Russia. He is a Laureate of the Russian Government Award in Science and Technology. He has trained five candidates of science (PhD) and is author and co-author of three monographs, more than 160 scientific articles, and 11 patents. His area of expertise is in macrokinetics of high-speed processes in liquid phase and catalytic polymerization of dienes.

    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.