This book focuses on exciting new research in polymer science. The first section of the book deals with new advancements in polymer technology, which includes polymers that are responsible for progress in the field of energy, electronics, and medical sciences. It focuses on the most promising polymer nanocomposites and nanomaterials. Composites are becoming more important because they can help to improve quality of life. The second section of the book highlights this aspect of macromolecules, while the third section emphasizes biopolymers, their development, and applications.
Novel Application of Polymers. Novel Comparative Studies: Synthesis, Characterization of Copolymer and Its Composite for the Removal of Heavy Metals. Electrical Transport Properties of Poly(Aniline-Co-N-Phenylaniline) Copolymers. Surface Altered Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) Resin for Antifungal Denture. Polybenzimidazole as Membrane in Direct Methanol Fuel Cell. Applications of Smart Polymers in Emerging Areas. Polymer Nanocomposites and Their Application. Advancement on Polymer Nanotechnology. Synthesis and Characterization of SnO2/Polyaniline and Al-Doped SnO2/Polyaniline Composite Nanofibers Based Sensors for Hydrogen Gas Sensing. Nanocomposites for Food Packaging Applications. Nanotechnology in Waste Water Treatment: A Review. A Review on Preparation of Conductive Paints with CNTs as Fillers. Biopolymers and Their Application. Removing Heavy Metals from Industrial Wastewater Using Economically Modified Bio-Polymers and Hydrogel Adsorbents. Development of Biopolymer for Detergent. The Therapeutic Role of the Components of Aloe Vera in Activating the Factors that Induce Osteoarthritic Joint Remodeling. Industrial Waste Mitigation. Adsorption of Reactive Dye 21 on Fly Ash and MnO2 Coated Fly Ash Adsorbent: Batch and Continuous Studies. Turning Waste into Zeolite 4A Resin and Delineation of Their Environmental Applications: A Review. Study of Eco Friendly Additives for Wood Plastics Composites: A Step towards a Better Environment. Synthesis of Crude Oil by Catalytic Pyrolysis of Waste Plastics. Modification of Inorganic Materials.