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Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia, Twelve Volume Set




ISBN 9780849324703
Published July 23, 1996 by CRC Press
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Book Description

The Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia presents state-of-the-art research and development on the synthesis, properties, and applications of polymeric materials. This groundbreaking work includes the largest number of contributors in the world for a reference publication in polymer science, and examines many fields not covered in any other reference. With multiple articles on many subjects, the encyclopedia offers you a broad-based perspective on a multitude of topics, as well as detailed research information, figures, tables, illustrations, and references. Updates published as new research unfolds will continue to provide you with the latest advances in polymer science, and will keep the encyclopedia at the forefront of the field well into the future.

From novices to experienced researchers in the field, anyone and everyone working in polymer science today needs this complete assessment of the state of the art.

The entire 12-volume set will be available in your choice of printed or CD-ROM format.

Table of Contents

Additives
Biodegradable Polymers
Biomaterials for the Body
Biomimetic Materials
Biosensors
Blends
Block Copolymers
Block Copolymer Micelles
Comb-like Polymers
Commercial Resins, Plastics, Elastomers
Composites
Compatibilizers
Conducting Polymers
Contact Lens Materials
Controlled Release
Dendrictic Polymers
Dendrimers
Dental Polymers
Immobilized Enzymes
Electrorheological Fluids
Engineering Plastics
Ferroelectric Polymers
Ferromagnetic Polymers
Fillers
Flame-Resistant Material
Flocculants
Fluorine-containing Polymers
Functional Polymers
Gas Barrier Polymers
Gas Separation Membranes
Gelling Agents
Group Transfer Polymerization
Cyclopolymerization
Hair and Skin Care Polymers
Hairy Rod-Like Polymers
High Solids Coatings
Host-Guest Chemistry
Hydrophilic Polymers
Hydrophilic Surfaces
Hydrogels
Hyper-Branched Polymers
Immortal Polymerization
Inclusion Polymerization
Inorganic/Organic Hybrids
Interpenetrating Polymer Networks
Ionomers
Ladder Polymers
Liquid Crystalline Polymers
Living Polymers (Radical, Cation, Anion, and Coordination)
Macrocyclic Polymers
Macromonomers
Membranes
Metallocene Catalysis
Metal Complexation Polymers
Microbial Polymers
Microencapsulated particles
Microspheres
Molecular Assemblies
Molecular Complexes
Molecular Composites
Molecular Recognition
Monodisperse Particles
Monodisperse Polymers
Network Polymers
New Catalysts Systems
New Fabrics
New Initiating Systems
New Living Polymer Systems
New Polymerization Methods
New Resins
Nonlinear Optical Materials
Nonthrombogenic Polymers
Nucleic Acid Analogs
Olefin-Carbon Monoxide Copolymers
Optically Active Polymers
Organometallic Polymers
Pervaporation Membranes
Phase Transfer Catalysts
Phosphorous-Containing Polymers
Photochromic Polymers
Photoinitiators
New Polymer Systems
Poly (Ether Ketone)
Poly (Ether Sulfone)
Polyelectrolytes
Polyelectrolyte Complexes
Polyesters
Polyimides
Polymers from Natural Resources
Polysilanes
Preceramic Polymers
Recycling
Ring-Opening Polymerization
Smart Materials
Star Polymers
Supramolecular Assembly
Surface Modification
Polymeric Surfactants
Suture Materials
Thermoplastic Composites
Thermoreversible Gels
Water-Borne Coatings
Ziegler-Natta Catalysts
Zwitterionic Polymerization

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Author(s)

Biography

Salamone, Joseph C.

Reviews

"The preparation of encyclopedia on polymer material is the most complex task which has been accomplished with near perfection by Professor Salamone as an Editor-in-chief in close cooperation from CRC Press…This encyclopedia is strongly recommended for all the libraries of research institutes on polymer industries."
--D.C. Trivedi, CECRI, Karaikudi
"…this compendium clearly promises to be a significant contribution to the field of polymer science…comprehensive from the standpoints of both the selection of contributors, worldwide, and the subjects covered…the greatest anticipation is its availability on CD-ROM…enormously simplify obtaining cross referenced searches on polymer structures, systheses and uses."
--Stephen L Goldstein, PhD, Olin Research Center