By Prof. Hee-Gweon Woo, Prof. Hong Li (auth.)
With fresh advancements within the polymer, ceramic, sensor, and gas mobilephone know-how, quite a number novel fabrics were synthetic for complicated, compact, and digital undefined. Polymers, silicon, strength fabrics have got a lot consciousness in recent times. "Advanced practical fabrics" provides the newest study effects on polymer, high-quality ceramics, sensor, and eco-friendly gasoline cells. The content material of this publication, typically in line with the authors' fresh study effects, covers a extensive spectrum together with: the complex inorganic-organic-hybrid polymeric fabrics, excessive practical sensor, and microbial gasoline cells. The ebook is appropriate for the researchers operating within the parts of polymer, nanotechnology, ceramic engineering, engineering thermoplastic, power and gear engineering, chemical engineering and fabrics, and so on.
Hee-Gweon Woo is a professor on the division of Chemistry, Chonnam nationwide college, the Republic of Korea. Hong Li is a professor on the Institute of Polymer Chemistry, Nankai college, China.
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The racemization is an unavoidable side reaction of the anionic ROP. In case of the chiral monomer (such as L-lactide, D-lactide) the racemization leads to a decrease in stereoregularity and thermomechanical properties of the product polymers. Recently it was reported that a hetero-bimetallic Fe(Ċ)-alkoxide complex [(THF)NaFe(OtBu)2]2 (Fig. 3) is an effective initiator for the ROP of rac-lactide. At monomer conversion below 70%, a linear increase in polymer molecular weight with the monomer conversion was observed.
1996, 20: S1307. 2 Advanced Biodegradable Organic Polymers Hong Li Key laboratory of Functional Polymer Materials of Education Ministry, Institute of Polymer Chemistry, Nankai University, Tianjin, 300071, P. R. 1 Introduction In recent years, with the rapid development of pharmacochemistry and biomedical science, the need for biodegradable polymers to possess excellent biocompatibility increases steeply. Among the variety of synthetic biodegradable polymers, linear aliphatic polyesters, polylactic acid (PLA), polyglycolic acid (PGA) and related copolymers are particularly attractive and most widely used.
Advanced Functional Materials by Prof. Hee-Gweon Woo, Prof. Hong Li (auth.)