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New Polymeric Materials Based on Element-Blocks

New Polymeric Materials Based on Element-Blocks

Publisher Springer Nature Customer Service Center GmbH
Year 01/01/2019
Edition First
Pages 444
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
Language English
ISBN 9789811328886
Categories Biomedical engineering, Inorganic chemistry, Organic chemistry, Polymer chemistry, Electronic devices & materials
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This book introduces the recent progress that has resulted from utilizing the idea of "element-block polymers". A structural unit consisting of various groups of elements is called an "element-block." The design and synthesis of new element-blocks, polymerization of these blocks, and development of methods of forming higher-order structures and achieving hierarchical interface control in order to yield the desired functions are expected to result in manifold advantages. These benefits will encourage the creation of new polymeric materials that share, at a high level, electronic, optical, and magnetic properties not achievable with conventional organic polymeric materials as well as forming properties of molding processability and flexible designability that inorganic materials lack. By pioneering innovative synthetic processes that exploit the reactivity of elements and the preparation techniques employed for inorganic element-blocks, the aim is (1) to create a new series of innovative polymers based on the novel concept of element-block polymers, in which the characteristics of elements are extensively combined and utilized, and (2) to formulate theories related to these polymers. This book demonstrates especially the design strategies and the resulting successful examples offering highly functional materials that utilize element-block polymers as a key unit.

New Polymeric Materials Based on Element-Blocks

Table of contents

Part I: New Materials Based on Novel Concept of Element-Blocks

Chapter 1

Element-Block Materials: New Concept for Development of Advanced Hybrids and Inorganic Polymers

Chapter 2

Si-, Ge-, and Sn-Bridged Biaryls as pi-Conjugated Element Blocks

Chapter 3

Elements-block pi-Conjugated Polymers by Post-element-transformation Technique

Chapter 4

Borylated Polystyrenes as Versatile Functional Materials

Chapter 5

Element-block polymeric materials based on cage silsesquioxane frameworks

Chapter 6

Silsesquioxane based hierarchical and hybrid materials

Chapter 7

Nanocomposite materials properties of aminophenylsilsesquioxanes

Chapter 8

Necklace-shaped Dimethylsiloxane Polymers Bearing Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane Cages as a New Type of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid

Chapter 9

Alternative Aspects of Polythiophenes
Chapter 10

Polyphosphzenes as an Example of the Element-Blocks Approach to New Materials

Chapter 11

Electronic Structure of Element-Block Material As 4 S 6 with Cage Shape toward "Soft Electride"

Chapter 12

Metalloxane cage compounds as an element-block

Chapter 13

Preparation of Element-Block Materials Using Inorganic Nanostructures and Their Applications

Chapter 14

Design of Element Blocks for Photoresponsive Organosiloxane-based Materials

Chapter 15

How can we control the "element-blocks" in transition metal oxide crystals?

Part II: Applications of Element-Blocks as New Functional Materials

Chapter 16

Organic-inorganic hybrid material with surface modified zirconia nanoparticles as element blocks

Chapter 17

Network formation conditions control water drop adhesion for VK100 and a model Pt-cured silicone

Chapter 18

Block copolymers with element blocks: The metal-bisterpyridine linkage

Chapter 19

Three-dimensional Coordination Polymers composed of luminescent lanthanide element blocks

Chapter 20

Organic Hybrid Thermoelectric Materials Containing Nano-dispersed Poly(nickel 1,1,2,2-ethenetetrathiolata) as an Element Block

Chapter 21

Crystallization kinetics-induced self-assembly of inorganic element blocks and the surface enhanced Raman scattering based on Ag hierarchical structures

Chapter 22

Air-stable opto-electronic devices with metal-oxide cathodes

Chapter 23

Design of multi-functional soft-biomaterials based on the intermediate water concept

Chapter 24

Synthesis of calcium-phosphate-based nanoparticles as biocompatible and biofunctional element blocks

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