Dendrimers III: Design, Dimension, Function by M. BallaufDendrimers III: Design, Dimension, Function by M. Ballauf

Dendrimers III: Design, Dimension, Function

byM. Ballauf, R.M. Crooks, B.i. Iii Lemon

Paperback | December 9, 2010

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Following the first two volumes "Dendrimers" (TCC vol. 197) and "Dendrimers II" (TCC vol. 210), the third volume dealing with this topic is now appearing in print (the "tetralogy" on dendrimers will soon be completed with the fourth volume). The present volume comprises a collection of up-to-date reviews written by renowned pioneers of research in the dendrimer field, three of whom lectured at the 1. International Dendrimer Symposium (IDS-1 1999) in Frankfurt. A focus of this volume is the variety of material properties of soft and shape-persistent dendrimers. As its predecessors did, this volume breaks through the frontiers to neighboring disciplines and, in an interdisciplinary approach, addresses topics such as polydisperse, hyperbranched macromolecules (dendritic polymers), the analysis of shape and density by small-angle scattering techniques, finely dispersed metals (dendrimers as catalysts), and nanotechnology close to potential applications.
Title:Dendrimers III: Design, Dimension, FunctionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:198 pagesPublished:December 9, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3642087388

ISBN - 13:9783642087387


Table of Contents

Nanosized Polyphenylene Dendrimers.- Hyperbranched Polyesteramides - New Dendritic Polymers.- Dendrimer-Encapsulated Metals and Semiconductors: Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications.- Hyperbranched Macromolecules: Soft Particles with Adjustable Shape and Persistent Motion Capability.- Structure of Dendrimers in Dilute Solution.

Editorial Reviews

J.Am.Chem.Soc., vol 123, No.30, 2001:"The conclusion one can draw after reading this volume is that dendrimers present a unique way to include molecules or atoms in a molecular architecture that can either sequester them from or present them to the outside environment....... The refences are up-to-date, and a comprehensive literature survey is provided. This is a worthy addition to any library."Michael E. Mackay, Stevens Instute of Technology