Responsive Gels: Volume Transitions Ii by J.H. BurbanResponsive Gels: Volume Transitions Ii by J.H. Burban

Responsive Gels: Volume Transitions Ii

byJ.H. Burban, E.L. Cussler, S.h. Gehrke

Paperback | October 3, 2013

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Shunsuke Hirotsu "Coexistence of Phases and the Nature of First-Order Transition in Poly-N-isopropylacrylamide Gels", Masayuki Tokita "Friction between Polymer Networks of Gels and Solvent", Masahiro Irie "Stimuli-Responsive Poly(N-isopropyl- acrylamide), Photo- and Chemicals-Induced Phases Transitions Edward Cussler, Karen Wang, John Burban"Hydrogels as Separation Agents", Stevin Gehrke "Synthesis, Equilibrium Swelling, Kinetics Permeability and Applications of Environmentally Responsive Gels", Pedro Verdugo "Polymer Gel Phase Transition in Condensation- Decondensation of Secretory Products", Etsuo Kokufuta "Novel Applications for Stimulus-Sensitive Polymer Gels in the Preparation of Functional Immobilized Biocatalysts", Teruo Okano "Molecular Design of Temperature-Responsive Polymers as Intelligent Materials", Atsushi Suzuki "Phase Transition in Gels of Sub-Millimeter Size Induced by Interaction with Stimuli", Makoto Suzuki, O. Hirasa "An Approach to Artificial Muscle by Polymer Gels due to Micro-Phase Separation".
Title:Responsive Gels: Volume Transitions IiFormat:PaperbackDimensions:269 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662149370

ISBN - 13:9783662149379

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Table of Contents

Coexistence of phases and the nature of first-order phase transition in poly-N-isopropylacrylamide gels.- Friction between polymer networks of gels and solvent.- Stimuli-responsive poly(N-isopropylacrylamide). Photo- and chemical-induced phase transitions.- Hydrogels as separation agents.- Synthesis, equilibrium swelling, kinetics, permeability and applications of environmentally responsive gels.- Polymer gel phase transition in condensation-decondensation of secretory products.- Novel applications for stimulus-sensitive polymer gels in the preparation of functional immobilized biocatalysts.- Molecular design of temperature-responsive polymers as intelligent materials.- Phase transition in gels of sub-millimeter size induced by interaction with stimuli.- An approach to artificial muscle using polymer gels formed by micro-phase separation.