Solvents and Self-Organization of Polymers by S.E. WebberSolvents and Self-Organization of Polymers by S.E. Webber

Solvents and Self-Organization of Polymers

byS.E. WebberEditorPetr Munk, Zdenek Tuzar

Paperback | September 20, 2011

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Solvents and Self-Organization of Polymersbrings together scientists who are experts in macromolecular synthesis, the physical chemistry and the physics of polymer self-organization. The book also contains experimental results and methods, analytical theory and computer simulations. While the work concentrates on problems of basic science, such practical applications as pharmacology are not excluded. The broad cross-fertilization between these areas makes the book a fascinating and masterly survey of the area.
Title:Solvents and Self-Organization of PolymersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:509 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.07 inPublished:September 20, 2011Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401066361

ISBN - 13:9789401066365

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Table of Contents

Preface. Overview of Polymer Micelles; Z. Tuzar. Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Polymer Micelles; P. Munk. Block Copolymers: Syntheses, Colloidal Properties and Application Possibilities of Micellar Systems; G. Riess, G. Hurtrez. Micellization of Ionic Block Copolymers in Three Dimensions; M. Moffitt, et al. Micellization of Block Copolymers in Two Dimensions; C.J. Clarke. Site Specific Drug-Carriers: Polymeric Micelles as High Potential Vehicles for Biologically Active Molecules; S. Cammas, K. Kataoka. Experimental Results on Hydrophobe Release; E. Arca. Solubilization of Hydrophobic Substances by Block Copolymer Micelles in Aqueous Solutions; R. Nagarajan. Monte Carlo Simulations of Self-Assembly in Macromolecular Systems; T. Halilogammau, W.L. Mattice. Self-Assemblies in Ion-Containing Polymers; A.R. Khokhlov, O.E. Philippova. Equilibrium Structure of Ionizable Polymer Brushes; E. Zhulina. Structure and Interactions in Tethered Chains; A.P. Gast. Block Copolymer Self-Assembly at Surfaces: Structure and Properties; M. Tirrell. Copolymer Micelles in Aqueous Media; Z. Tuzar. The Structure of Telechelic Associating Polymers in Water; A. Yekta, et al. Unimolecular Micelles of Hydrophobically Modified Polyelectrolytes; Y. Morishima. Thermally Induced Phase Separation of Poly(Ethoxy-Ethyl- Vinyl Ether) Studied by the Fluorescence Method; J. Horinaka, et al. Classical Methods for the Study of Block Copolymer Micelles; P. Munk. Development of Synchrotron SAXS/Diffraction Instrumentation; B. Chu. Structure and Dynamics of Polymers by Synchrotron SAXS; B. Chu. From the Ruler to the Sextant: Dipole-Dipole Electronic Energy Transfer as a Tool for Probing Polymer Conformation and Morphology; A. Yekta, M.A. Winnik. Use of Fluorescence Methods to Characterize the Interior of Polymer Micelles; S.E. Webber. Fluorescence Depolarization Method to Study Polymer Chain Dynamics; M. Yamamoto, et al. Subject Index.