Template Polymerization. Polowinski S. In this, the first book to be devoted to this leading edge technology, the author sets out the mechanisms and kinetics of template polymerization, outlines potential applications of template polymers, and compares the properties of template polymers against those of conventional polymers produced from similar monomers. By borrowing from the techniques of biosynthesis, the emerging technology of template polymerization holds out the prospect. of made-to-measure polymers with new levels of structural design and control. Alkene Polymerization Reactions with Transition Metal Catalysts. 0 Mb. Kissin . Centi G. 3 Mb.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. By borrowing from the techniques of biosynthesis, the emerging technology of template polymerization holds out the prospect of made-to-measure polymers with new levels of structural design and control. Just as the DNA in a living cell acts as a template for the proteins produced by the cell.
Stefan Polowinski, Polish chemistry professor. Recipient awards, Ministry of Science and Education, 1973, 1980, 2001. Fellow: International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry; member: Polish Academy of Sciences (member experts group). Polowinski, Stefan was born on May 26, 1931 in Wilno, Poland. Son of Czeslaw and Maria Polowinski. Master of Science, Technology University Lodz, Poland, 1957.
Typical examples of template polymerization systems and products of template polymerization such as. .For example, Polowinski's team has used this technique to modify the surface of textile fabrics to acidic or basic and then treated with the opposite charges.
Typical examples of template polymerization systems and products of template polymerization such as interpolymer complexes and ladder-type polymers are presented. Possible applications are briefly described. This process changes the surface charge, hydrophilicity and electro-kinetic potential, as well as improving dye absorbing capability.
бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Noncovalent interactions play key roles in many natural processes leading to the self-assembly of molecules with the formation of supramolecular structures. One of the most important forces responsible for self-assembly is hydrogen bonding, which also plays an important role in the self-assembly of synthetic polymers in aqueous solutions. Proton-accepting polymers can associate with proton-donating polymers via hydrogen bonding in aqueous solutions and form polymer-polymer or interpolymer complexes