5 edition of Ionomers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Shulamith Schlick.|
|LC Classifications||QD382.I45 I55 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||311 p. :|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||95032336|
Ionomers contain a small amount of ionic comonomer, such as carboxylic acid groups neutralized with a metal cation. Aggregation of these metal salt groups induces a heterogeneity with a length scale of a few nanometers, as shown schematically below. Introduction to Ionomers affords chemists, engineers, and graduate students an opportunity to familiarize themselves quickly and thoroughly with one of today's most commercially important classes of polymers. The book's primary conceptual thrust is the relationship between polymeric architecture and polymeric morphology and properties when.
The use of fluorinated ionomers such as Nafion® have removed the need for mercury and asbestos in these processes and led to a massive reduction in electricity usage in these highly energy-intensive processes. Polymers in this group have also found uses in fuel-cells, metal-ion recovery, water electrolysis, plating, surface treatment of metals. His book is a unique guide to this important polymer group and its applications, in membranes and other forms. The 2e expands this handbook by over a third, with new sections covering developments in electrolysis and membranes, additional information about the synthesis and science of the polymer group, and an enhanced provision of reference data.
The physical properties of resin-modified glass-ionomers are comparable with those of conventional glass-ionomers. They also release fluoride in a two-step process that is identical with that of conventional glass-ionomers in that there is an early wash-out phase followed by a sustained diffusion-based phase [ 29 ].Cited by: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ionomers: Synthesis, Structure, Properties and Applications (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at .
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Covers the techniques involved in the growing range of applications for fluorinated ionomers, including fuel cells, batteries and drug delivery The only book on this important polymer group, written by Walther Grot, the inventor of the leading fluorinated ionomer, Nafion® from DuPont.
Fluorinated Ionomers (Plastics Design Library) - Kindle edition by Grot, Walther. Download it once and Ionomers book it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Fluorinated Ionomers (Plastics Design Library).Manufacturer: William Andrew.
The emphasis of this book is on the practical aspects of working with fluorinated ionomers. It is intended to help the scientist and engineer in the preparation, fabrication, use, and study of these products as well as in the development of new applications and cturer: William Andrew.
Ionomers may also be examined at lower temperatures where less mobility is present. 64–71 In general the response for both the parent acid copolymers and their salt derivatives resembles that of low density polyethylene.
At the lowest temperatures there is a large loss peak, the γ relaxation occurring near − °C. Polymers have achieved an enviable position as the class of materials having the highest volume of production, exceeding that of both metals and ceramics.
The meteoric rise in the production and utilization of polymers has been due to advances in. data for the LiSPS ionomers, the outliers from the lines, the rheological properties correlate linearly with the quantity c/a, where c is the ion-pair concentration and a is the ionic.
Ionomer Resins The less common families of engineering polymers, like ionomer resins, tend not to register at the forefront of designers’ minds, probably because they have performance characteristics that are - Selection from Materials for Design [Book]. Ionomers-An Overview, S. Schlick Ion Aggregation and its Effect on Ionomer Properties, J.-S.
Kim and A. Eisenberg Electron and Neutron Scattering Small-Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) Studies of Bulk Ionomers, B. Chu Model Ionomers Studied with Spin-Polarized Neutrons Using Spin-Polarization Analysis, B.
Gabrys, O. Scharpf, and D.G. Peiffer. Fluorinated ionomers, particularly the perfluorinated ionomers developed in the s, have revolutionized the chlor-alkali industry.
In this process, the use of hazardous materials such as mercury and asbestos has been eliminated; and the economics, particularly in regard to reduced energy consumption, has substantially : Walther Grot.
The molecular structure and composition of ionomers lead to a complex superposition of properties of organic chains and of polyelectrolytes. The potential use of this class of polymers in applications such as surfactants, ion selective membranes in electrochemical processes, coatings, fuel cells and batteries has sparked a vast amount of research.
The book covers partially fluorinated and perfluorinated polymers containing sufficient ionic groups to dominate the transport properties of the polymer. The emphasis of this book is on the practical aspects of working with fluorinated Edition: 1. Ionomer definition is - any of a class of tough synthetic ethylene-based thermoplastic resins consisting of a copolymer containing cross-links formed by ionic bonds.
1 Introduction Polymers Physical Shapes References 2 History References 3 Manufacture Introduction Perfluorinated Ionomers Polymerization Fabrication Hydrolysis and Acid Exchange Finishing and Testing Liquid Compositions Fluorinated Ionomers with Phosphonic or Sulfonyl Imide Functional Groups "Fluorinated Ionomers is a unique handbook on working with those partially fluorinated and perfluorinated polymers which contain sufficient ionic groups to.
Purchase Fluorinated Ionomers - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThis concise handbook covers all aspects of glass-ionomer cements, from the development of these materials in the early s through to the current state of the art. Their physical, chemical, biological, and clinical properties are described as well.
Polymers have achieved an enviable position as the class of materials having the highest volume of production, exceeding that of both metals and ceramics. The.
IONOMERS by Schlick, Shulamith and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Book Review: Glass-Ionomers in Dentistry. There is inevitably some repetition of information, which often occurs with an edited book on a specific subject, but this does not detract from its Author: Martin Tyas.
Covers the techniques involved in the growing range of applications for fluorinated ionomers, including fuel cells, batteries and drug delivery The only book on this important polymer group, written by Walther Grot, the inventor of the leading fluorinated ionomer, Nafion® from DuPontPrice: $.
The emphasis of this book is on the practical aspects of working with fluorinated ionomers. It is intended to help the scientist and engineer in the preparation, fabrication, use, and study of these products as well as in the development of new applications and compositions.In this comprehensive review, recent progress and developments on perfluorinated sulfonic-acid (PFSA) membranes have been summarized on many key topics.
Although quite well investigated for decades, PFSA ionomers’ complex behavior, along with their key role in many emerging technologies, have presented significant scientific challenges but also helped create a unique Cited by: Ionomers | Polymers have achieved an enviable position as the class of materials having the highest volume of production, exceeding that of both metals and ceramics.
The meteoric rise in the production and utilization of polymers has been due to advances in polymer synthesis which allow the creation of specific and well-defined molecular structures, to new knowledge .