Published April 7, 1998
by An American Chemical Society Publication .
Written in English
|Contributions||D. Klempner (Editor), L. H. Sperling (Editor), L. A. Utracki (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||638|
Introduction The book focuses on novel interpenetrating polymer network (IPN)/semi-IPN technologies for drug delivery and biomedical applications. Interpenetrating Polymer Network by Sougata Jana, Subrata Jana, , Springer edition, paperback. Interpenetrating Polymer Networks: An Overview / L.H. Sperling --Interpenetrating Polymer Networks as Energy-Absorbing Materials / Daniel Sophiea --Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Phase Separation / L.A. Utracki --Equilibrium and non-squilibrieum Microphase Structures of Interpenetrating Polymer Networks / Yuri S. Lipatov --Methacrylic-Allylic. Micro- and Nano-structured Interpenetrating Polymer Networks covers all types of IPNs – including those based on exclusively natural polymers (eco-friendly green IPNs), IPNs based on natural and synthetic polymers, and IPNs based on fully synthetic polymers. The book reviews techniques for characterizing IPNs, including microscopy Cited by: 4.
Interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) refers to a type of elastomer in which two chemically distinct networks coexist, ideally having a structure that is homogeneous down to the segmental level.Thetwocomponentsarepresentasco-continuous,interlockingnetworks(catenanes).This. Mechanically robust hydrophobic interpenetrating polymer network-based nanocomposite of hyperbranched polyurethane and polystyrene as an effective anticorrosive coating T. Ghosh and N. Karak, New J. Chem., , 44, Sperling's book, “Interpenetrating Polymer Networks and Related Material”, was a relatively comprehensive description of the state of IPN at the time, describing the place of IPN in the rapidly developing world of polymers (s and s). Get Book. Provides a comprehensive review of interpenetrating polymer networks. Opens with four review chapters by important workers in the field--Sperling, Klempner, Utracki, and Lipatov- and continues with an international penetration of current research.
This book examines the current state of the art, new challenges, opportunities, and applications of IPNs. With contributions from experts across the globe, this survey is an outstanding resource reference for anyone involved in the field of polymer materials design for advanced technologies. Interpenetrating polymer networks (IPNs) are combinations of two or more network polymers, synthesized in juxtaposition. Several methods of synthesis, particularly sequential IPNs and simultaneous interpenetrating networks, are described. Interpenetrating Polymer Networks and Related Materials. Authors: Sperling, L.H. Free Preview. Buy this book eB89 € One of the objectives of this book is to point out the wealth of work done on IPNs or closely related materials. Since many papers and patents actually concerned with IPNs are not so designated, this literature is. Polyurethane Polymers: Blends and Interpenetrating Networks deals with almost all aspects of blends and IPNs formed by polyurethane, including the thermal, mechanical, morphological, and viscoelastic properties of each blend presented in the book. In addition, major applications related to these blends and IPNs are : $