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Author Pomogaĭlo, A. D. (Anatoliĭ Dmitrievich)

Title Metallopolymer nanocomposites / A.D. Pomogailo, V.N. Kestelman
Published Berlin : Springer, [2005]
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 563 pages) : illustrations
Series Springer series in materials science, 0933-033X ; 81
Springer series in materials science ; 81. 0933-033X
Contents Cover Preface Table of Contents Part I Structure and Organization of Metal Nanoparticles in Polymer Matrices 1 Nanoparticles in Materials Chemistry and in the Natural Sciences (Introduction) 1.1 Classification of Nanoparticles by Size 1.2 Structural Organization of Nanoparticles 1.3 Dimensional Phenomena in the Chemistry and Physics of Nanoparticles 1.4 Nanoparticles and Materials on their Base References 2 Nucleation Mechanism of Nanoparticles and Metal Clusters, their Structure and Chief Properties 2.1 Characteristic Features of Nanoparticle Nucleation 2.2 Kinetic Features of New Phase Formation 2.3 Phase Formation in Chemical Reactions 2.4 Self-Organization of Metal-Containing Nanoparticles (Fractal Structures) 2.5 Brief Account of Major Production Methods of Metal-Containing Nanoparticles 2.6 Metal Clusters as Nanoparticles with Fixed Dimensions References 3 Principles and Mechanisms of Nanoparticle Stabilization by Polymers 3.1 Stability of Nanoparticles in Solutions 3.2 Stabilizing Capability Characteristics of Polymers 3.3 Characteristics of Polymer Absorption on Metal Surfaces 3.4 Specifics of Polymer Surfactants as Stabilizers. 3.5 Mechanism of Nanoparticle Stabilization by Polymers 3.6 Stabilization of Nanoparticles by Electrolytes 3.7 Surface Proofing as a Method of Stabilizing Nanoparticles by Polymers 3.8 On the Problem of Matrix Confinement References Part II Synthetic Methods for Metallopolymer Nanocomposite Preparation 4 Physical Methods of Incorporating Nanoparticles into Polymers 4.1 Mechanochemical Dispersion of Precursors Jointly with Polymers 4.2 Microencapsulation of Nanoparticles into Polymers 4.3 Physical Deposition of Metal Particles on Polymers 4.4 Formation of 2D Nanostructures on Polymers 4.5 Formation of Metal Nanoparticles in Polymer Matrix Voids (Pores) 4.6 Physical Modification and Filling of Polymers with Metal References 5 Chemical Methods of MetalPolymer Nanocomposite Production 5.1 Reduction of Polymer-Bound Metal Complexes 5.2 Nanocomposite Formation 5.3 Nanocomposite Formation in MonomerPolymer Mixtures in Thermolysis 5.4 Nanocomposites on the Base of Polymer-Immobilized Metalloclusters References 6 Physico-Chemical Methods of Metal-Polymer Nanocomposite Production 6.1 Cryochemical Methods of Atomic Metal Deposition on Polymers 6.2 Metal Evaporation Methods on Polymers Localized at Room Temperature 6.3 Synthesis of Nanocomposites in a Plasma-Chemical Process 6.4 Radiolysis in Polymer Solutions 6.5 Photolysis of Metal-Polymer Systems as Means of Obtaining Nanocomposites 6.6 Electrochemical Methods of Nanocomposite Formation. References Part III Hybrid PolymerInorganic Nanocomposites 7 The SolGel Process in Formation of Hybrid Nanocomposites 7.1 General Characteristics of SolGel Reactions 7.2 A Combination of Polymerization Reactions and In Situ SolGel Synthesis of Nanocomposites 7.3 SolGel Syntheses in the Presence of Polymers 7.4 Morphology and Fractal Model of Hybrid Nanocomposites 7.5 Nanocomposites Incorporating Multimetallic Ceramics References 8 Polymer Intercalation into Porous and Layered Nanostructures 8.1 A General Description of the Intercalation Process 8.2 Polymerization into the Basal (Interlayer) Space 8.3 The Macromolecules Introducing into the Layered Host Lattices 8.4 Intercalation Nanocomposites of Polymer/Metal Chalcogenide Type 8.5 LangmuirBlodgett Metallopolymer Films as Self-Organized Hybrid Nanocomposites References 9 Nanobiocomposites 9.1 Basic Notions of Metal-Containing Protein Systems 9.2 Metal Nanoparticles in Immunochemistry, Cytochemistry and Medicine 9.3 Biosorption, Selective Heterocoagulation and Bacterial Concentration of Metal Nanoparticles 9.4 SolGel Process as a Way of Template-Synthesized Nanobioceramics 9.5 Biomineralization and Bioinorganic Nanocomposites References Part IV The Main Applications of MetalPolymeric Nano
Summary "Highly dispersed nanoscale particles in polymer matrices are currently attracting great interest in many fields of chemistry, physics and materials science. This book presents and analyzes the essential data on nanoscale metal clusters dispersed in, or chemically bonded with polymers. Special attention is paid to the in situ synthesis of the nanocomposites, their chemical interactions, and the size and distribution of the particles in the polymer matrix. Numerous novel nanocomposites are described with regard to their mechanical, electrophysical, optical, magnetic, catalytic and biological properties. Their applications, present and future, are outlined. The book is addressed both to researchers who actively use these materials and to students entering this multidisciplinary field."--Jacket
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Subject Nanostructured materials.
Metallic composites.
Polymeric composites.
Form Electronic book
Author Kestelʹman, V. N. (Vladimir Nikolaevich)
LC no. 2004114850
ISBN 3540209492 (alk. paper)
3540265236
9783540209492 (alk. paper)
9783540265238