Functional Polymers by Reversible Deactivation Radical Polym
The synthesis of tailor-made functional polymers with controlled architecture is very challenging. The functional groups present in the monomer often either prevent polymerisation or lead to several side reactions. In this regard, reversible deactivation radical polymerisation (RDRP) techniques are useful tools to prepare macromolecular architectures with controlled molecular weight, architecture and narrow dispersity. This book describes the advances in the area of RDRP to prepare functional polymers for a wide range of applications, such as self-healing, oil- and water-resistant coatings, controlled drug delivery systems and so on. The worthy contribution from renowned experts working in the field of RDRP makes this book invaluable to researchers as it covers important areas such as: Introduction and historical development of RDRP Polymer-nanohybrid materials Telechelic polymers with controlled end functionality Functional polymer synthesis via a combination of RDRP and 'click' chemistry Fluorinated polymers Polymers for biomedical applications. This book will be of prime interest for polymer scientists as well as materials scientists dealing with functional polymer synthesis for different applications. It will also be a good source of knowledge for young researchers working on functional polymeric materials and their composites.
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