The interest on poly(organophosphazenes) dates back to 1965, the official date of the synthesis of linear and soluble polydichlorophosphazene, and moved rapidly toward the preparation and characterisation of a very large variety of macromolecules showing different structures and potential and practical use in different fields. Nowadays, polyphosphazene substrates occupy an important position in the panorama of inorganic-organic materials, somewhere at the borderline among the inorganic, organometallic and organic chemistry, and among polymeric, ceramic and metallic materials. Furthermore, theoretical aspects on their structures are still of importance in the scientific debate and their intriguing characteristics deeply investigated. The book opens with a general introduction where the background, developments and future perspectives of poly(organophosphazenes) are presented (Chapt. 1). It divides successively in two parts covering different research areas. Poly(Dichlorophosphazene) from P-Trichloro-N-Dichlorophosphoryl Monophosphazene Cl3P=N-POCl2 (Roger De Jaeger and Philippe Potin); Ambient Temperature Cationic Condensation Synthesis of Polyphosphazenes (Harry R. Allcock); Some Aspects of Synthesis and Investigation of Poly(diorganoxyphosphazene)s (Wieslaw W. Sulkowski); Poly(alkyl/arylphosphazenes) and their Derivatives (Patty Wisian-Neilson); P-C Bonded Polyphosphazenes (Maria C. Gallazzi and Enzo Montoneri); Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Phosphazene Polymers (J. C. van de Grampel); High Molecular Weight Polyspirophosphazenes (Gabino A. Carriedo and F. J. Garcia Alonso); Polythionylphosphazenes: Inorganic Polymers with a Main Chain of Phosphorus, Nitrogen and Sulfur(VI) Atoms (Andrew R. McWilliams and Ian Manners); Solution Properties of Polyphosphazenes Determined by SEC-MALS and Calculated by MD Simulations (M. Pilar Tarazona and Enrique Saiz); Computational Approaches to the Study of Structures and Conformations of Semi-Crystalline and Amorphous Phosphazenic Materials (Giuseppe C. Pappalardo and Kenny B. Lipkowitz); Thermal and Mechanical Properties of PolyHiemenz, P. C. Polymer Chemistry, The Basic Concepts; Marcel Dekker: New York, 1984, Chapt. 7, p 436. ... Hayes, R. F.; Allen, C. W. ACS Polym. Prep. 1994, 35(2), 834. 46. Allen, C. W.; Worley, S. D. Inorg. Chem. 1999, 38, 5187. 47. DuPontanbsp;...
|Title||:||Synthesis and Characterizations of Poly(organophosphazenes)|
|Author||:||Roger De Jaeger, Mario Gleria|
|Publisher||:||Nova Publishers - 2004-01-01|