Colloidal Polymers: Synthesis and Characterization

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Abdelhamid Elaissari
CRC Press, 2003 M08 6 - 464 páginas
Amidst developments in nanotechnology and successes in catalytic emulsion polymerization of olefins, polymerization in dispersed media is arousing an increasing interest from both practical and fundamental points of view. This text describes ultramodern approaches to synthesis, preparation, characterization, and functionalization of latexes, nanopa
 

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A Long History with Many Challenges to Meet in the Future FreeRadical Emulsion Polymerization and Aqueous Polymer Dispersions
1
Controlled FreeRadical Polymerization A Way to Design PoIymer Architecture and Surface Properties of Latex Particles
23
Preparation of Microlatexes Using Polymeric Surfactants or Mixed Surfactants
47
Catalytic Polymerization of Olefins in Emulsion A Breakthrough in Polymer Colloids
77
Functionalization of Colloidal Particles
93
PolyNisopropylacrylainide Based Particles Preparation and Colloidal Characterization
117
Microemulsion Polymerization A Way to Synthesize WellDefined Highly Functionalized Nanoparticles
145
Hollow Particles Synthetic Pathways and Potential Applications
189
Synthesis Characterization and Biomedical Applications of Conducting Polymer Particles
245
Preparation of Magnetic Latices
285
Polymer Beads in Biomedical Chromatography Preparation and Characterization
319
Assembling of Polymer Particles onto Solid Supports for Medical Applications
351
Polymer Colloids Widespread and Novel Techniques of Characterization
381
Electrokinetic and SmallAngle Neutron Scattering Studies of Thermally Sensitive Polymer Colloids
419
Index
439
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Preparation of Polymer and Hybrid Colloids by Miniemulsion for Biomedical Applications
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Abdelhamid Elaissari, PhD, DEA, is Director of Research at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Lyon, France. A partial list of his current research interests includes functionalization of complex colloidal systems, physical chemistry and colloidal characterization of colloidal particles, adsorption, desorption, covalent grafting, and specific immobilization of biomolecules and polyelectrolytes onto

colloidal particles.

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