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RAFT Polymerization


RAFT Polymerization

Methods, Synthesis, and Applications
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von: Graeme Moad, Ezio Rizzardo

358,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-VCH
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 22.10.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9783527821341
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 1280

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<p><b>Explore this one-stop resource for reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerization from a leading voice in chemistry </b></p> <p><i>RAFT Polymerization: Methods, Synthesis and Applications </i>delivers a comprehensive and insightful analysis of reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer polymerization (RAFT) and its applications to fields as diverse as material science, industrial chemistry, and medicine. This one-stop resource offers readers a detailed synopsis of the current state of RAFT polymerization.  </p> <p>This text will inspire further research and continue the drive to an ever-increasing range of applications by synthesizing and explaining the more central existing literature on RAFT polymerization. It contains a beginner’s guide on how to do a RAFT polymerization before moving on to much more advanced techniques and concepts, like the kinetics and mechanisms of the RAFT process. The distinguished editors have also included resources covering the four major classes of RAFT agents and recent developments in processes for initiating RAFT polymerization. Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of: </p> <ul> <li>A thorough introduction to the mechanisms, theory, and mathematical modeling of RAFT </li> <li>Explorations of RAFT agent design and synthesis, dithioesters, dithiobenzoates, trithiocarbonates, xanthates, dithiocarbamates, macromonomer RAFT, and RAFT copolymerization </li> <li>Discussions of a variety of RAFT architectures, including multiblocks, combs, hyperbranched polymers, and stars </li> <li>Treatments of end group transformation, cationic RAFT, high-throughput RAFT, and RAFT in continuous flow </li> <li>An examination of sequence defined polymers by RAFT </li> </ul> <p>Perfect for organic chemists, polymer chemists, and materials scientists, <i>RAFT Polymerization: Methods, Synthesis and Applications </i>will also earn a place in the libraries of chemical engineers seeking a one-stop reference for this method of controlled radical polymerization with a wide range of applications in multiple areas. </p> <p> </p>
<p>Overview</p> <p>Terminology in Reversible Deactivation Radical Polymerization (RDRP) and Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer (RAFT) Polymerization.</p> <p>How to do a RAFT Polymerisation</p> <p>Kinetics and Mechanism of RAFT Polymerizations</p> <p>RAFT Mechanisms</p> <p>Quantum-Chemical Studies of RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Mathematical Modeling of RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Dithioesters in RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Trithiocarbonates in RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Xanthates in RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Dithiocarbamates in RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Photo RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Redox initiated RAFT Polymerization and (Electro)Chemical Activation of RAFT Agents</p> <p>Considerations for and Applications of Aqueous RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>RAFT-Mediated Polymerization-Induced Self-Assembly (PISA)</p> <p>RAFT Functional End-Groups: Installation and Transformation</p> <p>Sequence-Encoded RAFT oligomers and polymers</p> <p>Synthesis and Application of Reactive Polymers via RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>RAFT Crosslinking Polymerization</p> <p>Complex Polymeric Architectures Synthesised through RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Star Polymers by RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Surface and Particle Modification via RAFT Polymerization: An Update</p> <p>High Throughput / High Output Experimentation in RAFT Polymer Synthesis</p> <p>An Industrial History of RAFT Polymerization</p> <p>Cationic RAFT Polymerization</p>
<p><b>Graeme Moad</b> obtained his BSc (Hons, First Class, 1974) and PhD (1978) from the University of Adelaide in organic free radical chemistry. Between 1977 and 1979, he undertook post-doctoral research at Pennsylvania State University. He joined CSIRO in 1979 where he currently holds the position of CSIRO fellow. Dr Moad is (co)author of over 200 publications, co-inventor on 38 patent families (17 relate to RAFT) and co-author of the book “The Chemistry of Radical Polymerization” (3rd edition in preparation). His research interests lie in the fields of polymerization mechanisms, and polymer design and synthesis. In recognition of his work Dr Moad was awarded a CSIRO medal in 2003, the RACI’s Battaerd-Jordan Polymer Medal in 2012, a Clunies Ross Award and a Thomson-Reuters' Citation Laureate in 2014, a Warwick University IAS Fellowship, a CSIRO Newton-Turner award and Thomson-Reuters' Highly Cited List in 2015 and the Australian Academy of Science's David Craig Medal for outstanding achievement in the field of Chemistry in 2020. In 2014 he was added to Clarivate Analytics' Hall of Citation Laureates. Dr Moad is currently also an adjunct professor at Monash University, and an honorary professor at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology. He is an Associate Member of the IUPAC Polymer Division and the Division representative on the International Committee for Terminology, Nomenclature and Standards (ICTNS). He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Australian Academy of Science.</p> <p><b>Ezio Rizzardo</b> holds a BSc with First Class Honours in Applied Chemistry from the University of New South Wales (1965) and a PhD in Organic Chemistry from the University of Sydney (1969). Following post-doctoral research in organic synthesis at Rice University (Houston), the Research Institute for Medicine and Chemistry (Boston), and the Australian National University (Canberra), he was appointed in 1976 at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (Melbourne) to explore polymer chemistry. At CSIRO, he has led teams who have devised and developed, among others: radical trapping with nitroxides, nitroxide mediated polymerization (NMP), chain transfer by radical addition-fragmentation, and its reversible version, RAFT polymerization. In recognition of his many achievements, Dr Rizzardo has been awarded Australia’s highest scientific honour; the Prime Minister’s Prize for Science, and the highest civic honour; Companion of the Order of Australia (AC). He is also a Fellow of Australia’s Scientific Academies (FAA, FTSE) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of London (FRS). </p>

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