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Thermostable Polycyanurates: Synthesis, Modification, Structure and Properties
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Editors: Alexander Fainleib (Inst. of Macromolecular Chemistry, Nat. Acad. of Sci. of Ukraine, Ukraine)
Book Description:
The purpose of the book is to present a systematic analysis of the new results published on synthesis, modification and structure-properties relationships for polycyanurate networks during last 15 year.

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. Synthesis, thermodynamics, kinetic peculiarities and structure-properties relationships for polycyanurate-polyurethane semi-interpenetrating polymer networks (semi-IPNs), pp. 1-42
(Alexander Fainleib)

Chapter 2. Polyurethane-polycyanurate full sequential interpenetrating polymer networks (seq-IPNs). Synthesis, structure, properties, pp. 43-79
(Alexander Fainleib, Jean-Marc Saiter, Olga Grigoryeva and Boulos Youssef)

Chapter 3. Polycyanurate hybrid networks and semi-IPNs filled with carbon fibers. Synthesis and structure-properties relationships for the relative composites, pp. 81-111
(Alexander Fainleib)

Chapter 4. Local and cooperative molecular mobility in semi- and full- interpenetrating polymer networks, pp. 113-141
(Antonino Bartolotta, Gaetano Di Marco, Gaspare Tripodo and Alexander Fainleib)

Chapter 5. Fragility and anharmonicity in interpenetrating polymer networks, pp. 143-159
(Antonio Bartolotta, Giuseppe Carini, Giovanna D'Angelo and Alexander Fainleib)

Chapter 6. Modification of polycyanurates by polyethers and polyesters, pp. 161-194
(Olga Grigoryeva, Alexander Fainleib, Jean-Marc Saiter and Daniel Grande)

Chapter 7. Polycyanurate-based hybrid networks and nanocomposites: structure-glass transition dynamics-dynamic heterogeneity-properties relationships, pp. 195-245
(Vladimir Bershtein, Alexander Fainleib and Pavel Yakushev)

Chapter 8. Dielectric studies of chain dynamics in polycyanurate hybrid networks and nanocomposites, pp. 247-295
Polycarpos Pissis, Sotiria Kripotou, Panagiotis Maroulas and Alexander Fainleib

Chapter 9. Nanoporous polycyanurates, pp. 297-319
(Daniel Grande, Olga Grigoryeva and Alexander Fainleib)

Chapter 10. Modification of polycyanurate network by reactive rubbers with hydrazide, acylhydrazone and isocyanate terminal groups, pp. 321-351
(Alexander Fainleib, Olga Grigoryeva, Boulos Youssef, Jean-Marc Saiter and Alexander Bismarck)



      Chemistry Research and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 2nd quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10, 362pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-907-0
   Status: AV
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