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Editors: G.E. Zaikov (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia) V.K. Kablov (Volzhsky Polytechnic Inst., Russia)
Book Description:
In chemistry, condensed phases are both liquid and solid state. Gas and condensed phases are different in many parameters. Papers on chemical reactions in solid and liquid phases are collected in this volume, homogeneous and heterogeneous processes are discussed. Special attention paid to effects of metals and their oxides on the tribological characteristics of the composites, behaviour of polyurethanes in biological media, behaviour of some solid oxides irradiated in different media, nanotechnology in polymer coatings, structural peculiarities of polymers and co-polymers, radical polymerization and co-polymerization PMR and NMR structural characteristics of different compounds, synthesis of new polyfunctional polymers, synthesis and investigation of properties of natural and synthetic polymers and co-polymers, polymer coatings and films, investigation of oligosulfons properties, macrokinetic mechanism of biodegradation of polymers, polyazomethine-esters based on a new aromatic dialdehydes, the influence of polyazomethines on physicomechanical properties of polymers, the possibility of use of embolizing preparates for chemoemobolization, some important parameters for control of proteolytic reaction on wool, kinetics and mechanism enzymatic degradation of chitosan, polymers as natural nanocomposites (the geometry of intercomponent interactions, the comparative analysis of reinforcement mechanisms, thermophysical properties, the stress concentration and strength, molecular mobility level in polymers, elasticity modulus and polymer chains tightness), biomimetic oxidation, biocide and toxicological characteristics, synthesis and study of phenol-formaldehyde type of polymers, modern basalt fibrous materials and basalt fiber based polymeric composites, etc.Papers on degradation of polymers and recycling of polymers are presented in this volume as well. We would like to remind that processing of waste products is very important, but for example in Russia only 1.5% of waste products is being processed, in Germany – 60%, in Denmark and Switzerland – 80%, in Japan – 85-88%. Ideally, 100% of waste products should be used again after processing.


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Table of Contents:
Preface: Gennady Zaikov and Victor F. Kablov

1. Effects of metals and their oxides on the tribological characteristics of the composites based on fluorine plast;pp 1-7
(N. Donadze, D. Gventsadze, J. Aneli, Institute of Machine Mechanics,Tbilisi,Georgia)

2. Polymers as natural nanocomposites: the comparative analysis of reinforcement mechanisms;pp. 9-14,, Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Nal'chik, Russian Federation, and others)

3. Polymers as natural nanocomposites: the geometry of intercomponent interactions;pp. 15-23
(M.T. Bashorov, G.V. Kozlov, G.E Zaikov, A.K. Mikitaev, Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Nal'chik, Russian Federation, and others)

4. Polymers as natural nanocomposites: the reinforcement structural model;pp. 25-31
(M.T. Bashorov, G.V. Kozlov, G.E. Zaikov, A.K. Mikitaev, Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Nal'chik, Russian Federation and others)

5. Polymers as natural nanocomposites: the structural analysis of thermophysical properties;pp. 33-39
(M.T. Bashorov, G.V. Kozlov, G.E. Zaikov, E.N. Ovcharenko, Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Nal'chik, Russian Federation, and others)

6. Polymers as natural nanocomposites: the Leidner-Woodhams model application;pp. 41-50
(M.T Bashorov, G.V. Kozlov, G.E.Zaikov, M.A. Tlenkopachev,Kabardino-Balkarian State university,Nal'chik, Russian Federatin)

7. Polymers as natural nanocomposites: the stress concentration and strength;pp. 51-57
(M.T. Bashorov, G.V. Kozlov, G.E Zaikov, A.K. Mikitaev, Kabardino-Balkarian State university,Nal'chik, Russian Federation)

8. The characteristics of EPR spectra as indicator of a molecular mobility level in polymers;pp. 59-67
(M.T. Bashorov, G.V. Kozlov,G.E. Zaikiv, A.K. Mikitaev, Kabardino-Balkarian State University,; Nal'chik, Russian Federation)

9. Polymers as natural nanocomposites: elasticity modulus and polymer chains tightness;pp. 69-73
(M.T. Bashorov, G.V. Kozlov, G.E. Zaikov, A.K Mikitae, Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Nal'chik, Russian Federation)

10. Polyurethanes in biological media;pp. 75-86
(K.Z. Gumargalieva, L.A. Zimina, G.E. Zaikov, N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics,Academy of Sciences,Moscow,Russia, and others)

11. Mobile structural defects as catalyst of solid statpolymerization;pp. 87-99
(A.M. Kaplan and N.I. Chekunaev, Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow anbd others)

12. Nanotechnological fundamentals of temperature-controlled polymer coatings;pp. 101-107
(N. Bulychev, F. Wurst, V. Fomin, Th. Schauer, C.D. Eisenbach, Institute for Polymer Chemistry, Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany and others)

13. Macrokinetic mechanism of biodegradation of polymer samples based on cross-linked dextrans;pp. 109-122
(K.Z. Gumargalieva, L.L. Madyuskina, G.E. Zaikov, N.N. Semenov Institute of chemical physics Russian Academy of Sciences,Moscow,Russia)

14. Synthesis and study of phenol-formaldehyde type polymers on the base of bisphenol with adamantine grouping;pp. 123-132
(G. Papava, N. Gelashvili, Z. Molodinashvili, M. Gurgenishvili, I. Chitrekashvili, LEPL Petre Melikishvile Institute of Physical and Orangic Chemistry,TBilisi, Georgia)

15. On a possibility of use of embolizing preparation derived from poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (poly-HEMA) for chemoemobolization;pp. 133-139
(E.V. Koverzanova, S.V. Usachev, K.Z. Gumargalieva, L.V. Kokov,N.N. Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, RAS,Moscow and others)

16. Modern basalt fibrous materials and basalt fiber based polymeric composites;pp. 141-161 (A.A. Dalinkevich, K.Z. Gumargalieva, S.S. Marakhovsky, A.V. Soukhanov, Central Scientific-Research Institute of Special Machine-Building, Khot'kovo,Moscow Region,Russia and others)

17. Quantum-chemical calculation of heterocyclic basic nitrogens –Alphabet" of genetic code by method AB INITIO;pp. 163-170 (V.A. Babkn, V.U. Dmitriev, E.S. Titova, G.E. Zaikov, Volograd State Architect-Build University Sebrykov Dept., Michailovka, Volgograd region, Russia and others)

18. Macromolecular effects at chitosan enzymatic destruction in solution;pp. 171-176
(V.V.Chernova, E.I.Kulish, V.P.Volodina, S.V.Kolesov, Y.B.Monakov, G.E.Zaikov, The Bashkir State University,UFA, Russia and others)

19. Enzymatic destruction of chitosan;pp. 177-191
(E.I.Kulish, V.P.Volodina, V.V.Chernova, S and others)

20. Some Important Parameters for Control of Proteolytic reaction on wool;pp. 193-208
(M. J. Beglou, M. Arami, F. Mazaheri, A. K. Haghi, Dept. of Textile engineering, Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran,Iran and others)

21. Halogen-containing poly(arylene ether keytone)s,;pp. 209-218
(A.M Kharayev, A.K. Mikitaev,G.E. Zaikov, R.Ch. Bazheva, Kh.M. Berbekov Kabardino-Balkar State University, Russi and others)

22. The influence of polyazomethines on basic of 4,4/-diaminotriphenylmethane on physicomechanical properties of polybutyleneterephthalate;pp. 219-226
(B.S. Mashukova, T.A. Borukaev, Kabardino-Balkarian State University,Nalchic city, Russia)

23. Polyazomethine-esters based on a new aromatic dialdehydes;pp. 227-231
(T.V. Zalova, T.A. Borukaev, Kabardino-Balkarian State University,Nalchik,Russia)

24. Oligosulfons on the basis of 1,1-dichlor-2,2-di(4-oxyphenyl)ethylene and 4-4/dichlordiphenylsulfon obtained by high-temperature polycondensation;pp. 233-236
(Barokova E.B., Haraev A.M., Bazheva R.Ch., Haraeva R.A., Kabardino-Balkarian State University,Nalchik,Russia)

25. Behaviour of some solid oxides irradiated in different mediums and in presence of additions;pp. 237-245
(H. A. Ghazarian, N. M. Beylerian, E. A. Baklachev, Yerevan State University (YSU), Yerevan, Armenia)

26. Biomimetic oxidation of alkanes;pp. 247-285
(E.I. Karasevich, N.M. Emanuel's Institute of Biochemical Physics Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

27. Radical co-polymerization of guanidine containing acrylic monomer with N,N-diallyl-N,N-dimethylammonium chloride in water: kinetic peculiarities and co-polymers properties;pp. 287-291
(N. A. Sivov, A I. Martynenko, Y. A. Malkanduev, N. I. Popova, A. A. Zhansitov, S.Y. Khashirova, A. M. Esmurziev, A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis, Russian Academy of Science,Moscow and others)

28. NMR1H spectral characteristics of diallyl monomers derivatives;pp. 293-299
(N. A. Sivov, S. Y. Khashirova, A. I. Martynenko, Y.A. Malkanduev, N. I. Popova, A.N. Sivov, A.I. Sarbasheva, M.H.Baidaeva,A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis,Russian Academy of Science,Moscow,Russia and others)

29. Investigation of structure peculiarities and behavior in different solvents of guanidine containing monomers with NMR spectroscopy method;pp. 301-306
(N. A. Sivov, M.P. Filatova, A.N. Sivov, N.I. Popova, D.N. Sivov, A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis,Russian Academy of Science,Moscow)

30. Synthesis of new polyfunctional guanidine containing acrylic monomers and polymers;pp. 307-312
(N. A. Sivov, A. I. Martynenko, N. I. Popova, A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis, Russian Academy of Science,Moscow

31. Determination of composition and structure of homo-polymers and co-polymers on the base of guanidine diallyl derivatives by NMR1H spectroscopy method;pp. 313-318
(N. A. Sivov, Y.A. Malkanduev, S. Yu. Khashirova, A. I. Martynenko, N.I. Popova, A. N. Sivov, A. I. Sarbasheva, M. H. Baidaeva, A. M. Esmurziev, A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochenmical Synthesis, Russian Academy of Science,Moscow and others)

32. Structural peculiarities of amphiphylic co-polymers: poly-N,N-diallyl-N,N-dimethylammonium chloride-co-poly(meth)acrylate guanidines;pp. 319-323
(N. A. Sivov, A.I. Martynenko, N.I. Popova, A. N. Sivov, A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow)

33. The study of the biocide and toxicological characteristics of novel polyacrylamidic flocculants;pp. 325-329
(S.Yu. Khashirova, S.S. Pekar, Z.A. Tlupova, R.R. Gaieva and Yu.A. Malkanduev, Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Nalchik,Russian Federation)

Index pp.331-341

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 2nd quarter
   Pages: 341 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-734-7
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