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Editors: Yuri N. Bubnov, Valeri A. Vasnev, Andrei A. Askaskii and Gennady E. Zaikov (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
Book Description:
This is the second volume in this series which is devoted to the memory of World Renowned Scientist professor Rusanov Alexander L’vovich. The authors have highlighted in this volume the information about synthesis and properties of some heterochain polymers; polymer chain containing alternating phthalide groups and hydrocarbon structures without geteroatoms; proton-conducting membranes on the basis of sulfonated polyphenylquinoxalines; anionic ring-opening polymerization of ε-caprolactam in the presence of an ionic liquid; synthesis of polythienophenes and the modification of materials surfaces by functional oligoorganosiloxanes. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xiii

1. Synthesis and properties of some heterochain polymers pp. 1-45
(A.A. Askadskii)

2. Polymer Chain Containing Alternating Phthalide Groups (or Related Groups) and Hydrocarbon Structures without Geteroatoms
(S.N. Salazkin, V.V. Shaposhnikova) pp. 47-67

3. New Aromatic Poly(pyridinium salt)s: Synthesis, Optical and Electrochromic Properties
(M. L. Keshtov, D. V. Marochkin and A. R. Khokhlov) pp. 69-81

4. Proton-Conducting Membranes on the Basis of Sulfonated Polyphenylquinoxalines
(A.L. Rusanov, Yu.A. Dobrovolsky, Е.V. Gerasimova, et al.) pp. 83-89

5. Anionic ring-Opening Polymerization of ε-Caprolactam in the Presence of an Ionic Liquid
(Olesya N. Zabegaeva, Tat’yana V. Volkova, Alexander S. Shaplov, et al.) pp. 91-105

6. Synthesis of Polythienophenes
(E.N. Rodlovskaya, V.A. Vasnev, B.A. Izmailov) pp. 107-115

7. Modification of Materials Surfaces by Functional Oligoorganosiloxanes
(B.A. Izmailov, E.N. Rodlovskaya, V.A. Vasnev) pp.117-121

8. Photochromic Condensation Polymers
(G.D. Markova, V.A.Vasnev, B.A. Izmailov) pp. 123-133

9 Aromatic Nucleophilic Nitrodisplacement Reactions Activated from the Meta-Positions for the Synthesis of Poly(Arylene Ethers)
(A.L. Rusanov, L.G. Komarova, S. A. Shevelev, M.D. Dutov) pp. 135-152

10. Gradiently Oriented State of Polymers: Formation and Investigation
(Levan Nadareishvili, Zurab Wardosanidze, Nodar Lekishvili, et al.)
pp. 153-163

11. Organosilicon Polymers with Photo Switchable Fragments in the Side Chain
(M. Doroshenko, K. Koynov, G. Zaikov, O. Mukbaniani) pp. 165-167

12. Catalytic Activity of Polymer-Supported Cobalt(II) Catalysts in the Oxidation of Alkenes
(Jan Pielichowski, Grzegorz Kowalski, G. Zaikov) pp. 169-177

13. Properties of DNA Complexes with New Cationic Surfactants
(Jacek Nizioł, Maciek Sniechowski, Edyta Hebda, et al.) pp. 179-189

14. A New Environmentally Polyphosphazene-Based Catalysts for Oxidation Reaction
(Edyta Hebda, Jan Pielichowski, G. E. Zaikov) pp. 191-197

15. The New Polyolefin Chlorine-Containing Cauotchoucs, Obtained by Solid Phase Halide Modification in Formula of Tire Rubbers
(Yu.O. Andriasyan, I.A. Mikhaylov, A.A. Popov, et al.) pp. 199-206

16. The Phase State and Rheological Properties of Chitosan–Acetic Acid–Ethanol–Water System
(S. A. Uspenskiy, G. A. Vikhoreva, A. N. Sonina) pp. 207-215

17. Kinetics and Mechanism of Emulsion Copolymerization of Methyl Acrylate with Some Hydrophilic Monomers
(N.V. Kozhevnikov, M.D. Goldfein, N.I. Kozhevnikova) pp. 217-224

18. Producible Way for Designing of Fibrous Composite with the Use of Latex Butadiene-Styrol Rubber pp. 225-235
(Viacheslav M. Misin)

19. Electrical Conducting and Paramagnetic Properties of Channels Formed after Laser Beam Irradiation of Carbon Chain Polymers
(J.N. Aneli, T.N. Dumbadze, N.A. Bakradze) pp. 237-241

20. To a Question of Liquid Components Capsuling
(A.F. Puchkov, V.F. Kablov, V.B. Svetlichnaja, et al.) pp. 243-247

21. Analysis of Innovative Resources of Russland Polymers Industry Based on the System Approach (1995-2009)
(A.M. Bessarabov, A.V. Kvasyuk, G.E. Zaikov, et al.) pp. 249-256

22. The Structural Model of Nanocomposites Polyethylene/ Montmorillonite Permeability to Gas
(B.Zh. Dzhangurazov, G.V. Kozlov, G.E. Zaikov, A.K. Mikitaev)
pp. 257-263

23. The Structural Reinforcement Mechanism of Polymer Nanocomposites on Suprasegmental Level
(G.V. Kozlov, Yu.G. Yanovskii, B.Zh. Dzhangurazov, G.E. Zaikov)
pp. 265-276

24. A Nanofiller Aggregation Influence on Nanocomposites Polyethylene/Calcium Carbonate Mechanical Properties
(G.V. Kozlov, G.E. Zaikov, A.K. Mikitaev) pp. 277-285

25. Water Resistance Calculation in the Current Flow Whirlwind Apparatus
(R.R.Usmanova, A.K.Panov, G.E.Zaikov) pp. 287-292

26. XPS Study of Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene Treaded with Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
(A. V. Naumkin, A. P. Krasnov, E. E. Said-Galeiv, et al.)pp. 293-304

27. Amphiphilic 3D Copolyesters
(V.V. Istratov, O.V. Baranov, V.A. Vasnev I.V. Buchneva) pp. 305-318

Index pp. 319-331

   Series:
      Polymer Science and Technology
      Materials Science and Technologies
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012- November
   Pages: 344, 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61470-520-8
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