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Editors: Roger De Jaeger (Lab. de Spechtrochimie Infrarouge et Raman, Univ. des Sciences and Tecn. de Lille, France) ; Mario Gleria (Inst. di Scienze e Tecn. Molecolari, Univ. di Padoa, Italy)
Book Description:
Inorganic polymers are large molecules, usually linear or branched chains with atoms other than carbon in their backbone. In this new advanced research book, silicon-based inorganic polymers are treated by J Cypryk (Poland), G. Kickelbick (Austria), X. Coqueret (France), A. Colas (Belgium), J. Koe (Japan), W. Uhlig (Switzerland), and by M. Rehahn and M. Weinmann (Germany). Different aspects of phosphorus-containing macromolecules are described by F.F. Stewart (USA), R. De Jaeger and L. Montagne (France), and by M. Carenza, S. Lora, and M.Gleria (Italy). Tin- and germanium-based polymers are illustrated by M. Okano (Japan), while inorganic dendrimers are presented by A.M. Caminade and J.P. Majoral (France) and by V. Balzani (Italy). Miscellaneous topics covering the flame-retardant and the intumescent behavior of the inorganic macromolecules (S. Bourbigot, France), ionically-conductive inorganic macromolecules (E. Montoneri, Italy) and chiral inorganic polymers (G.A. Carriedo and J.F. Garcia-Alonso, Spain) are also addressed.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1 - General Review on Polysiloxane Synthesis; pp. 1-59
(Marek Cypryk)

Chapter 2 - Silicones in Industrial Applications; pp. 61-161
(M. Andriot, S.H. Chao, A. Colas, S. Cray, F. de Buyl, J.V. DeGroot, A. Dupont, T. Easton, J.L. Garaud, E. Gerlach, F. Gubbels, M. Jungk, S. Leadley, J.P. Lecomte, B. Lenoble, R. Meeks, A. Mountney, G. Shearer, S. Stassen, C. Stevens, X. Thomas and A.T. Wolf)

Chapter 3 - Polysiloxanes as Templates and Building Blocks in Nanostructured Materials; pp. 163-189
(Guido Kickelbick)

Chapter 4 - Photochemistry of Polysiloxanes; pp. 191-215
(Frederic Cazaux and Xavier Coqueret)

Chapter 5 - Polysilanes; pp. 217-307
(Julian Koe)

Chapter 6 - Polycarbosilanes; pp. 309-370
(Wolfram Uhlig)

Chapter 7 - Polysilazanes; pp. 371-413
(Markus Weinmann)

Chapter 8 - Polyferrocenylsilane-Based Polymer Systems; pp. 415-480
(Vasilios Bellas and Matthias Rehahn)

Chapter 9 - Poly(Alkoxyphosphazenes) Containing Linear Hydrocarbons, Alkyl Ethers, and Fluorocarbons: Chemistry and Thermal Properties; pp. 481-514
(Frederick F. Stewart and Eric S. Peterson)

Chapter 10 - Poly(Aryloxyphosphazene)s; pp. 515-581
(Roger De Jaeger and Mario Gleria)

Chapter 11 - Amino-Substituted Polyphosphazenes; pp. 583-608
(Mario Carenza and Silvano Lora)

Chapter 12 - Poly(Organophosphazenes) and Metals; pp. 609-662
(Mario Gleria, Giovanni Vitulli, Paolo Pertici, Giacomo Facchin and Roberta Bertani)

Chapter 13 - Recent Advances in Solid-State NMR of Inorganic Polymeric Phosphate Materials; pp. 663-710
(Gregory Tricot, Lionel Montagne, Laurent Delevoye and Gerard Palavit)

Chapter 14 - Polygermanes and Polystannanes; pp. 711-743
(Mitsutoshi Okano)

Chapter 15 - Flame Retardant and Intumescent Properties of Inorganic Polymers; pp. 745-766
(Serge Bourbigot)

Chapter 16 - Proton Conducing Organo-Inorganic Polymers and Materials; pp. 767-786
(Enzo Montoneri and Vittorio Boffa)

Chapter 17 - Chiral Inorganic Polymers; pp. 787-807
(Gabino A. Carriedo and F.J. Garcia Alonso)

Chapter 18 - Phosphorus-Containing Dendrimers. Synthesis, Reactivity, Properties and Uses; pp. 809-854
(Anne-Marie Caminade and Jean-Pierre Majoral)

Chapter 19 - Luminescent Dendrimers based on Metal Complexes;
pp. 855-893
(Vincenzo Balzani, Alberto Juris, Fausto Puntoriero and Sebastiano Campagna)

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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 1-60021-656-0
   Status: AV
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