7 edition of Responsive polymer materials found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Sergiy Minko.|
|LC Classifications||R857.P6 R47 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005024440|
Publications list for Dr. Michael Serpe's lab. His research involves understanding and implications of responsive polymers. Improving electrical breakdown strength of polymer nanocomposites by tailoring hybrid-filler structure for high-voltage dielectric applications B. Li, F. Salcedo-Galan, P.I. Xidas, E. Manias, ACS Applied Nano Materials, 1, ().; High breakdown strength polymer nanocomposites based on the synergy of nanofiller orientation and crystal orientation for insulation and dielectric. pH-responsive supramolecular polymer gel as an enteric elastomer for use in gastric devices Shiyi Zhang, a Andrew M. Bellinger, a, b Dean L. Glettig, a Ross Barman, a, c Young-Ah Lucy Lee, a Jiahua Zhu, d Cody Cleveland, a Veronica A Montgomery, a Li Gu, a Landon D. Nash, e Duncan J. Maitland, e Robert Langer, a, f, * and Giovanni Cited by:
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This new book offers practical insights into the latest developments in responsive polymers, i.e., polymers engineered to alter structure and properties in response to environmental inputs. The book features original design, methodological, and application : Hardcover.
Responsive Polymer Materials: Design and Applications. Description. This new book offers practical insights into the latest developments in responsive polymers, i.e., Responsive polymer materials book engineered to alter structure and properties in response to environmental : Sergiy Minko.
This book covers recent advances in the generation and application of responsive materials and includes: Development and design of responsive membranes and materials.
Carbon nanotube membranes. Tunable separations, reactions and nanoparticle synthesis. Responsive membranes for water treatment. Pore-filled membranes for drug release. Mechanically Responsive Materials for Soft Responsive polymer materials book offers an authoritative guide to the current state of mechanically responsive materials for the development of soft robotics.
With contributions from Responsive polymer materials book international panel of experts, the book examines existing Responsive polymer materials book responsive materials such as crystals, polymers, gels, and composites that are stimulated by light. 图书Responsive Polymer Materials 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐.
This new book offers practical insights into the latest developments in responsive polymers, i.e., polymers engineered to alter structure and properties in response to environmental inputs. The book features original design, methodological, and application data.
A number of various photoresponsive polymeric materials received a great deal of attention in three book chapters (Chapters 5,8 and 9) where stimuli-responsive materials explore such mechanisms as excimer formation, mechanochromic, thermochromic, photocromic, electrooptical, and photerfractive : Sergiy Minko.
Description This book reviews the cutting-edge significant Responsive polymer materials book in the field of smart light-responsive materials based on azobenzene polymers and liquid crystals.
Emphasis is placed on the discovery of new phenomena from the past 5 years, their underlying mechanisms, new functionalities, and properties achieved through rational design. Introduction. Responsive polymers have a tremendous impact on advanced materials, as they can endow static materials with dynamic properties, including wettability Responsive polymer materials book, mechanical actuation, and mass polymers undergo irreversible or reversible changes by external stimuli (e.g., thermal, pH, photo, and electrochemistry) and further induce dynamical alteration of macro Cited by: 7.
Responsive polymer-based materials are capable of altering their chemical and/or physical properties upon exposure to external stimuli. These materials have been intensively studied over the years for a diverse range of applications, e.g., for on-demand drug delivery, tissue generation/repair, biosensing, smart coatings, and artificial muscles.
Here, we review recent advances in the areas of sensing and Cited by: Responsive polymer materials can adapt to surrounding environments, regulate transport of ions and molecules, change wettability and adhesion of Cited by: Mechanical polymer materials are described for evolution into artificial muscles, photomobile materials, bioinspired soft Responsive polymer materials book, inorganic-organic Responsive polymer materials book materials, multi-responsive composite materials, and strain sensor materials.
The application of mechanical materials to soft robots is just the beginning. "Responsive Polymers: Design and Applications will be an important resource for polymer chemists, physicists and materials scientists, and will be essential reading for all those working with medical polymers and polymers in biotechnology, electronics, coatings and optics."--Jacket.
Part one provides a detailed overview of switchable and responsive materials and surfaces, exploring thermo-responsive polymers, environmentally responsive polyelectrolytes and zwitterionic polymers, as well as peptide-based and photonic sensitive switchable materials.
With multiple cooperative functions, responsive membranes and materials have applications which range from biopharmaceutical, to drug delivery systems to water treatment. This book covers recent advances in the generation and application of responsive materials Responsive polymer materials book includes: Development and design of responsive membranes and materialsManufacturer: Wiley.
Responsive polymer materials can adapt to surrounding environments, regulate transport of ions and molecules, change wettability and adhesion of different species on external stimuli, or convert chemical and biochemical signals into optical, electrical, thermal and mechanical signals, and vice Size: 1MB.
Abstract. CO 2 -Responsive polymer materials have received enormous attention in recent years, since CO 2 as a new trigger has many advantages such as abundant availability, low cost, energy-saving, environment-friendly, non-toxic, good reversibility as well as great biocompatibility.
In this review, we first discuss the virtues. Smart Polymers and Their Applications, Second Edition presents an up-to-date resource of information on the synthesis and properties of different types of smart polymers, including temperature, pH, electro, magnetic and photo-responsive polymers, amongst others.
It is an ideal introduction to this field, as well as a review of the latest research in this area. A biomimetic pH-responsive polymer directs endosomal release and intracellular delivery of an endocytosed antibody complex. Bioconjugate Chem.
13, – (). CASCited by: About the Symposium. The International Symposium on Stimuli-Responsive Materials (ISSRM) is a non-profit professional consortium gathering scientists and engineers interested in the design, synthesis, characterization, and understanding of the physical, chemical, and applied principles of stimuli-responsive materials, biomaterials, and the development of devices.
With an emphasis on advanced medical applications and synergistic operational and technological methodologies for the improvement of polymers systems for the production of stimuli-responsive polymers, this book is essential reading for materials scientists and researchers working in the drug delivery and pharmaceutical industries.
A significant amount of academic and industrial research efforts are devoted to the encapsulation of active substances within micro- or nanocarriers. The ultimate goal of core–shell systems is the protection of the encapsulated substance from the environment, and its controlled and targeted release.
This can be accomplished by employing “stimuli-responsive” materials as constituents of Cited by: The book demonstrates how the properties of responsive polymers such as morphology, wetting behavior, adhesion, roughness, permeability, etc., can be modified to create and improve biomedical devices, chemical sensors, microfluidic devices, drug delivery systems, adhesion systems and self-regulating colloids.
This book introduces recent progress in stimuli-responsive interfaces constructed on colloidal materials such as micelles and vesicles and on solid material surfaces.
There is discussion of the effect of stimuli such as light, heat, pH, and electric field on changes in the morphology of the molecules at the interfaces and that of colloidal materials. Electrically responsive polymers as materials for “artificial muscles” Chapter in the book: They are based on polymer materials able to change dimensions and/or shapes in response to a specific external stimulus (thermal, chemical, electrical, magnetic, electro-chemical, electro.
Polymer biomaterials that possess these capabilities cannot remain static but need to be able to respond dynamically. The International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT), which was held in Singapore on June 18−23,featured a symposium on “Stimuli-sensitive and -responsive polymer biomaterials” thatCited by: 2.
Stimuli-responsive hydrogels formed by various natural and synthetic polymers are capable of showing distinctive changes in their properties with external stimuli like temperature, pH, light, ionic changes, and redox potential. Some hydrogels are developed to exhibit dual responsiveness with external stimuli such as pH and temperature.
The stimuli-responsive hydrogels find a wide variety of Author: Sudipta Chatterjee, Patrick Chi-leung Hui. How to destroy drug-resistant tumor cells remains an ongoing challenge for cancer treatment.
We herein report on a therapeutic nanoparticle, aHLP-PDA, which has an acid-activated hemolytic polymer (aHLP) grafted onto photothermal polydopamine (PDA) nanosphere via boronate ester bond, in efforts to ablate drug-resistant tumors. Upon exposure to oxidative stress and/or near-infrared laser Cited by: 5.
(1) Advanced Materialsvol. 22, issue 31 (stimuli-sensitive polymers), (2) Journal of Materials Chemistryvol. 20, issue 17 (actively moving polymers), and (3) Progress in Polymer Sciencevol. 35, issue 1–2 (stimuli-responsive materials). SRPs can be used in smart textiles and apparel , intelligent medical.
Books. Publishing Support. Hayashi N and Akita Y Development of smart polymer materials and its various applications Technical Review vol 41 (Tokyo: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd Oren R, Nysten B and Huck W T S Thermo-responsive polymer brushes with tunable collapse temperatures in the physiological range Macromolecules Smart polymers, stimuli-responsive polymers or functional polymers are high-performance polymers that change according to the environment they are in.
Such materials can be sensitive to a number of factors, such as temperature, humidity, pH, chemical compounds, the wavelength or intensity of light or an electrical or magnetic field and can respond in various ways, like altering colour or.
Our group is interested in fabricating voltage responsive ionic polymer brushes (tunable friction and hydrophobicity surfaces), polymer coated microfluidics (tunable drag), and bulk materials (tunable viscosity and modulus). This is a faster stimulus than temperature, pH, or ionic strength changes typically used to elicit polymer response.
Finally, we also describe different multi-stimuli-responsive nanostructured polymer systems. The main goal of this chapter is to serve as a guideline to inspire future researchers toward the design and synthesis of stimuli-responsive materials so that novel applications and new generations of smart materials can be by: 2.
Responsive polymer materials can adapt to surrounding environments, regulate transport of ions and molecules, change wettability and adhesion of different species on external stimuli, or convert chemical and biochemical signals into optical, electrical, thermal and mechanical signals, and vice by: Stimuli-responsive polymer systems can be defined as functional materials that show physical or chemical property changes in response to external stimuli such as temperature, radiation, chemical agents, pH, mechanical stress, and electric.
CO2-Responsive polymer materials have received enormous attention in recent years, since CO2 as a new trigger has many advantages such as abundant availability, low cost, energy-saving. of multi-stimuli responsive polymer materials is still in its infancy stage compared to the vastly investigated conventional single or dual-stimuli responsive polymer materials.
Shape memory polymer (SMP) is a stimuli-responsive material with the ability to alter a programmed shape to its original shape upon triggering of an appropriate stimulus.
For the past decades, SMP has dragged much interest in material field owing to its various and versatile applications. One archetypal SMP is polyurethane, which has a wide-ranging transition temperature for its shape recovery Author: Suman Thakur and Jinlian Hu.
Temperature-responsive polymers or thermoresponsive polymers are polymers that exhibit a drastic and discontinuous change of their physical properties with temperature. The term is commonly used when the property concerned is solubility in a given solvent, but it may also be used when other properties are responsive polymers belong to the class of stimuli-responsive materials.
Redox-responsive self-healing materials formed from host-guest polymers. Nakahata M(1), Takashima Y, Yamaguchi H, Harada A. Author information: (1)Department of Macromolecular Science, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University, Machikaneyama 1 Cited by: Responsive VS Out Of Equilibrium Materials Hello everybody, in the past years I was not addicted to advanced polymer chemistry but now I have to figure out the difference between a responsive polymer and an Out Of Equilibrium material.
Over the years, many multidisciplinary pdf have been conducted and reported optimizing the functionality of stimuli-responsive polymers and exploring new and innovative applications.
However, as shown below, original and exciting research in emerging sectors continues to drive the evolution of and interest in this class of by: 2.TY - BOOK. T1 - Download pdf Ion Effects in Thermo-Responsive Polymer Solutions. AU - Moghaddam, Saeed Zajforoushan. PY - Y1 - N2 - Stimuli-responsive polymers are macromolecules that undergo a significant change in conformation and interactions in response to an external stimulus such as temperature and addition of : Saeed Zajforoushan Moghaddam.This book serves as an excellent guide to designing and ebook novel, functional, eco-friendly stimuli-responsive interfaces and related materials.
Keywords Colloid and surface chemistry Polymer surfaces Reversible function control Stimuli-responsive interface Surfactants.