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Transformations of functional groups on polymers
IUPAC Microsymposium on Macromolecules Prague 1973.
|Statement||13th Prague IUPAC Microsymposium on Macromolecules, held under the auspices of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, and the Czechoslovak Chemical Society, Prague, August 27-30, 1973 ; edited by C. G. Overberger and B. Sedláček.|
|Series||Polymer symposia ;, no. 47, Journal of polymer science, Journal of polymer science (New York, 1972- ), Journal of polymer science., no. 47.|
|Contributions||Overberger, C. G. 1920-, Sedláček, B., International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry., Československá akademie věd., Československá společnost chemická.|
|LC Classifications||QD471 .J644 no. 47, QD281.P6 .J644 no. 47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 380 p. :|
|Number of Pages||380|
|LC Control Number||75306459|
This practical, well-organized reference delves deeply into functional group transformations, to provide all the detailed information that researchers need. Topics are organized into the following sections: oxidation, reduction, asymmetric synthesis, and functional group manipulations Each section includes a description of the functional group transformation, the historical perspective. Definitions of terms relating to reactions of polymers and to functional polymeric materials (IUPAC Recommendations ) Abstract: The document defines the terms most commonly encountered in the field of polymer reactions and functional polymers. The scope has been limited to terms that are specific to polymer systems.
In chemistry, functionality is the presence of functional groups in a organic chemistry (and other fields of chemistry) functionality of a molecule has a decisive influence on its reactivity. In polymer chemistry the functionality of a monomer means its number of polymerizable groups, and affects the formation and the degree of crosslinking of polymers. Different types of polymers are produced when the hydrogen atoms are substituted for other atoms or molecules, called functional of the most common engineering plastics is polyvinyl chloride, PVC. The structure of PVC consists of a chlorine, Cl, atom on every second monomer in the molecular it is considered that PVC is a hard rigid plastic used for pipes and guttering.
In terms of technical applications, functional polymers are important, for example in the fields of optics, electronics or catalysis. They are also widely used for analytical devices, (e.g. columns for chromatography), for membranes and in the solid phase synthesis of peptides and by: 1. – Functional Group – portion of a compound that has a characteristic arrangement of atoms and characteristic properties and reactivity. • Functional Groups are the key to understanding organic chemistry! Functional Group Formula Structure Properties Alkane C-C and C-H single bonds Alkene R2-CCC=C-R2 Alkyne R-C C-R' Alcohol R-OHFile Size: KB.
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Chemical Transformations of Polymers provides information pertinent to the fundamental structure and aspects of the chemical transformation of polymers. This book examines several experiments for the chemical transformation of polymers, which start from the assumption that the reactivity of a functional group in a macromolecule has to be similar as one in a low molecular compound.
Get this from a library. Transformations of functional groups on polymers: [papers]. [C G Overberger; B Sedláček; International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.; Československá akademie věd.; Československá společnost chemická.;]. Chemical Transformations of Polymers provides information pertinent to the fundamental structure and aspects of the chemical transformation of polymers.
This book examines several experiments for the chemical transformation of polymers, which start from the assumption that the reactivity of a functional group in a macromolecule has to be similar as one in a low molecular Book Edition: 1.
Although every organic chemist may be familiar with different aspects of silylation for the protection of functional groups, this book covers the concept of protection while simultaneously silylating-activating various functional groups, such as amides and ureas.
Abstract. Functional groups can occur in polymers over a wide range of concentration, ranging from a few parts per million, as occurs for example in the case of end-groups, or micro-unsaturation functional groups to the percentage : T.
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In contrast to their well-known use in protecting groups, applications of silyl functional groups in activation, as leaving groups and as pseudohalides seem to remain in the shadows.
Incorporation of Functional Groups into Polymers Introduction Direct polymerization of functional monomers Post-polymerization modification of monomer units Use of functional ATRP initiators End-group transformation chemistry Molecules with Specific Architecture Densely grafted linear copolymers.
starts growing as functional groups, and to classify the grafting itself as a chemical transformation of these groups. Moreover, the nature of grafting consists rather in the addition of a new polymer than in a functional trans-formation of the original polymer.
I shall here make a marginal remark about the transformations of polymers. Comprehensive Organic Functional Group Transformations II (COFGT-II) will provide the first point of entry to the literature for all scientists interested in chemical transformations.
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Characterization prior to further functionalization. Silicon-Mediated Transformations of Functional Groups Prof. Helmut Vorbruggen(auth.) In the first work to comprehensively cover this all-important topic, the recognized expert Helmut Vorbrggen provides both organic and bioorganic chemists with much new and valuable information for preparative synthesis.
Silicon-mediated Transformations of Functional Groups 1. Aufl. Although every organic chemist may be familiar with different aspects of silylation for the protection of functional groups, this book covers the concept of protection while simultaneously silylating-activating various functional groups, such as amides and ureas.
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By this we mean that the reactions of compounds and, to some extent, their physical properties are influenced profoundly by the nature of the functional groups present. Indeed, many organic reactions involve transformations of the functional group that do not affect the rest of the molecule.
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The formation of the functional group and the reactions, transformations and rearrangements which the. The primary experimental method used to identify functional groups in polymers is Infrared Spectroscopy (IR). This technique is described in Chapter SKELETON STRUCTURES Simplified or "skeleton" structures can be used to emphasize the functional groups.
Carbon-carbon bonds of the framework are represented by line segments. Each vertex is theFile Size: KB. Sections 2 and 3 deal with the terminology of reactive and functional polymers.
The term "functional polymer" has two meanings: (A) a polymer bearing functional groups (such as hydroxy, carboxy, or amino groups) which make the polymer reactive, (B) a polymer performing a specific function for which it is produced and used.
A survey of important transformations that are representative of the whole range of functional groups. This comprehensive reference delves into the details of name reactions that are important to researchers.
It presents an up-to-date account of forty-seven major classes of functional group transformations and also serves to interconnect Range: $ - $ In the case of polymers, the functional groups are generally attached to the nonpolar core of the carbon atoms in each repeating unit of the corresponding polymer, infusing the carbon chain with specific chemical characteristics.
Some functional groups have an ionic charge on them, as observed in carboxylate salts containing the -COO – ionic. Accessibility of functional groups is an important concept in the mixing of polymers and involves factors such as chain connectivity, steric shielding, etc., all of which tend to limit the number of interchain contacts formed.
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