Hypercrosslinked Polymeric Networks and Adsorbing Materials, Vol 56. Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry

  • ID: 1766307
  • Book
  • 672 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Hypercrosslinked network polymers present a new class of polymeric materials with very wide application possibilities, including adsorption technology, ion exchange, HPLC, analytical chemistry, nanotechnology (nanocomposites), medical polymers

  • First book describing the theory, practice of preparation and use of polymeric adsorbing materials with the emphasis on new hypercrosslinked polystyrene-type polymers
  • Written by the originators of the concept of hypercrosslinked polymers
  • Complex phenomena are explained by appealing to common sense, analogies and well-known effects, rather than complex mathematical treatment and computer modelling
  • Reviews many Russian, German and even Czech language publications
  • Contains numerous experimental data in the form of Figures and Tables   
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Introduction PART I.  KNOWN TYPES OF POLYSTYRENE NETWORKS 1. Gel-type (homogeneous) polystyrene networks         2. Interpenetrating polystyrene networks          3. Macroporous (heterogeneous) polystyrene networks      4. Gigaporous polymeric separating media 5. Isoporous anion exchange resins PART II.  HYPERCROSSLINKED POLYSTYRENE NETWORKS 6. Preparation of macronet isoporous and hypercrosslinked polystyrene networks 7. Properties of hypercrosslinked polystyrene 8. Soluble intramolecularly hypercrosslinked nanosponges 9. Hypercrosslinked polymers
a novel class of polymeric materials PART III.  APPLICATION OF HYPERCROSSLINKED POLYSTYRENE ADSORBING MATERIALS 10. Sorption of gases and organic vapors 11. Sorption of organic compounds from aqueous solutions 12. Nanoporous adsorbing materials in size-exclusion chromatography of mineral electrolytes 13. Hypercrosslinked polystyrene as column packing materal in hplc 14. Solid-phase extraction of organic contaminants with hypercrosslinked sorbents 15. Hypercrosslinked polystyrene as hemosorbents 16. Hypercrosslinked ion exchange resins 17. Other applications of hypercrosslinked polystyrene

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Davankov, Vadim
Tsyurupa, Maria P.
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