Ion Beam Treatment of Polymers, Second Edition presents the results of polymer investigations and technique development in the field of polymer modification by high-energy ion beams. It shows how to use ion beam equipment in the polymer industry, as well as how to use it to produce new polymer materials. The authors, scientists and researchers active in the field, provide analysis and data from their work, and give an overview of related work by others. The authors focus on wetting, adhesion, hardness, chemical activity, environmental stability, biocompatibility, new synthesis methods, and space flight construction.
The technologies of material modification by a beam of high energy ions have wide applications in different fields, from microelectronics to medicine. Historically, ion beam treatment of polymers had fewer applications due to high costs of ion beam equipment and low costs of polymer materials. The modern development of new pulse sources with a high current density and wide ion beams increase the effectiveness of ion beam technology for polymers.
- Collates data from many scientists working in polymer chemistry, physics of ion beam implantation, and in development and production of ion beam equipment
- Covers industrial and scientific applications of ion beam implanted polymers
- Integrates physical and chemical aspects of the processes in polymers treated by ion beams
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2. Sources for ion beam treatment
3. Interaction of ion beam with polymer: Chemical picture
4. Structure of polymers after ion beam treatment
8. Ion beam synthesis
9. Biological and medical applications
10. Protection in aggressive environment
11. Polymerisation of liquid polymer matrix in free space environment
Dr. Kondyurin is Honorary Senior Researcher, at the School of Physics, University of Sydney, Australia. His previous posts include Professor at the Institute of Mechanics, Perm State University, Russia, and Researcher at the Helmholtz Rossendorf Nuclear Center, Dresden, Germany. Dr. Kondyurin has over 200 scientific publications to his name, including 6 published books, and holds 6 patents. He has extensive experience working on projects funded by governmental or industry bodies, receiving the Astronautic Association Award "Medal of Achievements in Astronautics' in 2008, and the Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship in 2001.
Dr. Kondyurin is a Chartered Member of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI), a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS), and a member of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE). He has also been guest editor for the Advanced Space Research Journal, and editor of a special issue 'Energetic Materials and Processes' for the Materials journal.
Dr. Kondyurin's main research interests are the design, synthesis and characterization of advanced polymer materials, spectroscopy usage and techniques, plasma and ion beam implantation methods, surface analysis, and mechanical analysis.