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Hybrid Materials. Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications

  • ID: 4471631
  • Book
  • 540 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Retaining the proven concept, this new edition of the well–received reference has been updated and expanded with 20% additional material to reflect new developments and such hot topics as nanocarbon hybrid materials.

The book is divided into three sections, starting with an introductory chapter that describes basic chemical principles as well as the characterization of hybrid materials. The second part provides an overview of specific types of hybrid materials, including nanocomposites and nanoparticles, natural and artificial hybrid materials, as well as porous hybrid materials. The final section then discusses various applications of hybrid materials, including medical, optical, electronic and electrochemical uses.

With its combination of theory and examples taken from real–life applications, this will appeal to newcomers to the field as well as specialized researchers.

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INTRODUCTION TO HYBRID MATERIALS

Introduction

Synthetic Strategies towards Hybrid Materials

Crystalline Hybrids

Nanocomposite Components

Structural Engineering

Properties and Applications

Characterization of Materials

Summary

NANOCOMPOSITES OF POLYMERS AND INORGANIC PARTICLES

Introduction

Consequences of Very Small Particle sizes

Historical Reports on Inorganic Nanoparticles and Polymer Nanocomposites

Preparation of Polymer Nanocomposites

Properties and Applications of Polymer Nanocomposites

Summary

HYBRID ORGANIC/INORGANIC PARTICLES

Introduction

Methods for Creating Particles

Hybrid Nanoparticles Obtained Through Self–assembly Techniques

O/I Nanoparticles Obtained by in Situ Polymerization Techniques

Hybrid Particles Obtained by Simultaneously Reacting Organic Monomers and Mineral Precursors

Conclusion

INTERCALATION COMPOUNDS AND CLAY NANOCOMPOSITES

Introduction

Polymer Lamellar Material Nanocomposites

Nanostructures and Characterization

Preparation of Polymer–clay Nanocomposites

Non–Montmorillonite Nanocomposites

Properties of Polymer Nanocomposites

Applications of Nanocomposites

Conclusion and Prospects for the Future

NANOCARBON HYBRID MATERIALS (OR HYBRIDS WITH NANOCARBONS)

General Introduction

Nanocarbon Building Blocks

Synthesis Routes towards Nanocarbon Hybrids

Synergistic Effects

Applications of Nanocarbon Hybrids

Challenges and Outlook

POROUS HYBRID MATERIALS

General Introduction and Historical Development

General Routes towards Hybrid Materials

Classification of Porous Hybrid Materials by the Type of Interaction

Applications and Properties of Porous Hybrid Materials

SOL–GEL PROCESSING OF HYBRID ORGANIC–INORGANIC MATERIALS BASED ON POLYSILSESQUIOXANES

Introduction

Forming Polysilsesquioxanes

Type I Structures: Polyhedral Oligosilsesquioxanes (POSS)

Type II Structures: Amorphous Oligo– and Polysilsesquioxanes

Type III: Bridged Polysilsesquioxanes

Summary

NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL HYBRID BIOMATERIALS

Introduction

Building Blocks

Biomineralization

Bioinspired Hybrid Materials

Responses

Summary

MEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF HYBRID MATERIALS

Introduction

Bioactive Inorganic–Organic Hybrids

Surface Modifications for Biocompatible Materials

Porous Hybrids for Tissue Engineering Scaffolds and Bioreactors

Chitosan–based Hybrids for Drug Delivery Systems

Summary

HYBRID MATERIALS FOR OPTICAL APPLICATIONS

Introduction

Synthesis Strategy for Optical Applications

Hybrids for Coatings

Hybrids for Light–emitting Sources

Hybrids for Biomedicine

Hybrids for Photochromic and Photovoltaic Devices

Hybrids for Integrated Optics

Summary

ELECTRONIC AND ELECTROCHEMICAL APPLICATIONS OF HYBRID MATERIALS

Introduction

Historical Background

Fundamental Mechanisms of Conductivity in Hybrid Materials

Explanation of the Different Materials

Special Analytical Techniques

Applications

Summary

INORGANIC/ORGANIC HYBRID COATINGS

General Introduction to Commodity Organic Coatings

General Formation of Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Coatings

Alkyds and Other Polyester Coatings

Polyurethane and Polyurea Coatings

Radiation Curable Coatings

Applications

Summary

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