By Yoshiki Chujo
Edited and authored via most sensible foreign specialists, this primary booklet on conjugated polymers with a spotlight on synthesis presents an in depth review of all sleek man made equipment for those hugely attention-grabbing compounds. As such, it describes each very important compound classification, together with polysilanes, organoboron compounds, and ferrocene-containing conjugated polymers. An integral resource for each man made polymer chemist.Content:
Chapter 1 Organometallic Polycondensation for Conjugated Polymers (pages 1–33): Takakazu Yamamoto
Chapter 2 Catalyst?Transfer Condensation Polymerization for Precision Synthesis of ??Conjugated Polymers (pages 35–58): Tsutomu Yokozawa
Chapter three Regioregular and Regiosymmetric Polythiophenes (pages 59–90): Itaru Osaka and Richard D. McCullough
Chapter four sensible Hyperbranched Polymers created from Acetylenic An?Type construction Blocks (pages 91–131): Jianzhao Liu, Jacky W. Y. Lam and Ben Zhong Tang
Chapter five Through?Space Conjugated Polymers (pages 133–163): Yasuhiro Morisaki and Prof. Yoshiki Chujo
Chapter 6 absolutely Conjugated Nano?Sized Macrocycles: Syntheses and flexible houses (pages 165–194): Masayoshi Takase and Masahiko Iyoda
Chapter 7 Organoboron Conjugated Polymers (pages 195–213): Atsushi Nagai and Prof. Yoshiki Chujo
Chapter eight contemporary advancements in ??Conjugated Macromolecules with Phosphorus Atoms generally Chain (pages 215–227): Paul W. Siu and Derek P. Gates
Chapter nine Organo?Arsenic, Phosphorus, and Antimony Conjugated Polymers (pages 229–249): Kensuke Naka and Prof. Yoshiki Chujo
Chapter 10 man made concepts to Conjugated Main?Chain Metallopolymers (pages 251–287): Andreas Wild, Andreas iciness, Martin D. Hager and Ulrich S. Schubert
Chapter eleven Helical Polyacetylene ready in a Liquid Crystal box (pages 289–301): Kazuo Akagi
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