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Functionalization of Polyolefins

by T. C. Mike Chung

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


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Number of Pages240
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ISBN 100121746518
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Functionalization of polymers is a useful methodology for the generation of new materials with wide ranging applications, and this tutorial review describes both new and established methods for the post-polymerization modification of polyolefins. You have access to this article Please wait while we load your content. Handbook of Polyolefins - CRC Press Book. A handbook on polyolefins. This second edition includes new material on the structure, morphology and properties of polyolefin (PO) synthesis. It focuses on synthetic advances, the use of additives, special coverage of PO blends, composites and fibres, and surface treatments.

The functionalization of polyolefins is a useful methodology to chemically convert these extremely important commodities into value-added polymers by . 2 1 Introduction to Polyolefins commonly used α-olefins are 1-butene, 1-hexene, and are used to decrease the density and crystallinity of the polyolefin, changing its physical properties and applications. Industrial polypropylene resins are mostly isotacticFile Size: KB.

Biaxial-oriented polypropylene (BOPP) thin films are currently used as dielectrics in state-of-the-art capacitors that show many advantages, such as low energy loss and high breakdown strength, but a limited energy density ( MV/m. The PP-OH dielectric demonstrates a linear reversible charge storage behavior with high releasing energy density > 7 J/cm3 (2 - 3 times of BOPP) Cited by: Cross Metathesis Functionalization of Polyolefins Robert T. Mathers and Geoffrey W. Coates* Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Baker Laboratory, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, , USA. E-mail: [email protected]; Tel: +1 SUPPORTING INFORMATION Characterization.


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Functionalization of Polyolefins by T. C. Mike Chung Download PDF EPUB FB2

Functionalization of Polyolefins is the first book to summarize the significant experimental results on the functionalization of polyolefins and classify them into several chemical methods (shown in each chapter of this book).

The book also provides an update on the functional polyolefin materials available today.5/5(1). Functionalization of Polyolefins is the first book to summarize the significant experimental results on the functionalization of polyolefins and classify them into several chemical methods (shown in each chapter of this book).

The book also provides an update on the functional Functionalization of Polyolefins book materials available s: 1. Functionalization of Polyolefins is the first book to summarize the significant experimental results on the functionalization of polyolefins and classify them into several chemical methods (shown in each chapter of this book).

The book also provides an update on the functional polyolefin materials available today. Covers polyolefin/polyolefin blends and polyolefin/non-polyolefin blends * Discusses miscibility, phase behavior, functionalization, compatibilization, microstructure, crystallization, hierarchical morphology, and physical and mechanical properties He has written refereed papers and book chapters, holds four patents, and coedited Liquid.

Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction General Functionalization Approaches Functionalized Polyolefins through Metallocene Catalysis Compatibilization of Polyolefin Composites Author: Ulla Hippi, Noora Ristolainen, Barbro Löfgren, Jukka Seppälä.

Functionalization addresses a property gap of polyolefins and opens new perspectives due to improved surface properties in applications like composites (e.g., glass fiber reinforced polypropylene).

The definitive reference on the properties and applications of polyolefin blends Polyolefins account for more than half of total plastics consumption in the world. In recent years, usage of and research on polyolefin blends have increased significantly due to new applications in medicine, packaging, and other fields and the development of novel polyolefins.

With a special. This chapter discusses our research into the functionalization of polyolefins (PE, PP etc.) that contain polar groups (such as OH and NH 2) in the side chains and chain end, as well as polyolefin graft and block copolymers containing both a polyolefin block and functional polymer blocks (acrylic and methacrylate polymers).Cited by: 8.

NOVEL FUNCTIONALIZED POLYOLEFINS AS COMPATIBILIZERS IN POLYOLEFIN/POLYAMIDE 6 BLENDS polyolefins and elastomers to produce new compatibilizers for polymer blends. Effects U., Vocke, C., and Seppälä, J., Functionalization of polyolefins and elastomers with an oxazoline compound, J.

Appl. Polym. Sci. 72, For introduction of more reactive functionality (terminal olefin) into the side chain for the efficient functionalization process under mild conditions, use of nonconjugateddiene like 1,5-hexadiene (HD) for synthesis of functionalized polyolefin by the favored repeated HD insertion has been considered [33] [34], although most of the reported Cited by: 4.

Functionalization of polyolefins by t.c. chung Polyolefins are the most widely used commercial polymers and their functionalization has been a long standing scientific challenge and an industrially important area.

Polyolefins with vinyl end groups can be readily transformed into end-functionalized polyolefins by post-polymerization functionalization to yield a wide variety of end-functionalized polyolefins, which include epoxy- amine- and hydroxy-terminated polyolefins.

Functionalization of polyolefins. [T C Chung] -- Summarizes the significant experimental results on the functionalization of polyolefins and classifies them into several chemical methods.

This book also provides information on the functional. Functionalization of polyolefins: determination of the structure of functional groups attached to polyethylene by free radical reactions.

Mauro Aglietto; Cited by: Functionalization of Polymer Nanoparticles by Thiol−Ene Addition. Macromolecules43 (19), DOI: /maw. Functionalization of Polyolefins is the first book to summarize the significant experimental results on the functionalization of polyolefins and classify them into several chemical methods (shown in each chapter of this book).

The book also provides an update on the functional polyolefin materials available : Daniela Solomon. A direct functionalization of polyolefins for blend compatibilization by an insertion of 1,1-bis (phenylsulfonyl)ethylene (BPSE) †.

Christopher M. Plummer,a Houbo Zhou,a Sihan Li,a Hai Zhong,a Ziyang Sun,a Chantsalnyam Bariashir,b Wen-Hua Sun, b Huahua Huang, a Lixin Liu a and Yongming Chen *a.

Author : Christopher M. Plummer, Houbo Zhou, Sihan Li, Hai Zhong, Ziyang Sun, Chantsalnyam Bariashir, Wen-Hua. The fundamental understanding of the elementary steps in amidyl radical-mediated polyolefin functionalization provided herein reveals key structure–reactivity relationships for the design of improved reagents, while the demonstration of chemoselective and scalable iPP functionalization to realize a material with improved adhesion properties indicates the translational potential of Cited by: 1.

Functionalization, Compatibilization and Properties of Polyolefin Composites with Natural Fibers by Mariano Pracella 1,*, Md. Minhaz-Ul Haque 2 and Vera Alvarez 3 1Cited by: Polyolefin Development and l Approaches in Functionalization of Polymerization of B- and Si-containing Polymerization of O- N- and Cl-containing onalization by Post-polymerization onalization via Reactive Polyolefins.

This symposium covered both scientific and technological aspects of polyolefin, which included four sections: CatalystIPolymerization, Functionalization of Polyolefins, Blends of Polyolefins with Other Polymers, and Applications.

More than 50 papers, including 20 foreign contributions, were presented during three and a half days of meetings.Functionalization of polymers is a useful methodology for the generation of new materials with wide ranging applications, and this tutorial review describes both new and established methods for the post-polymerization modification of polyolefins.

You have access to this article Please wait while we load your content Cited by: Silyl Functionalization of Polyolefins. Book.

Jan ; François Ganachaud traditional polyolefin functionalization via free radical- and carbocation-mediated .