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Hydrogen bonded polymers

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Published by Springer in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymers -- Structure,
  • Hydrogen bonding,
  • Supramolecular chemistry

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementvolume editor, Wolfgang Binder ; with contributions by W.H. Binder ... [et al.].
    SeriesAdvances in polymer science -- v. 207
    ContributionsBinder, Wolfgang
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD381.9.S87 H95 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 206 p. :
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17932168M
    ISBN 103540685871
    ISBN 109783540685876
    LC Control Number2006938343


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Hydrogen Bonded Polymers. Editors; Wolfgang Binder; Book. Citations; k Downloads; Part of the Advances in Polymer Science book series (POLYMER, volume ) Log in to check access. Buy eBook. USD Instant download; Readable on all devices; Own it forever; Local sales tax included if applicable.

Series: Advances in Polymer Science () (Book ) Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Springer; edition (Ma ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewPrice: $ From the Back Cover S ummarizing our current knowledge of the topic, this book describes the roles and effects of hydrogen bonding in polymer materials by reviewing the latest developments over recent by: 2.

Summarizing our current knowledge of the topic, this book describes the roles and effects of hydrogen bonding in polymer materials by reviewing the latest developments over recent years. To this end, it discusses all relevant aspects from the fundamentals, via characterization, to properties and applications in various polymeric.

Supramolecular Polymers and Networkswith Hydrogen Bonds in the Main- and Side-Chain. Pages Binder, Wolfgang H. (et al.)Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. The third part introduces the formation of hollow and giant macrocycles directed by hydrogen bonding, while the last part summarizes hydrogen bonded supramolecular polymers.

This book is designed to bring together in a single volume the many important aspects of hydrogen bonding supramolecular chemistry and will be a valuable resource for graduates and researchers.

Hydrogen bonding can have significant effects on the physical properties of polymers, including their values of Tg or Tm, their dynamic behavior, and the crystallinity of structures. Based on the P Physical Properties of Hydrogen‐Bonded Polymers - Hydrogen Bonding in Polymeric Materials - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content.

Proton-accepting polymers can associate with proton-donating polymers via hydrogen bonding in aqueous solutions and form polymer-polymer or interpolymer complexes.

There has been an increased interest among researchers in hydrogen-bonded interpolymer complexes since the first pioneering papers were published in the early s. Part of the Advances in Polymer Science book series (POLYMER, volume ) Combining supramolecular principles with block copolymer self-assembly offers unique possibilitiesto create materials with responsive and/or tunable properties.

The present chapter focuses on supramolecularmaterials based on hydrogen bonding and (block co-) by: Assignments of bands due to hydrogen-bonded groups are made on the basis of whether the proton and oxygen in a particular OH group are both involved in hydrogen bonds (as “donors” and “acceptors”, respectively) or whether one or the other is “free” (not hydrogen-bonded).

Hydrogen is an exception to the octet rule; its nearest noble gas, helium, has only two electrons. Hydrogen nuclei form molecules with two nearby electrons, a duet rule. To show a covalent bond, two chemical symbols are put near each other with two dots, representing a pair of electrons, between them.

For example, a water molecule has one oxygenFile Size: KB. The hydrogen bond is the research subject of many scientists from different branches of science. A general review and historical survey, dating back to the beginning of 20th century, has been published by Jeffrey as a monograph: An Introduction to Hydrogen Bonding [2].

The importance of the hydrogen bond is by: The present chapter focuses on supramolecular materials based on hydrogen bonding and (block co-) polymers. Several cases will be discussed where the self-assembled nanostructured morphology can be easily tuned using composition as the natural variable.

A large body of the material reviewed concerns hydrogen-bonded side-chain (block co-) by: In book: Hydrogen Bonding in Polymeric Materials, First, pp Cite this publication Hydrogen bonding in polymer blends is a topic of great interest to polymer Author: Shiao-Wei Kuo.

Here, we report a series of hydrogen-bonded supramolecular polymers P4VP (Z -TCS) x composed of poly (4-vinyl pyridine) (P4VP) as main chain and an α-cyanostilbene derivative (Z -TCS) as side groups.

The polymers show excellent photoinduced deformation ability under UV irradiation, in terms of both bending speed and bending angle.

Supramolecular polymers and networks with hydrogen bonds in the main and side-chain / W.H. Binder, R. Zirbs --Assembly via hydrogen bonds of low molar mass compounds into supramolecular polymers / L. Bouteiller --Supramolecular materials based on hydrogen-bonded polymers / G.

ten Brinke, J. Ruokolainen, O. Ikkala --Nanocomposites based on. The quantitative relationship between polymer structure and water solubility is probably more complex than a mere molar additive rule [6,7] but, no doubt, water solubility is closely related to the content of polar groups in the polymer and to the strength of the hydrogen bonds that they are able to establish with water molecules.

Not all polar Cited by: 5. Coil–helix transition by the intramolecular hydrogen bonding between neighboring monomers, hydration of a polymer chain in aqueous media, and competition in hydrogen bonding in the mixed solvents are detailed.

Conformation of polymers. Internal coordinates of a polymer chain and its hindered rotation. Novel visible-light responsive hydrogen-bonded supramolecular polymers have been successfully constructed by using a linear molecule, which consists of two ureido-pyrimidinone (UPy) moieties connected by a photochromic ortho -tetrafluorinated azobenzene (TFAB) linker.

Polymer Physics - by Fumihiko Tanaka April their functionality, and intermolecular associative forces (hydrogen bonding, hydrophobic force, electrostatic interaction, etc.). The goal of this book is thus to present polymer physics as generally as possible, striving to maintain the appropriate balance between theoretical.

packing–27 It is crucial to manipulate both the intermolecular interactions (non- covalent bonds) and the macromolecular characteristics (rigid ladder-type back-bone) to precisely control the properties and functions of ladder polymers In the context of this challenge, hydrogen bonds have been recognized as an ideal.

This paper reports on synthesis, acid–base properties, and self-structuring in water of a chiral polyamidoamino acid, M-l-Gln, obtained from the polyaddition of N,N′-methylenebisacrylamide with l-glutamine, with the potential of establishing hydrogen bonds through its prim-amide pendants.

The M-l-Gln showed pH-responsive circular dichroism spectra, revealing ordered. Units of 2-ureidopyrimidone that dimerize strongly in a self-complementary array of four cooperative hydrogen bonds were used as the associating end group in reversible self-assembling polymer systems.

The unidirectional design of the binding sites prevents uncontrolled multidirectional association or gelation. Linear polymers and reversible networks Cited by: Synthesis of Polymers Prof. Paula Hammond Lecture Macromolecular Systems via Secondary Bonding: Use of Hydrogen Bonding and Ionic Charge to Build Structures.

Concept of Self-Assembly: From Primary Structure to Complex Structure. This lecture presented material covered in the following journal articles and Size: 34KB. proteins: Hydrogen bonds result in protein folding, which helps the molecule maintain stability and assume a functional configuration.

polymers: Polymers that contain carbonyl or amide groups can form hydrogen bonds. Examples include urea and polyurethane and the natural polymer cellulose. Hydrogen bonding in these molecules increases their. Hydrogen bond or hydrogen bonding is a type of weak force that results in the formation of dipole-dipole interaction between a hydrogen atom and an electronegative atom that is strongly bonded to another electronegative atom.

The bond or bonds are mostly strong in comparison to normal dipole-dipole and dispersion forces. A polymer is a large molecule a.

made up of long chains of atoms held together by hydrogen bonds b. made up of long chains of atoms covalently bonded together c. made up of a large lattice structure held together by ionic bonds d.

always made up of identical monomer units. A polymer (/ ˈ p ɒ l ɪ m ər /; Greek poly- "many" + -mer, "part") is a large molecule, or macromolecule, composed of many repeated subunits. Due to their broad range of properties, both synthetic and natural polymers play essential and ubiquitous roles in everyday life.

Polymers range from familiar synthetic plastics such as polystyrene to natural biopolymers. The paper contributes to the characterization and understanding the mutual interactions of the polar polymer gate dielectric and organic semiconductor in organic field effect transistors (OFETs).

It has been shown on the example of cyanoethylated polyvinylalcohol (CEPVA), the high-k dielectric containing strong polar side groups, that the conditions during dielectric layer. Figure Possible hydrogen-bonded structure for crystallites of ny an amide-type polymer of hexanedioic acid and 1,6-hexanediamine.

The effect of temperature on the physical properties of polymers is very important to their practical uses. The right mix of hydrogen bonds in polymer and cement composites is critical to making strong, tough and ductile infrastructure material, according to researchers at Rice University who want to mimic the mechanics of mother-of-pearl and similar natural composites with synthetic materials.

A) Carbon has the capacity to form polar covalent bonds with hydrogen Because of the unique properties of water associated with hydrogen bonding, water evaporates from pores on the leaves of plants and draws up water molecules in a continuous chain from the roots up through the vascular tissues of plants.

title = "{"}Supramolecular polymers based on quadruple hydrogen bonds{"}", abstract = "Novel syntheses of quadruply hydrogen-bonded Supramolecular alternating and graft copolymers based on ureidopyrimidinone (Upy) and 2,7-diamide-1,8- naphthyridine (Napy) heterodimerization (ADDA-DAAD motif) will be : Haruki Ohkawa, Rint P.

Sijbesma, E. Meijer, Hiroyuki Nishide. * How hydrogen bonding changes in region between cm-1 and cm * How the FTIR band assignments of hydrogen bonded water, clustered water and London Dispersion Forces changes.

Hydrogen Bonding; Contributors; The intermolecular forces for polymers are the same as for small molecules. Because polymer molecules are so large, though, the magnitude of their intermolecular forces can vastly exceed those between small molecules. Most polymers consist of long molecular chains made up of many units connected by covalent bonds — but supramolecular polymers are different.

The strikingly dynamic properties of these materials Cited by: Bond formation at the interface is obtained by functionalisation of the polymer surface to make acid-base reactions with the metallic oxide (mainly hydrogen bonding with alumina).

However, common practice shows that the main resistance to delamination stems from dissipation processes in theCited by: 6. Ionic Bonds, Covalent Bonds, and Polymers An attraction between atoms that allows chemical substances to form is commonly referred to as a chemical bond.

Two of the most common types of chemical bonds are ionic bonds and covalent bonds. Both ionic and covalent bonds can be mixed together in order to form mixtures and compounds. Each water molecule can form hydrogen bonds through its two H atoms to two other water molecules, producing a network in which hydrogen bonds are being continually broken and formed (Panelpp.

It is only because of the hydrogen bonds that link water molecules together that water is a liquid at room temperature, with a high Cited by: 4.

Figure A hydrogen bond in water occurs between the hydrogen atom of one water molecule and the lone pair of electrons on an oxygen atom of a neighboring water molecule. (CC BY-NC; CK) A hydrogen bond is an intermolecular attractive force in which a hydrogen atom that is covalently bonded to a small, highly electronegative atom is.

A molecular theory to study the properties of end tethered polymer layers, in which the polymers have the ability to form hydrogen bonds with water is presented. The approach combines the ideas of the single-chain mean-field theory to treat tethered layers with the approach of Dormidontova (Macromolecules, 35,) to include hydrogen by: Two types of hydrogen bonds, i.e.

PVA–PMMA hydrogen bonds and PVA–PVA hydrogen bonds, are analyzed and their effects on various structural and thermal properties are systematically investigated. These results are expected to provide new physical insights for interface engineering to achieve tunable thermal management and energy efficiency Cited by: 6.Polymer chemistry.

In the context of polymers, "dimer" also refers to the degree of polymerization 2, regardless of the stoichiometry or condensation reactions. This is applicable to example, cellobiose is a dimer of glucose, even though the formation reaction produces water: 2C 6 H 12 O 6 → C 12 H 22 O 11 + H 2 O.

Here, the dimer has a .