Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers by Ronald D. Archer

By Ronald D. Archer

Inorganic polymers include parts except carbon as a part of their important spine constitution and are recognized to show a variety of composition and constitution. Emphasizing actual homes, chemical synthesis, and characterization of inorganic polymers, Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers provides worthy and informative assurance of the field.With quite a few examples of real-world useful functions and end-of-chapter workouts, Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers is appropriate to be used as a textual content in exact issues in natural and polymer chemistry classes. The booklet positive aspects invaluable sections on: * category schemes for inorganic polymers * Synthesis of inorganic polymers, together with step-growth syntheses, chain polymerizations, ring-opening polymerizations, and reductive coupling reactions * functional inorganic polymer chemistry subject matters comparable to polymer elastomers, dental and scientific polymers, lubricants, lithographic resists, pre-ceramics, and extra

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Pittman, C. , Carraher, C. , Reynolds, J. R. in Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Engineering; Kroschwitz, J. , Mark, H. , Bikales, N. , Overberger, C. G. , John Wiley and Sons: NY, 1987; Vol. 10, pp 541–594. 16. Sheats, J. , Carraher, C. , Pittman, C. , Culbertson, B. M. in Metal-Containing Polymeric Materials; Pittman, C. , Carraher, C. , Sheats, J. E. and Culbertson, B. , Plenum Press: NY, 1996, pp 3–37. 17. , Manners, I. Chem. Rev. 1999, 99, 1515. 18. Mark, J. E. , H. , West, R. in Inorganic Polymers; Mark, J.

One example was noted in Chapter 1 (Fig. 12) and more are noted in this chapter. 3. Octahedral coordination centers consisting of a metal ion surrounded by three bidentate ligands can also be used to produce soluble polymers (see Fig. 5). 4. Strong solvent interactions with metal coordination centers also aid in the solubility of metal-containing polymers. For example, [UO2 (O2 CCHDCHCO2 )(DMSO)2 ]n with a number-average molecular mass (M N ) of 10,000 is soluble in nucleophilic organic solvents such as DMSO and N-methylpyrrolidone (NMP) (7).

2. 2a? 3. 2b if connectivity is defined as the number of atoms linking manganese with the polymer chain? 4. 2b if connectivity is defined as the number of electron pair bonds linking manganese with the polymer chain? 5. 23b. 6. 8a are surrounded by four nitrogen donors and the mercury ions by four sulfur donors. Use the hard-soft acidbase concept to explain this. 7. Using either Pittman review (3, 15) or the more recent Rehahn article (13), find at least two main group and two transition metal-containing polymers that can be classed as one-dimensional that are not given in this chapter.

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