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Syndiotactic Polystyrene: Synthesis, Characterization, Processing, and Applications

ISBN/ASIN: 9780470286883,9780470557006 | 2009 | English | pdf | 469/469 pages | 18.2 Mb

Syndiotactic Polystyrene (SPS), synthesized in a laboratory for the first time in 1985, has become commercialized in a very short time, with wide acceptance on the global plastics market. Written by leading experts from academia and industry from all over the world, Syndiotactic Polystyrene offers a comprehensive review of all aspects of SPS of interest to both science and industry, from preparation and properties to applications.
This essential reference to SPS covers:
The preparation of syndiotactic polystyrene by half-metallocenes and other transition metal catalysts
The structure and fundamental properties, especially morphology and crystallization and solution behavior
The commercial process for SPS manufacturing
Properties, processing, and applications of syndiotactic polystyrenes
Polymers based on syndiotactic polystyrenes, for example, by functionalization and modification, and nanocomposites
Ideal for polymer chemists, physicists, plastics engineers, materials scientists, and all those dealing with plastics manufacturing and processing, this important resource provides the information one needs to compare, select, and integrate an appropriate materials solution for industrial use or research.Content:
Chapter 1 Historical Overview and Commercialization of Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 1–13): Michael Malanga, Osamu Isogai, Takeshi Yamada, Shigeo Iwasaki and Masahiko Kuramoto
Chapter 2 Transition Metal Catalysts for Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 15–31): Norio Tomotsu, Thomas H. Newman, Mizutomo Takeuchi, Richard Campbell and Jurgen Schellenberg
Chapter 3 Cocatalysts for the Syndiospecific Styrene Polymerization (pages 32–41): Norio Tomotsu, Hiroshi Maezawa and Thomas H. Newman
Chapter 4 Mechanisms for Stereochemical Control in the Syndiotactic Polymerization of Styrene (pages 42–59): Norio Tomotsu, Thomas H. Newman and Richard Campbell
Chapter 5 Copolymerization of Ethylene with Styrene: Design of Efficient Transition Metal Complex Catalysts (pages 60–91): Kotohiro Nomura
Chapter 6 Structure and Properties of Tetrabenzo[a,c,g,i]Fluorenyl?Based Titanium Catalysts (pages 92–124): Rudiger Beckhaus, Kai Schroder and Jurgen Schellenberg
Chapter 7 Rare?Earth Metal Complexes as Catalysts for Syndiospecific Styrene Polymerization (pages 125–139): Klaus Beckerle and Jun Okuda
Chapter 8 Syndiospecific Styrene Polymerization with Heterogenized Transition Metal Catalysts (pages 140–154): Kyu Yong Choi
Chapter 9 Structure, Morphology, and Crystallization Behavior of Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 155–193): Andrea Sorrentino and Vittoria Vittoria
Chapter 10 Preparation, Structure, Properties, and Applications of Co?Crystals and Nanoporous Crystalline Phases of Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 194–237): Gaetano Guerra, Alexandra Romina Albunia and Concetta D'Aniello
Chapter 11 Crystallization Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 238–251): Tomoaki Takebe and Komei Yamasaki
Chapter 12 Processes for the Production of Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 253–265): Masao Aida, David Habermann, Hans?Joachim Leder and Jurgen Schellenberg
Chapter 13 Properties of Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 267–289): Tomoaki Takebe, Komei Yamasaki, Keisuke Funaki and Michael Malanga
Chapter 14 Melt Processing of Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 290–320): David Bank, Kevin Nichols, Harold Fowler, Jason Reese and Gerry Billovits
Chapter 15 Applications of Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 321–337): Tom Fiola, Akihiko Okada, Masami Mihara and Kevin Nichols
Chapter 16 Blends of Syndiotactic Polystyrene with Polyamide (pages 338–359): Kevin Nichols, Akihiko Okada and Hiroki Fukui
Chapter 17 Blends of Syndiotactic Polystyrene with Polystyrenes (pages 360–370): Tomoaki Takebe, Komei Yamasaki, Akihiko Okada and Takuma Aoyama
Chapter 18 Compatibilizers for Impact?Modified Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 371–393): Tomoaki Takebe, Akihiko Okada and Nobuyuki Sato
Chapter 19 Functionalization and Block/Graft Reactions of Syndiotactic Polystyrene Using Borane Comonomers and Chain Transfer Agents (pages 395–416): T. C. Mike Chung
Chapter 20 Nanocomposites Based on Syndiotactic Polystyrene (pages 417–430): O Ok Park and Mun Ho Kim

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