Solvents and Self-organization of Polymers
Stephen E. Webber, Petr Munk, Zdenek Tuzar
Kluwer, Jan 1, 1996 - Science - 509 pages
Solvents and Self-Organization of Polymers brings together scientists who are experts in macromolecular synthesis, the physical chemistry and the physics of polymer self-organization. The book also contains experimental results and methods, analytical theory and computer simulations. While the work concentrates on problems of basic science, such practical applications as pharmacology are not excluded. The broad cross-fertilization between these areas makes the book a fascinating and masterly survey of the area.
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Syntheses Colloidal Properties
Mkelhzation of Ionic Block Copolymers in Three Dimensions
Micellization of Block Copolymers in Two Dimensions
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acceptor acid adsorbed adsorption aggregation number amphiphilic aqueous solution behavior block copolymer micelles block ionomers block length calculated Chem cluster collapse Colloid composition conjugates counterions curve decrease density dependence detector diblock dilute dioxane distribution donor drug dynamic light scattering dynamics electrostatic entropy equation equilibrium experimental Figure fluorescence free energy function graft copolymers grafted hydrophobic increase intensity interactions interface ionic block ionomers kinetics lattice layer light scattering liposomes Macromolecules Makromol measured micellar core micellar solution micelle formation mixture molecular weight molecules monomer nanoparticles naphthalene parameter particles phase separation Phys polydispersity polyelectrolyte polyions polymer polymer chain polymer concentration polymeric micelles polystyrene quenching radius ratio regime sample SAXS segment selective solvent self-assembly shell shows simulations solubilizate solubilization solvent spheres spherical structure surface surfactants synchrotron temperature terpolymers thermodynamic transition triblock Tuzar unimers values viscosity volume fraction Webber x-ray scattering