PATHWAYS TO MODERN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

PATHWAYS TO MODERN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY


Author:
Rainer Wolf & Gennady E. Zaikov
Published in: Apple Academic Press
Release Year: 2017
ISBN: 978-1-77188-323-8
Pages: 428
Edition: First Edition
File Size: 30 MB
File Type: pdf
Language: English



DESCRIPTION OF PATHWAYS TO MODERN

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

PATHWAYS TO MODERN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY book focuses on the recent trends in the chemistry and physics of materials for micro- and nanotechnologies. This valuable volume covers the occurrence, synthesis, isolation, production, properties, applications, and modification, as well as the relevant analysis techniques to reveal the structures and properties of different materials.
PATHWAYS TO MODERN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY volume is intended as a reference for basic and practical knowledge about the synthesis, characterization, and application of materials in micro-and nanoscale for students, engineers, and researchers. 
PATHWAYS TO MODERN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY book also centers on the production of selected types of nanofibers and their applications, including nanocomposites.
A combined theoretical and technical approach is utilized to illuminate the concept of advanced materials for diverse applications.

CONTENT OF PATHWAYS TO MODERN

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY


Part I: Polymer Science ..............................................................................1
1. Effect of a Primary Aromatic Amine on Properties
and Structure of HDPE ..................................................................................3
R. Ja. Aberdeen, V. V. Kurnosov, Je. A. Sergeeva, and O. V. Stoyanov
2. Critical Conversion of Crosslinked Epoxyamine Polymers......................17
T. R. Deberdeev, V. I. Irzhak, R. Ya. Aberdeen, and O. V. Stoyanov
3. Deformation Electromagnetic Anisotropy of Various
The physical States of Highly Cross-Linked Polymers.....................................33
N. V. Ulitin, T. R. Deberdeev, R. Ya. Aberdeen, L. F. Nasibullina, and A. A. Berlin
4. Polysulfide Oligomer Solidification Process ...............................................43
V. S. Minkin, Yu. N. Khakimullin, A. A. Idiyatova, Yu. V. Minkin, and R. Ya. Aberdeen
5. Solidification of Polysulfide Hermetics........................................................51
Yu. N. Khakimullin, R. R. Valyaev, L. Yu. Gubaidulina, V. S. Minkin,
О. V. Oshchepkov, A. G. Liakumovich, and R. Ya. Aberdeen
6. The Improvement of Adhesion Parameters of
Neoprene-Based Adhesive Compositions....................................................63
V. F. Kablov, N. A. Keybal, S. N. Bondarenko, and K. U. Rudenko
7. Ultrasound Effect on the Joint Processing of
Different Chemical Polymers.......................................................................71
I. A. Kirsh, T. I. Chalykh, and D. A. Pomogova
8. Electrical Transport Properties of Poly(aniline-co-N-phenylaniline)
Copolymers....................................................................................................81
A. D. Borkar
Part II: Textile Engineering .....................................................................93
9. Carbon Nanotubes: Update and New Pathways........................................95
F. Raeisi, S. Poreskandar, Sh. Maghsoodlou, and A. K. Haghi
10. Pathways in Producing Electrospun Nanofibers......................................151
S. Poreskandar, F. Raeisi, Sh. Maghsoodlou, and A. K. Haghi
11. A Detailed Review and Update on Nanofibers Production and
Applications.................................................................................................179
S. Poreskandar, F. Raeisi, Sh. Maghsoodlou, and A. K. Haghi
12. Fiber Formation During Electrospinning Process:
An Engineering Insight...............................................................................223
S. Poreskandar, F. Raeisi, Sh. Maghsoodlou, and A. K. Haghi
13. Characteristics of Film and Nonwoven Fiber Materials Prepared
from Polyurethane and Styrene Acrylonitrile ..........................................239
S. G. Karpova, Yu. A. Naumova, L. P. Lyusova, and A. A. Popov
Part III: Chemical Engineering Science ...............................................257
14. Generalized Kinetic of Biodegradation.....................................................259
G. E. Zaikov, K. Z. Gumargalieva, I. G. Kalinina, M. I. Artsis, and L. A. Zimina
15. The reaction of Telomerization of Ethylene and Trichloracetic
Acid Ethyl Ester ..........................................................................................275
Nodar Chkhubianishvili, and Lali Kristesashvili
16. Synthesis and Spectral-Fluorescent Study of Protein Coatings on
Magnetic Nanoparticles Using Carbocyanine Dyes.................................289
P. G. Pronkin, A. V. Bychkova, O. N. Sorokina, A. S. Nikolov, A. L. Kovarskii,
and M. A. Rosenfeld
17. Structure of Multilayer Thermal Shrink Films for Packaging...............309
R. M. Garipov, V. N. Serova, A. I. Zagidullin, A. I. Khasanov, and A. A Efremova
18. Molecular Nitrogen Fixation with Hydroperoxyl Radicals:
A Theoretical and Quantum Chemical Study ..........................................319
A. A. Ijagbuji, E. V. Poshtarёva, A. N. Reisser, V. V. Schwarzkopf, T. C. Philips,
M. B. Jefferey, W. W. McCarthy, and I. I. Zakharov
19. Synthesis, Structure of New Phosphoryl Methyl Derivative
Aminoacids and Their Membrane Transport Properties
Related to Alkali Metals .............................................................................341
Sergey Alekseevich Koshkin, Airat Rizvanovich Garifzyanov,
Natalia Viktorovna Davletshina, Rustam Rifkhatovich Davletshin,
Oleg Vladislavovich Stoyanov, and Rafael Askhatovich Cherkasov

20. Thermodynamic Aspects of the Changes in the Electrical
The conductivity of Polyethylene Filled Carbon Black..................................355
Ninel N. Komova, Dimitry I. Zibin, and Gennady E. Zaikov
21. Entropic and Spatial-Energy Interactions................................................371
G. А. Korablev, V. I. Kodolov, and G. E. Zaikov
Index.............................................................................................................393
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