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Title Silicon-based inorganic polymers / Roger De Jaeger and Mario Gleria, editors.
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2008.


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Description 1 online resource (506 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Subject Silicon polymers.
Inorganic polymers.
Contents SILICON-BASED INORGANICPOLYMERS; NOTICE TO THE READER; CONTENTS; PREFACE; GENERAL REVIEW ON POLYSILOXANE SYNTHESIS; ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTION; THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF THE SILOXANE BOND; REACTIVITY OF THE SILOXANE BOND; PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS; Thermal and Chemical Stability; Elastomeric Properties; Surface Properties; Dielectric Properties; Biocompatibility; High Technology Applications; Functional Silanes -- Precursors to Polysiloxanes; Industrial Synthesis of Polysiloxanes; POLYSILOXANES BY POLYCONDENSATION ROUTES; Hydrolytic Polycondensation of Chlorosilanes.
Hydrolytic Polycondensation of AlkoxysilanesHomofunctional Polycondensation of Silanols; Heterofunctional Condensation Involving Silanol Groups; Non-Hydrolytic Ways of Siloxane Synthesis; Electrochemical Synthesis of Oligosiloxanes; Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclosiloxanes; Non-Equilibrium (Kinetically Controlled) ROP of Cyclosiloxanes; Anionic Ring Opening Polymerization of Cyclosiloxanes; Cationic Ring Opening Polymerization of Cyclosiloxanes; Other Methods of Polymerization of Cyclosiloxanes; Siloxane Functional Polymers and Copolymers.
Three-Dimensional Polysiloxane Architectures: Silsesquioxanes, Hyperbranched Polymers and DendrimersCLOSING REMARKS; REFERENCES; SILICONES IN INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; Nomenclature; Physicochemical Properties; 2. CHARACTERIZATION OF SILICONES; Common Methods Applied to the Analysis of Silicones; Application Specific Methods for the Analysis of Silicones; 3. SILICONE IN THE FOOD INDUSTRIES; Polydimethylsiloxanes as Surface-Active Ingredients in Antifoams; Food and Beverage; Silicone Lubricating Oil in Food Processing; 4. SILICONES IN THE PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY.
Antifoam in the Pulp-Washing Process or Brownstock WashingSilicone Finishes in Tissue Converting; 5. SILICONES IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRIES; Silicones in Fiber Production; Silicone as Fabric Softeners; Silicones as Process Aids; Silicones as Hydrophobic Agents; Silicones in Fabric Coatings; 6. SILICONES IN HOUSEHOLD CLEANING APPLICATIONS; Silicones as Foam Control Agents; Silicones for Delivering Fabric Care Benefits; 7. SILICONES IN COATINGS; Silicones as Performance-Enhancing Additives; Silicone Resins and Resin Intermediates in Weather-Resistant Paints.
Silicone Resins in High Temperature PaintsSilicones for Marine Fouling Release Coatings; 8. SILICONES IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY; Adhesion; Durability; Applications; 9. SILICONE RELEASE COATINGS FOR THE PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVE INDUSTRY; Silicone Release Characteristics; Factors to Consider for Silicone Release Coatings; Cure Chemistry; Greater Use of Plastic Release Liners; 10. SILICONES AS MOLD-MAKING ELASTOMERS; Process Description; Mold-Making Elastomers; Two-Part Silicone Mold-Making Elastomers; The Art of Mold Making with Two-Part Silicone Elastomers; Application Fields.
Other Author Jaeger, Roger De.
Gleria, Mario.
Other Title Print version: Silicon-based inorganic polymers. New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2008