Inorganic and organometallic polymers by Ronald D. Archer

By Ronald D. Archer

A balanced and concise insurance of inorganic polymers

Inorganic polymers include parts except carbon as a part of their important spine constitution and are identified to express quite a lot of composition and constitution. Emphasizing actual homes, chemical synthesis, and characterization of inorganic polymers, Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers offers priceless and informative insurance of the field.

With various examples of real-world functional purposes and end-of-chapter workouts, Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers is acceptable to be used as a textual content in detailed issues in natural and polymer chemistry classes. The e-book positive aspects priceless sections on:

  • Classification schemes for inorganic polymers
  • Synthesis of inorganic polymers, together with step-growth syntheses, chain polymerizations, ring-opening polymerizations, and reductive coupling reactions
  • Practical inorganic polymer chemistry issues akin to polymer elastomers, dental and clinical polymers, lubricants, lithographic resists, pre-ceramics, and more

Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers is a worthwhile one-volume creation for pro and scholar inorganic chemists, polymer chemists, and fabrics scientists.

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1). Although inert species provide the most stable polymers, inert species do not react well with bridging ligands unless special circumstances exist. Oxidation-reduction reactions can overcome this sluggishness. Alternatively, labile (noninert) metal centers can be used in such syntheses, but increased chelation is normally required to provide stability for such polymers. These aspects are important in providing polymers that are more than short oligomers on dissolution in a suitable solvent. Several methods are possible for removing the water that is formed in step condensation polymerizations-such as the esterification that is shown schematically in Eq.

22. The simplest poly(ferrocene) (Fig. 23a) is difficult to prepare with high molecular weights, and the maximum is usually under 5000, unlike the poly(dimethylsilaferrocene) shown above (Fig. 4d). 3). 23 provide only modest molecular weights. The wide variety of polymers that have been synthesized should be evident from the species shown. Note that either the polyphosphineoxide or polyphosphinesulfide derivative (Fig. 23b,c) can be prepared, but the reaction is not as clean as given. Some of the ferrocene is cleaved, and cycloalkyl-bridged units are also a part of the polymer.

Pittman et al. (3) use this classification for polymeric species containing metal atoms in their backbones — one category of metal-containing polymers in the next section. Here we will use the dimensionality for all types of inorganic polymers. 1 1-D Polymeric Structures A linear chain polymer is categorized as a one-dimensional (1-D) polymer even though it may have twists and turns in the “linear” chain. Simple polymer chains in which all of the atoms in the chain have a connectivity of 2 are classed as 1-D polymers.

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