7 edition of Responsive gels found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||editor, K. Dušek.|
|Series||Advances in polymer science ;, 109-110|
|LC Classifications||QD281.P6 F6 no. 109-110, QD549.2.P64 F6 no. 109-110|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||3540567917, 0387567917, 3540569707, 0387569707|
|LC Control Number||93208244|
Shunsuke Hirotsu "Coexistence of Phases and the Nature of First-Order Transition in Poly-N-isopropylacrylamide Gels," Masayuki Tokita "Friction between Polymer Networks of Gels and Solvent," Masahiro Irie "Stimuli-Responsive Poly(N-isopropyl- acrylamide), Photo- and Chemicals-Induced Phases Transitions Edward Cussler, Karen Wang, John Burban"Hydrogels as Separation Pages: (Definitions of terms relating to the structure and processing of sols, gels, networks, and inorganic-organic hybrid materials (IUPAC Recommendations )) on page Cite as: IUPAC. Compendium of Chemical Terminology, 2nd ed. (the "Gold Book").
Some gels are very robust and can survive a lot of stress. Often when a responsive gel responds to a stimulus it breaks down so it is no longer a gel you can do anything with. ‘That’s useful in itself, but you don’t always want that,’ says David Smith whose team at the University of York have developed the new responsive and robust gel. Nano Design for Smart Gels addresses the formation and application of technological gels and how nanostructural prospects are fundamental to gelling. Topics focus on the classification of gels based on small molecules and polymer gellers, biogels, stimulation conditions, topological, thermodynamic and kinetic aspects and characterization techniques.
Gels are materials composed of a three-dimensional crosslinked polymer or colloidal network immersed in a fluid. Hydrogels are gels that contain more than 90% of water. Of recent years, many hydrogel-based networks were designed and tailored to . Reading book doesn't indicate to bring the printed Gels Handbook: Fundamentals, Properties And Applications (In 3 Volumes), By Utkan Demirci Established technology has actually enabled you to read only the soft file of guide Gels Handbook: Fundamentals, Properties And Applications (In 3 Volumes), By Utkan Demirci It is same.
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Mechanically Responsive Materials for Soft Robotics offers an authoritative guide to the current state of mechanically responsive materials for the development of soft robotics. With contributions from an international panel of experts, the book examines existing mechanically responsive materials such as crystals, polymers, gels, and composites.
Shunsuke Hirotsu "Coexistence of Phases and the Nature of First-Order Transition in Poly-N-isopropylacrylamide Gels," Masayuki Tokita "Friction between Polymer Networks of Gels and Solvent," Masahiro Irie "Stimuli-Responsive Poly(N-isopropyl- acrylamide), Photo- and Chemicals-Induced Phases Transitions Edward Cussler, Karen Wang, John Burban"Hydrogels as Separation Agents," Stevin Format: Hardcover.
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Toyiochi Tanaka, Mitsuhiro Shibayama, Phase Transitions. Gels Handbook also contains an appendix, complete references, and data on gel compounds. Recently, polymer gels have attracted many scientific researchers, medical doctors, and pharmaceutical, chemical, and agricultural engineers to Responsive gels book rapidly growing field.
Gels are considered to be one of the most promising materials in the 21st Century. Stimuli-Responsive Gels. Dirk Kuckling (Ed.) Pages: Published: September (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Stimuli-Responsive Gels that was published in Gels) Your book will be printed and delivered directly from one of three print stations, allowing you to profit from economic shipping to any country in the.
Part of the Advances in Polymer Science book series permeability and applications of environmentally responsive gels. Stevin H. Gehrke. Pages Polymer gel phase transition in condensation-decondensation of secretory products.
Pedro Verdugo. Pages Novel applications for stimulus-sensitive polymer gels in the preparation of. This important book: Explores recent developments in the use of soft smart materials in robotic systems -Covers the full scope of mechanically responsive materials: polymers, crystals, gels, and nanocomposites -Deals with an interdisciplinary topic of advanced smart materials research -Contains extensive descriptions of current and future Author: Hideko Koshima.
These gels are either composite gels or networks swollen by a liquid that can change its dielectric properties drastically under an external field. These kind of gels are known as energy-driven responsive gels because the network chains deform as a result of strong energetic by: 3.
Synthesis, equilibrium swelling, kinetics, permeability and applications of environmentally responsive gels.- Polymer gel phase transition in condensation-decondensation of secretory products.- Novel applications for stimulus-sensitive polymer gels in the preparation of functional immobilized biocatalysts In a number of reviews, the most recent findings on “Stimuli-Responsive Gels” are compiled in this book, also supplemented by original contributions.
Thermo-responsive gelling materials constructed from natural and synthetic polymers can be used to provide triggered action and therefore are employed in customized products such as drug Cited by: 2. Biologically-inspired responsive materials and hydrogels Biomimetic polymer gels Responsive Membranes and Materials provides a cutting-edge resource for researchers and scientists in membrane science and technology, as well as specialists in separations, biomaterials, bionanotechnology, drug delivery, polymers, and functional materials.
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Kasi,*ab Seong-Cheol Kim,a Nitin Sharmaa and Yuxiang Zhoub Received 18th September. Responsive Gels: Volume Transitions I. Editors; K. Dušek; Book. Citations; Search within book. Front Matter. PDF. Volume phase transition and related phenomena of polymer gels.
Mitsuhiro Shibayama, Toyoichi Tanaka. Pages Theory of phase transition in polymer gels. Akira Onuki. Pages Conformational transitions in polymer.
Shunsuke Hirotsu "Coexistence of Phases and the Nature of First-Order Transition in Poly-N-isopropylacrylamide Gels", Masayuki Tokita "Friction between Polymer Networks of Gels and Solvent", Masahiro Irie "Stimuli-Responsive Poly(N-isopropyl- acrylamide), Photo- and Chemicals-Induced Phases Transitions Edward Cussler, Karen Wang, John Burban Brand: J H Burban; K Dusek; E L Cussler.
Thermoresponsive Gels. Joan T aylor *, Paul T omlins and T arsem S. Sahota. often responsive with a UCST and thus ﬁt within the current remit, having the possibility of biomedical. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Stimuli-responsive polymer gels have received considerable attention due to their singular mechanical properties, which make them materials of choice for niche applications. Polymer gels comprising either physical or chemical cross-links can undergo controlled and reversible shape changes in response to an applied field.
The stimulus or external field applied may include thermal, electrical. In this contribution we present a formalism to describe the spatio-temporalevolution of a responsive gel submitted to some autocatalytic chemical reaction. This theory is based on an hydrodynamical multi-diffusional approach of a gel, which is plunged in a chemically active mixture.
Emergent volume self-oscillation dynamics of the gel result from the nonlinear coupling of the elastic Cited by: 1. Back to Objects, Textiles, Paintings, or Book & Paper Gels, Thickeners, and Viscosity Modifiers The use of these materials in conservation spans disciplines.
This is intended to be a cross-disciplinary starting bibliography for those seeking a brief overview of important conservation materials.Responsive gel materials can actively respond to environmental stimuli and regulate their physical/chemical properties, thus becoming critically important for a range of technological applications.
CPGs are found to be a promising “host” material for the development of responsive gels with excellent conductive properties. The interconnected Cited by: A gel is a semi-solid that can have properties ranging from soft and weak to hard and tough.
Gels are defined as a substantially dilute cross-linked system, which exhibits no flow when in the steady-state. By weight, gels are mostly liquid, yet they behave like solids due to .