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|Contributions||Roger De Jaeger (Editor), Mario Gleria (Editor), R. De Jaeger (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||1047|
Both cyclic and polymeric phosphazenes were described in this book, starting from the most representative and effective synthetic strategies used for their preparation, touching theoretical and Format: Hardcover.
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The sol–gel synthesis of hybrid materials based on poly[bis((methoxyethoxy)ethoxy)phosphazene] (MEEP) and silica has been reported. MEEP bears ethylene oxide oligomers as phosphorus side.
Both cyclic and polymeric phosphazenes were described in this book, starting from the most representative and effective synthetic strategies used for their preparation, touching theoretical and. Book Stewart, Frederick F. Phosphazene chemistry continues to expand in its breadth and application. This article discusses new research published in covering mono- and dimeric structures, cyclotriphosphazenes, linear polymers, and the use of phosphazenic.
Book Stewart, Frederick F. The unique chemistry of phosphazenes continues to be developed. A phosphazene, which is defined as a P(V) and N structure with these atoms attached to each other by.
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The text provides a comprehensive overview of the current literature and. SILICONES AND PHOSPHAZENES Silicones and phosphazenes are examples of inorganic Polymers. Inorganic elements can have different valencies Than carbon and therefore different numbers of side File Size: KB.
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About this book. Guanidines, amidines and phosphazenes have been attracting attention in organic synthesis due to their potential functionality resulting from their extremely strong basicity.
This review covers the literature over the period January –December The phosphazene chemistry is discussed in three sections. Section 1 (Linear phosphazenes) corresponds to the λ5. Synthesis. The method of synthesis depends on the type of polyphosphazene. The most widely used method for linear polymers is based on a two-step process.
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