- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- Royal Society of Chemistry
- Diesendruck, Charles (contributions)/Craig, Stephen (contributions)/Simon, Yoan C. (contributions)/Boydston, Andrew J. (contributions)/Sijbesma, Rint (contributions)/Craig, Stephen L. (series ed.)/Weder, Christoph (series ed.)/Craig, Stephen L. (series ed.)/Weder, Christoph (series ed.)/Tang, Ben Zh
- 25 Illustrations, color; 80 Illustrations, black and white
- 239 x 160 x 18 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 454 g
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Mechanochemistry in Materials1979
With tremendous growth over the last five years, mechanochemistry has become one of the most important topics in current polymer science research. With a particular focus on polymers and soft materials, Mechanochemistry in Materials looks at the subject from the application of macroscopic forces to solid systems of macroscopic dimensions. The book has been divided according to length scale covering both experimental and theoretical considerations simultaneously. The first section of the book focuses on inspiration from nature, exploring and explaining multiple biological phenomena. The second section discusses molecular mechanochemistry, including the theoretical understanding of the transduction of mechanical force and its impact on covalent bonds cleavage and formation. The final section considers the implementation of these phenomena at the mesoscale and discusses the use of supramolecular/reversible aspects with similarities to biological systems. The book provides a unique comparison with natural systems and contains all the important achievements in the area from the last decade. Appealing to a broad range of materials scientists, working in industry and academia, this well-presented and comprehensive title will be essential reading for researchers.
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Mechanochemistry: Inspiration from Biology; Mechanophores for Chemical Function; Optical Sensing of Stress in Polymers; Materials Design Principles for Mechanochemical Transduction; Tailoring Mechanochemical Reactivity of Covalent Bonds in Polymers by Non-covalent Interactions; Mechanochemistry of Polymer Brushes; Coupling Mechanics to Chemical Reactions to Create "Materials that Compute"