Smart Hydrogel Functional Materials (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
381
Utgivningsdatum
2016-08-27
Upplaga
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2013
Förlag
Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
Medarbetare
XIE, RUI / Ju, Xiao-Jie
Illustrationer
131 Illustrations, color; 119 Illustrations, black and white; XVIII, 381 p. 250 illus., 131 illus. i
Dimensioner
234 x 156 x 21 mm
Vikt
558 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Paperback / softback
ISBN
9783662520826
Smart Hydrogel Functional Materials (häftad)

Smart Hydrogel Functional Materials

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Smart Hydrogel Functional Materials comprehensively and systematically describes our current understanding of smart or intelligent hydrogel functional materials with environmental stimuli-responsive functions. The contents range from hydrogels (including hydrogel-functionalized membranes) to microgels (including hydrogel-functionalized microcapsules) with various response properties, such as thermo-response, pH-response, pH-/thermo-dual-response, glucose-response, ethanol-response, ion-recognition, molecular-recognition, and so on. Most of the contents in this book represent the fresh achievements of the authors' group on smart hydrogel functional materials. While all chapters can be read as stand-alone papers, together they clearly describe the design concepts, fabrication strategies and methods, microstructures and performances of smart hydrogel functional materials. Vivid schematics and illustrations throughout the book enhance the accessibility of the theory and technologies involved. This is an ideal reference book for a broad general readership including chemists, materials researchers, chemical engineers, pharmaceutical scientists and biomedical researchers, who are interested in designing and fabricating smart hydrogel functional materials for various application purposes. Dr. Liang-Yin Chu is a professor at the School of Chemical Engineering, Sichuan University, China. He is a Distinguished Young Scholar of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and a Distinguished Professor of the "Chang Jiang Scholars Program" of the Ministry of Education of China.
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Dr. Liang-Yin CHU was promoted to a full professor of Chemical Engineering at Sichuan University in 1997 and became Director of the Sichuan Provincial Key Laboratory for Filtration and Separation in 2001. He was a research fellow at the University of Tokyo from October 1999 to September 2001, a visiting scholar at Harvard University from August 2006 to February 2007, a visiting professor at the Ecole Superieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles (ESPCI) of Paris from December 2007 to February 2008, and a visiting professor at the University of Birmingham from November to December 2011. Professor Chu has received many honors and awards including the National Natural Science Award nominated by the Ministry of Education of China (2003), Researcher of the Year 2006 in China issued by Scientific Chinese (2007), Distinguished Young Scholar issued by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (2008), and Distinguished Professor of the "Chang Jiang Scholars Program" issued by the Ministry of Education (2009), and Honorary Professor of the University of Birmingham (2012). He has authored/coauthored more than 300 papers, 21 patents, 12 book chapters and three books. He has been devoted to the investigation and development of smart hydrogel functional materials and systems since the end of the last century. Currently, Professor Chu directs a talented research group with a diverse and interdisciplinary focus on the development of new hydrogel functional materials for controlled release and separation, especially environmental stimuli-responsive smart hydrogel functional materials and systems. Dr. Rui XIE received her PhD from Sichuan University. Where she became an associate professor at Sichuan University in 2009. She is a visiting scholar at Harvard University in 2013. Her main research fields are smart hydrogel membranes and microcapsules for separation and controlled release. She has authored and coauthored 88 peer-reviewed papers and 107 scientific papers presented at academic conferences and has been awarded many honors and awards including Electee of New Century Excellent Talents in University issued by the Ministry of Education of China (2011), Top Scientist and Technologist Candidate in Sichuan Province (2011), Best Paper Award issued by the Membrane Industry Association of China (2010), Nomination Award of National Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation of China issued by the Ministry of Education and the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council (2009), the Outstanding Postgraduate Scholarship funded by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (2005) and the Best Paper Award issued by the Organizing Committee of the 1st National Academic Forum on Chemical Engineering for Ph.D. Candidates in China (2005). Dr. Xiao-Jie JU is an associate professor at Sichuan University. Her current research interests mainly focus on smart materials for controlled-release and targeting drug delivery systems, multi-stimuli-responsive microcapsule membranes for adjustable mass-transfer, and microfluidic technology for the preparation of various microparticles with complex structures. She has authored and coauthored more than 70 papers, 7 of which were highlighted as Front Cover, Back Cover or Frontispiece Papers in leading internationally important academic journals. She has been elected into the program for the New Century Excellent Talents in University supported by the Ministry of Education of the P. R. China (2012), and was awarded the National Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award of the P.R. China (2010). Dr. Wei WANG received his Ph.D. degree from Sichuan University in 2012, where he currently serves at Sichuan University as an assistant professor. He has authored and coauthored 15 peer-reviewed papers and a book chapter. His current research interests mainly focus on microfluidics, interfaces and functional hydrogel materials. He has been elected into the "Young Talents" Program at Sichuan University (2012

Innehållsförteckning

Part I Thermo-Responsive Hydrogel Functional Materials.- Structure-Function Relationship of Thermo-Responsive Hydrogels.- Preparation and Properties of Monodisperse Thermo-Responsive Microgels.- Flow and Aggregation Characteristics of Thermo-Responsive Microgels During Phase Transition.- Polyphenol-Induced Phase Transition of Thermo-Responsive Hydrogels.- Functional Membranes with Thermo-Responsive Hydrogel Gates.- Functional Microcapsules with Thermo-Responsive Hydrogel Shells.- Part II pH-Responsive Hydrogel Functional Materials.- Preparation and Properties of Monodisperse pH-Responsive Microgels.- pH-Responsive Membranes and Microcapsules for Controlled Release.- Part III Thermo-/pH-Dual-Responsive Hydrogel Functional Materials.- Thermo-/pH-Dual-Responsive Hydrogels with Rapid Response Properties.- Part IV Alcohol-Responsive Hydrogel Functional Materials.- Smart Functional Membranes with Alcohol-Responsive Characteristics.- Part V Glucose-Responsive Hydrogel Functional Materials.- Hydrogels with Rapid Response to Glucose Concentration Change at Physiological Temperature.- Glucose-Responsive Membranes and Microcapsules for Controlled Release.- Part VI Ion-Recognizable Hydrogel Functional Materials.- Preparation and Properties of Ion-Recognizable Smart Hydrogels.- Functional Microcapsules with Ion-Recognizable Properties.- Part VII Molecular-Recognizable Hydrogel Functional Materials.- Preparation and Properties of Molecular-Recognizable Smart Hydrogels.- Functional Membranes with Molecular-Recognizable Properties.