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Structures and dynamicsof bulk polymers by NMR-methods

V. D Fedotov

Structures and dynamicsof bulk polymers by NMR-methods

by V. D Fedotov

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymers and polymerization -- Analysis.,
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementV.D. Fedotov, H. Schneider.
    SeriesNMR : basic principles and progress -- 21, NMR -- 21.
    ContributionsSchneider, H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD139.P6
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21342810M
    ISBN 100387501517

    Structure And Dynamics. Structure And Dynamics Of Bulk Polymers By Nmr-methods Nmr Basic Principles. Scattering is a very powerful tool to study the structure of polymers. Written by highly regarded and respected scientists in the field, this book presents the latest developments in the field of scattering in a uniform, systematic manner.

    Rheometry, 13 C CP/MAS NMR spectra and 1 H spin–lattice relaxation times T 1 and T 1ρ have been employed to study the structure and molecular dynamics in composites of polyethylene (LDPE) with calcium carbonate filler. It has been found that the addition of the filler into the polymer leads to an increase in composite rigidity and a decrease in mobility in its crystalline Cited by: We report on the investigation of cyclic and comparable linear poly(ε-caprolactone)s (PεCL) with molecular weight between 50 and 80 kg/mol with regard to chain mobility in the melt and crystallinity using low-field solid-state 1H NMR. Our results from NMR Hahn echo and more advanced multiquantum measurements demonstrate a higher segmental mobility of cyclics in Cited by:

    Request PDF | Dynamics in polymer layers investigated by NMR techniques | A large number of different NMR methods are of great usefulness in the investigation of molecular mobility in organic bulk.   A non-linear polymer is defined as a polymer containing at least one branch point (e.g. combs, ladders, stars, etc), or no chain ends at all (cycles). A typical example of a non-linear polymer is 'dendrimers', a class of highly branched polymers comprising a 3D structure emanating from a central point and a large number of chain by:


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Structure and Dynamics of Bulk Polymers by NMR-Methods (NMR Basic Principles and Progress) (NMR Basic Principles and Progress (21)) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Vladimir D. Fedotov (Author), Michael B. Jackson (Editor)Cited by: The aim of this volume is to explain simply and clearly the principles for the understanding of the NMR in solid polymers, to show what kind of information can be gained using NMR investigations of bulk polymers, and to demonstrate the ways of obtaining this information, their correctness and their place in comparison with other methods.

Book Review: Structure and dynamics of bulk polymers by NMR methods. by Vladimir D. Fedotov and Horst Schneider (Vol. 21 of NMR, Basic Principles and Progress, P. Diehl, E. Fluck, H.

Gunther, R. Kosfield, and J. Seelig, Editors). Affiliation: AA(Polymers Division National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA) Publication: Journal of. Get this from a library. Structure and dynamics of bulk polymers by NMR-methods. [V D Fedotov; H Schneider].

3 NMR Signal Shape and Polymer Structure. 51 Transverse Magnetization of Protons 51 Experiments 51 Analysis of the Experiments in Semicrystalhne Polymers 57 Nature of the Approximating Functions in the Solid State * The dynamics of polymers both in solution and the solid state With clear, accessible language, numerous experimental examples, and helpful references, A Practical Guide to Understanding the NMR of Polymers gives advanced students and researchers in polymer and analytical chemistry a comprehensive introduction to this important by: NMR has made important contributions to our understanding of structure–property relationships in polymers.

This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of NMR, with applications of multidimensional NMR and the new solution and solid-state methods in polymer science. Rapid developments in the polymers field mean that accurate and quantitative characterization of polymer structures and dynamics is the keystone for precisely regulating and controlling the physical and chemical properties of the polymer.

This book specifically focuses on NMR investigation of complex polymers for the polymer community as well. The various techniques used to analyze the microstructures of polymers are presented in this book. High resolution and solid state techniques are described, and applications to both synthetic and biological polymers are discussed in detail.

Particular emphasis is placed on the determination of polymer microstructure by NMR by: Overview of NMR of Bulk Polymers. Introduction • Configuration, Conformation • Local Structure & Dynamics • Phase Behavior • Supramolecular Organization • Conclusions • Basics.

Chain Branching. Amorphous & Crystalline Polymers. Core Shell Structures. Functional Polymeric Systems. Scattering and NMR. NMR spectroscopy is a powerful technique that has advanced our understanding of structure-property relationships in polymers.

The contributions to polymer science from NMR studies range from the molecular level characterization of polymer micro structure to the solid-state NMR analysis of polymer chain conformation and by: The highly branched regular organosilicon polymer structures (dendrimers) were examined.

A number of experimental techniques were used to study the structure and dynamics of Author: Peter Mirau. The application of organic semiconductors and bulk heterojunction (BHJ) devices in photoelectrochemical cells, electrolyte-gated field effect transistors, and neuromorphic devices involves the interface of the polymer with an electrolyte.

We report the observation of interesting features arising from bulk and interfacial properties of stable polymer/electrolyte devices from Cited by: Structure and dynamics of bulk polymers by NMR‐methods. By Fedotov and Schneider, NMR—Basic Principles and Progress Series, Springer, Heidelberg xii, pp., bound, DM.

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Multidimensional (nD) NMR spectroscopy has become a powerful and indispensable tool in elucidating the structures and dynamics of large macromolecules. This technique has routinely been used for microstructure analysis of copolymers for : MASUD MONWAR. Multidimensional NMR Methods for Elucidating Structure and Dynamics of Polymers H.

SPIESS Max-Planck-lnstitutfur Polymerforschung, Posrfach D - Mainz, Germany 1. Introduction 2. Solid-state NMR One-dimensional NMR Two-dimensional NMR 3. Specific examples Conformational effects on 13C chemical shifts Cited by: 8. In general, this POLYMER Volume 39 Number 10 Anisotropy fluctuations in R-F polymers: E.

Gasilova et al. Table 1 Parameters of the kinetics of local order fluctuations for the solutions of poly(R-M6) at 30 as determined by pulsed n.m.r. [r/] C T t l Pa l/ti &o/27r (dig I) (w/w%) (ms) (ms) (sec t) (Hz) 9 80 7 60 0 Cited by: 2.

When a measurement of polymer dynamics is made using one of a number of probes of relaxation (for example, mechanical or dielectric spectroscopy, light or neutron scattering), a maximum in the susceptibility, corresponding to maximum absorption, is observed at a frequency equivalent to that for the relevant molecular or segmental motions.

Thus, in the limit of small. Structure and dynamics of bulk polymers by nmr methods edited by v. d. fedotov and h. schneider, springer‐verlag, berlin, heidelberg, new york, pp.

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