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Title Self-healing polymers [electronic resource] : from principles to applications / edited by Wolfgang H. Binder.
Publication Info. Weinheim, Germany : Wiley-VCH, c2013.
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Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover; Related Titles; Title page; Copyright page; List of Contributors; Introduction; Part One: Design of Self-Healing Materials; 1: Principles of Self-Healing Polymers; 1.1 Introductory Remarks; 1.2 General Concept for the Design and Classification of Self-Healing Materials; 1.3 Physical Principles of Self-Healing; 1.4 Chemical Principles of Self-Healing; 1.5 Multiple versus One-Time Self-Healing; 1.6 Resume and Outlook; Acknowledgments; 2: Self-Healing in Plants as Bio-Inspiration for Self-Repairing Polymers; 2.1 Self-Sealing and Self-Healing in Plants: A Short Overview
2.2 Selected Self-Sealing and Self-Healing Processes in Plants as Role Models for Bio-Inspired Materials with Self-Repairing Properties2.3 Bio-Inspired Approaches for the Development of Self-Repairing Materials and Structures; 2.4 Bio-Inspired Self-Healing Materials: Outlook; Acknowledgments; 3: Modeling Self-Healing Processes in Polymers: From Nanogels to Nanoparticle-Filled Microcapsules; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Designing Self-Healing Dual Cross-Linked Nanogel Networks; 3.3 Designing "Artificial Leukocytes" That Help Heal Damaged Surfaces via the Targeted Delivery of Nanoparticles to Cracks
3.4 ConclusionsPart Two: Polymer Dynamics; 4: Structure and Dynamics of Polymer Chains; 4.1 Foreword; 4.2 Techniques; 4.3 Structure; 4.4 Dynamics; 4.5 Application to Self-Healing; 4.6 Conclusions and Outlook; 5: Physical Chemistry of Cross-Linking Processes in Self-Healing Materials; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Thermodynamics of Gelation; 5.3 Viscoelastic Properties of the Sol-Gel Transition; 5.4 Phase Separation and Gelation; 5.5 Conclusions; 6: Thermally Remendable Polymers; 6.1 Principles of Thermal Healing; 6.2 Inorganic-Organic Systems; 6.3 Efficiency, Assessment of Healing Performance
6.4 ConclusionsAcknowledgments; 7: Photochemically Remendable Polymers; 7.1 Background; 7.2 Molecular Design; 7.3 Reversible Photo-Crosslinking Behaviors; 7.4 Evaluation of Photo-Remendability; 7.5 Concluding Remarks; Acknowledgments; 8: Mechanophores for Self-Healing Applications; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Mechanochemical Damage; 8.3 Activation of Mechanophores; 8.4 Mechanochemical Self-Healing Strategies; 8.5 Conclusions and Outlook; 9: Chemistry of Crosslinking Processes for Self-Healing Polymers; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Extrinsic Self-Healing Materials; 9.3 Intrinsic Self-Healing Materials
9.4 Concluding Remarks and Future Outlook10: Preparation of Nanocapsules and Core-Shell Nanofibers for Extrinsic Self-Healing Materials; 10.1 Selected Preparation Methods for the Encapsulation of Self-Healing Agents; 10.2 Mechanically Induced Self-Healing; 10.3 Stimuli-Responsive Self-Healing Materials; 10.4 Novel Approaches and Perspectives; Part Three: Supramolecular Systems; 11: Self-Healing Polymers via Supramolecular, Hydrogen-Bonded Networks; 11.1 Introduction; 11.2 Dynamics of Hydrogen Bonds in Solution; 11.3 Supramolecular Gels; 11.4 Self-Healing Bulk Materials; 11.5 Conclusions
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Polymerization.
Self-assembly (Chemistry)
Added Author Binder, Wolfgang (Wolfgang H.)
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