Advanced synthetic polymers

Complex polymer modification techniques are of immense economic significance for the synthetic polymer industries and similar sectors where the usage of polymer blends is escalating exponentially, hence the requirement for the constant advancement of polymer blends and polymer composites, alloys, and laminates. In the recent decades, advanced polymer modification techniques have grown by leaps and bounds to a point of no return, hence the change in the cost/performance ratio engendered by controlling the structure of polymers. Blending dissimilar polymers, preparing composites where a matrix polymer is modified by adding fillers such as nano cellulose, nano fibers and producing multilayer structures and laminates are some of the most considerable polymer modification techniques. There should exist synergistic effects between the polymer components to attain admirable performance without compromising an acceptable low cost. In the estimated future, it is conceived that enormous progress in technologies will be accomplished for the development of superior and more well-refined grades of compatibilizers that are customized for specific applications of altered polyolefinic, styrenic, and probably select nonstyrenic block copolymers. A comprehensive control to make the resulting morphology of the blends persistently finer and better should be considered. It is expected that compatibilizers for biodegradable polymeric systems will, in all possibilities, grow extensively and will probably find applications in the medical field, in spite of environmental concerns of synthetic and nondegradable polymers.

  • Polycaprolactone electrospun nano fibers
  • Monochromophore-Based Polymer
  • Nanosystems Formed by Degradable Antibacterial Poly(Aspartic Acid)
  • Shape Memory Polymers
  • Biomedical Applications of PAMAM Dendrimers
  • Polyethersulfone/Epoxy Composites
  • Lanthanide-based supramolecular polymers
  • Nonfullerene Polymer Solar Cells
  • Hybrid Solid Polymer Electrolytes
  • Smart Polymersomes

 

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