Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics: Polymer Characterization and Morphology

by | Feb 14, 2018

Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics showcases advances in polymer characterization and morphology

Polymers play a fundamental role in our daily life. They are used in a great variety of applications, from plastic tools of mass production to highly sophisticated systems for nanotechnology and biomedicine. They are therefore required to show a vast range of different properties, at macroscopic and molecular level. The understanding of structure-property relations and advanced characterization techniques are fundamental for the development of polymeric materials with specific properties.

Driven by this need, Prof. Shinji Ando, Prof. Ophelia Tsui and Dr. Miriam Unterlass guest-edited a special issue for Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics on polymer characterization and morphology.

Left to right: Dr. Miriam Unterlass, Prof. Ophelia Tsui and Prof. Shinji Ando.

“The issue features excellent contributions showcasing novel and sophisticated polymer characterization techniques that allow for further understanding of long-standing problems in polymer physics as well as recent developments of novel polymer materials” write the guest-editors.

The issue is a great collection of contributions from highly respected scientists from the world.

We are proud to present the Polymer Characterization and Morphology issue to the readership and hope our readers will find the contributions inspiring for their future work.

Enjoy the reading!

Access HERE the special issue Polymer Characterization and Morphology

 

Selected articles are available for free until August 31, 2018:

 

Polymer Characterization and Morphology

by Miriam M. Unterlass, Shinji Ando and Ophelia K.C. Tsui

Rheological Study of Soft Matters: A Review of Microrheology and Microrheometers

by Wei Liu and Chi Wu

The Deconstruction of Supramolecular Structures Based on Modular Precise Macromolecules

by Chih-Hao Hsu and Stephen Z. D. Cheng

21st Century Advances in Fluorescence Techniques to Characterize Glass-Forming Polymers at the Nanoscale

by Mary J. Burroughs, Dane Christie, Laura A. G. Gray, Mithun Chowdhury and Rodney D. Priestley

Controlling Polymer Crystallization Kinetics by Sample History

By Purushottam Poudel, Sivasurender Chandran, Sumit Majumder and Günter Reiter

 

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