Model Networks and Functional Conetworks
SourcePolymer Science: A Comprehensive Reference, 10 Volume Set
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This chapter reviews work on perfect or model homopolymer networks and also on functional, mainly amphiphilic, but less perfect polymer conetworks. The chapter focuses on work published during the past 10 years, but references describing earlier work are also provided. Particular emphasis is given on the chemistry and the properties of the (co)networks. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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