Aromatic Polyethers Based on Heterocyclic Monomers

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Alexander L. Rusanov (Author) – Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Nataliya M. Belomoina (Author) – Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications

Poly(arylene ethers) (PAEs) represent an important class of condensation polymers, which were used as a basis for obtaining a number of commercial thermoplasts possessing high performance characteristics. The main method used for the synthesis of PAEs is based on the polycondensation of alkali-metal bisphenolates with activated electrophilic monomers such as arylene dinitro compounds and arylene dihalide compounds. These processes belong to reactions of the nucleophilic aromatic polysubstitution type (SNAr2), involving etherification as the polymer forming process. This book presents and reviews research on aromatic polyethers.

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I. INTRODUCTION, pp. 1-2

II. ACTIVATED ELECTROPHILIC AROMATIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING AROMATIC HETEROCYCLES, pp. 3-30

III. POLY(ARYLENE ETHERS) CONTAINING AROMATIC HETEROCYCLES BASED ON ACTIVATED ELECTROPHILIC MONOMERS, pp. 31-74

IV. BISPHENOLS CONTAINING HETEROCYCLIC GROUPS, pp. 75-102

V. AROMATIC POLYETHERS BASED ON BISPHENOLS CONTAINING AROMATIC HETEROCYCLES, pp. 103-144

VI. POLY(ARYLENE ETHERS) CONTAINING HETEROCYCLIC UNITS PREPARED USING A-B TYPE MONOMERS, PP. 145-152

VII. CONCLUSIONS, p. 153

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