Electropolymerization as the Method of Producing Functional Polymer Films and Coatings

L. G. Kolzunova
Russian Academy of Science, Russia

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC021000

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This book examines the possibilities of producing functional polymer films, coatings and semi-permeable membranes by the method of electrochemical initiation of polymerization (EIP) of monomers. It was demonstrated that the EIP method had a number of advantages in comparison with other generally used approaches: high rate of polymer formation on the electroconducting substrate; single-stage character of the respective technology; the possibility of controlling the composition, structure and porosity of films by varying the monomer nature and concentration, solution pH, and electrolysis conditions; the simplified method of producing composite membranes and membrane units and the process automation. The peculiarities of the mechanism and kinetics of the electrochemical synthesis of polymer films was discussed. (Imprint: Nova)

ABSTRACT

1. INTRODUCTION

2. FUNDAMENTALS OF POLYMER FILMS FORMATION ON ELECTROCONDUCTING SURFACES USING THE MONOMER EIP METHOD

3. PECULIARITIES OF EIP MECHANISM AND KINETICS

4. GENERAL REGULARITIES OF FILM FORMATION ON
ELECTRODE SURFACE

5. MONOMER COMPOSITIONS FOR EIP

6. MECHANISM AND KINETICS OF FILM FORMATION AT ELECTROCOPOLYMERIZATION OF ACRYLIC ACID, ACRYLAMIDE AND FORMALDEHYDE

7. PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL REGULARITIES OF POLYMER FILMS FORMATION AT ELECTROCOPOLYMERIZATION OF ACRYLAMIDE AND FORMALDEHYDE IN THE AQUEOUS MEDIUM

8. FORMATION OF POLYMER FILMS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF N-METHYLOLACRYLAMIDE [132]

9. PRINCIPLES OF THE POLYMER LAYER FORMATION IN THE PROCESS OF EIP [98]

10. CURRENT-VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTRODE MODIFIED BY THE POLYMER FILM [43, 133, 134]

11. IN SITU STUDY OF ELECTROPOLYMERIZATION KINETICS OF ACRYLAMIDE, FORMALDEHYDE, AND N,N’-METHYLENEBISACRYLAMIDE [136]

12. SYNTHESIS OF ULTRAFILTRATION MEMBRANES BY ELECTROCHEMICALLY INITIATED POLYMERIZATION OF ACRYLIC MONOMERS [22, 23, 141]

13. PROPERTIES OF ELECTROSYNTHESIZED ULTRAFILTRATION MEMBRANES AND FIELDS OF THEIR PRACTICAL APPLICATION
[42, 44]

14. THE OVERALL POROSITY AND PORE SIZES OF ELECTROSYNTHESIZED ULTRAFILTRATION MEMBRANES [141]

15. STRUCTURAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF ELECTROCHEMICALLY SYNTHESIZED ACRYLIC POLYMERIC FILMS [45, 140]

16. BIODEGRADATION OF THE POLYMER FILM

CONCLUSION

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